What is a TPD claim?

2 min. readlast update: 11.09.2023

A TPD claim, or Total and Permanent Disability claim, is a type of insurance claim you can make if you're unable to work due to a severe injury or illness. This claim is typically linked to your superannuation fund and is designed to provide financial support if you're found to be permanently unfit for your usual occupation or any other suitable work based on your education, training, or experience.

The specifics of a TPD claim, such as the criteria for eligibility and the benefit amount, can vary depending on the terms of your superannuation fund and the associated insurance policy. Reviewing your policy details or consulting with a claim specialist to understand your entitlements and the claim process is essential.

Remember, Claimfinder is here to guide you through the complexities of TPD claims, connecting you with experts who can assist you every step of the way. 

Contact us today to connect with specialists who can find out if you have a claim and how much it could be worth.

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