Tag Archives | Group Insurance

Case Study – Unsuccessful Job Applications and their Impact on TPD

In the case of Birdsall v Motor Trades Association of Australia Superannuation Fund Pty Ltd and MetLife Insurance Limited, the Supreme Court of New South Wales delivered a judgment which considered, among other things, whether an insured’s unsuccessful job applications demonstrated Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) under a group life insurance policy. TurksLegal Senior Associate, […]

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Case Study – Ward v MetLife

In this legal case, the plaintiff sued his insurer after his group salary continuance claim was discontinued because he was deemed to be no longer disabled. The case highlights the difficulties insurers and the courts can experience when dealing with mental health claims. At a Glance Source: Judges’ decision notes, with commentary by Terry Ward, claimant Topics covered: mental […]

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Case Study – 30 Year Old Stroke Victim

This claims case study is told from the point of view of the customer, Sam Benjamin. His wife, Erin, suffered a stroke shortly after her 30th birthday. Sam and Erin did not have a financial adviser, and Sam was left to manage the claim process alone, while dealing with the emotional stress of nearly losing […]

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Insurance How To – Submitting a Group Insurance Claim

In this Insurance How To, Donna Selby, from specialist insurance administration firm, Australian Group Insurance, shares with advisers her firm’s experience in how to best manage a client through a group insurance claim process, for an optimal outcome for both the claimant and the adviser… At a glance Provided by: Donna Selby Company: Australian Group […]

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