Tag Archives | TPD inside superannuation

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 – Why I Became An Adviser

Risk Management, Estate Planning & Business Succession Specialist, Mark Everingham, watched his family struggle financially after his father suffered a heart attack. The experience would have a significant impact on Mark’s future career path, as he shares here…

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Case Study – Powerful Client Letter

This letter was sent to the adviser by the mother of a 27 year old man, diagnosed with cancer. It demonstrates the value that advisers deliver every day to individuals faced with genuine hardship. As the adviser points out, successful client relationships and client outcomes are at the centre of what advisers do, and technical […]

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Case Study – Any Occupation TPD

In this claims case study, the adviser tells how she stepped in to help the client receive the TPD benefit they were entitled to through an industry super fund. It highlights the complexity of claims for group insurance inside superannuation, particularly when looking at the ‘any’ versus ‘own’ occupation definition. At a glance Provided by: […]

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