Amputation TPD Claims in Australia

Amputation TPD claims are possible if you had insurance through your super policy

Help is available when adjusting to life after an amputation

Living with an amputated limb can include terrible symptoms, medical appointments, medication and the stress of having a serious illness. The pain, phantom limbs, and pain medication side effects may make it hard to do your job consistently.

If you cannot work due to illness or injury, you may be eligible for a lump sum insurance payout. Super Claims Assist is ready to help with your amputation TPD Claim, to ensure you have financial payments coming in to keep life moving while you are recovering. 

What to do if you can’t work after an amputation?

Discuss your situation with people that understand how to get the money you are entitled to. Super Claims Assist can check to see if you have insurance money hidden in your super policy and explore other possible ways to get you help. There is no fee to check your insurance entitlements.

Amputation TPD Claims can give a financial boost

Amputation TPD claims from super policies have helped Australians like you get a financial cushion while managing their symptoms and treatments. The recovery after an amputation may require you to leave work for weeks or more, making your financial situation difficult.

90% of Australians have this insurance hidden inside their super fund. Your policy was paid for while you were working as part of your superannuation. The lump sum payment from a successful insurance claim can allow you to get the help you need to improve your quality of life. This financial support enables you to focus on your health and get the support you need.

If you have been rejected from Centrelink or the NDIS, make sure you have a talk to us today about your options surrounding TPD insurance from your Super Fund. TPD is Total and Permanent Disability insurance which can make a huge difference to your financial freedom when living with an amputation. 

We help win Amputation TPD claims in Australia

Getting the lump sum has been a massive help now that I can no longer do my old job.


I didn’t know my super fund had TPD insurance until a friend saw Super Claims Assist’s Facebook post. So glad he did!


I’d never heard of TPD insurance but it’s been so helpful to get that financial buffer after losing my arm.


Super insurance claims are tough to win on your own

It’s possible to qualify for both TPD insurance and Disability Support Pensions! You may be eligible for a TPD insurance lump sum or Disability Support Pension through Centrelink, with the right help. The insurance companies often make it tough to claim and many claims are rejected in Australia. We understand the games they play and can help you to get your full insurance lump sum payout. 

You can successfully claim your insurance money with the right medical evidence and support. We know all the steps to make the process as quick and simple as possible. All of the required details can be collected on the phone.

Do people with amputations successfully claim TPD from their super?

Yes! Amputation recovery can make it challenging to work in the job you are qualified for. An inability to work summarizes the standard that must be proved to win an insurance claim. Successful TPD claims have been won against many different super policies for Amputation. 

Checking your super policy for this insurance can be a nice boost to help you get back on track. Unfortunately, most who try to claim without help are rejected.

How long does it take to claim superannuation TPD insurance for Amputation? 

When the initial investigation begins on your claim, it takes our team an average of 9-12 months to complete.

Without the help of an expert, the average time it takes to process a claim is 12-18 months. This number considers several things but especially the common reputation of insurance companies. These companies often reject valid claims and stall the process.

Two main problems occur when individuals try to submit their Amputation claim on their own. First, many don’t know where to begin and often end up never submitting their claim. Second, many often get overwhelmed with the steps needed to win a claim, which leads to a longer process or a rejection.

Our team are experts at working against the insurance companies’ tactics and can help speed you through the process in the most straightforward way possible.

Claim your TPD insurance from your super policy

Find out if your super policy had TPD insurance that can help you after an amputation. Most Australian super policies included TPD cover but there are requirements to claim.

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