Total Permanent Disability (TPD) / Superannuation Claims

If you are a member of a superannuation fund and suffer injury or illness which prevents you from working, you may be able to claim total permanent disability (TPD) under a policy of insurance.

TPD will be defined in your super funds trust deed, but definitions vary from deed to deed.

Unfortunately this area of the Law can be complex and difficult to understand. Quite often claims are rejected.

This is where Taylor & Scott can help.

Our expert team is led by Ray McClenahan (Partner & Accredited Specialist) and Michelle Meigan (Associate of the Firm). Combined they have over 40 years of experience acting for injured workers.


We will provide you with a Free Case Assessment. If we believe your claim has merit and you allow us to assist you, we will then:

  • Examine the trust deed;
  • Gather medical evidence in support of your claim;
  • Negotiate with the super fund or their insurer on your behalf;
  • Litigate your claim only as a last resort.
  • Keep you fully informed every step of the way.

All work will be carried out on a no-win/no-pay basis which means that if you don’t win, we don’t get paid.

This is our “Guarantee” to you.

So no matter where you live in NSW, contact the experts on 1800 600 664 or complete the Contact Form on this page.

At Taylor And Scott ‘ We Care For You’