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GC Law can provide expert legal advice relating to any insurance or superannuation compensation claim arising out of:

If you are unable to work due to injury or illness, GC Law can provide you with advice in relation to your entitlement to a total and permanent disability claim (TPD). Most people don't know that they often have insurance linked to their superannuation policy. A TPD benefit may be paid in addition to other compensation rights that you may have.

You may be able to claim for superannuation insurance disability payments or superannuation income protection if you have suffered an injury or illness that has prevented you from working for an extended period of time. It doesn't matter how you were injured - many people receiving workers' compensation (WorkCover) or motor vehicle injury compensation may be entitled to claim.

Claiming superannuation insurance benefits is not always straight forward. At GC Law we have a team of experienced TPD lawyers who can help you with your superannuation claim and TPD claim.

We provide a FREE NO OBLIGATION INITIAL APPOINTMENT to assess your chances of success.  You can contact us for a live chat, you can email us or call 1300 302 318 for instant advice.

Very strict time limits apply to personal injury claims, insurance claims, compensation claims and superannuation claims.

We provide a FREE NO OBLIGATION INITIAL APPOINTMENT to assess your chances of success.  You can contact us for a live chat, you can email us or call 1300 302 318 for instant advice.

Failure to comply with these limits could spell disaster and mean the end of your claim.

You Must Act Now! Call us on 1300 302 318.

For quick advice, we offer a free claim review within 12 hours!

We work on a No Win No Fee basis, so call or Email us NOW.

 

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