Insuring your most important asset
Your most important asset is your life. Just think for a moment – how much value do you really place on it? Have you ever thought about how your family or those who depend on you would cope should you suffer a serious injury, illness or pass away/die? How would they manage to pay the rent or mortgage? And what about household commitments like food, childcare or credit card repayments? We insure our home, its contents and our car – surely we should insure our most important asset – ourselves! That’s where Statewide Super insurance could help.
Types of insurance Statewide Super offer
TPD insurance pays a lump sum if you become totally and permanently disabled because of illness or injury.
Should the worst happen, having TPD insurance to support yourself and your loved ones can provide you with peace of mind.
Death Insurance cover pays a lump sum to your beneficiaries when you pass away and is also payable if you're certified as terminally ill. If you hold TPD insurance, the terminal illness benefit will be the higher of your Death and TPD cover amount.
Any successful TPD claim will reduce the level of death cover by the amount of the TPD payment.
Income Protection insurance pays up to 85% of your pre-tax income, with 75% being paid to you and 10% being paid to your Statewide Super account as a replacement Superannuation Guarantee (SG) contribution for a specified time, if you're unable to work due to partial or total disability.
Let’s face it – you probably need to work to earn an income. And the reality is if you’re unable to work due to illness or accident you’ll still need to pay bills, mortgage payments, credit card and other loan repayments. This is where income protection insurance can support you and your family should the worst happen.
Income protection insurance can provide a regular income should you become temporarily disabled through illness or injury and are unable to work for an extended period of time.
We can help you manage your insurance
Our website has been designed to help you easily navigate the different ways we can assist you to manage your insurance. This includes information on: making a claim, applying for new insurance, applying to increase or decrease your cover, cancelling your cover, nominating a beneficiary, changing your occupation category, finding the appropriate forms to action insurance changes and more. This information can be found via the boxes below.
You can also self-manage your insurance cover online at any time, by logging in to you secure Statewide Super Online member portal and selecting either the Insurance or Account tabs. But, if you need assistance with any of your insurance needs, please contact our friendly Member Services team on 1300 65 18 65 or via email and they will be happy to help.