Why insure with Statewide Super?
Protect your greatest asset... you and your family.
Your most important asset is you
What would you or your family do if you couldn’t work because of injury, illness or worse?
Private health insurance can cover your medical expenses, but who pays the bills, the mortgage and other necessities?
That’s where Statewide Super’s affordable, flexible insurance options come in.
We offer a range of low-cost insurance cover including income protection, total and permanent disablement and death insurance.^ The advantage of having insurance through Statewide Super is that premiums come straight out of your super account – not your take home pay.
If you joined Statewide Super through your employer, you might not even have to apply for insurance – you may have received it automatically.
With 146,000 members, we have a lot of buying power. This means that our premiums are often cheaper than if you went directly to an insurance company. Therefore, you can afford to make sure you are adequately covered.
Our cover is also 24/7, so with Statewide Super insurance you’ll enjoy peace-of-mind - all-day, everyday.
We offer three different types of insurance to cover all your essentials:
Getting the peace-of-mind that comes with Statewide Super insurance is easy.
If you’ve joined Statewide Super through your employer, you could be eligible to automatically receive four units of Income Protection insurance, and up to four units of standard Death & TPD insurance, depending on your age (employer-sponsored member). However if the automatic cover is not sufficient for your needs (or does not apply to you), you can apply by following these simple steps:
For more information on insurance through Statewide Super, please refer to the Insurance in your super booklet or give us a call on 1300 65 18 65.
*Please note that cover will be subject to acceptance by the Insurer and exclusions may apply.
Insurance is provided by MetLife Insurance Limited ABN 75 004 274 882 AFSL 238096 (the Insurer). Insurance is subject to the full terms and conditions contained in the ‘insurance policy’ with the Insurer. A copy of the policy may be provided to you upon request at no charge. You will only be entitled to insurance benefits to the extent that the trustee receives insurance proceeds in respect of you under the policy with the Insurer. The trustee has a right to change the Insurer from time to time.