Most LGIAsuper members automatically receive insurance cover as part of their membership, subject to conditions.This cover could help you meet your financial obligations if you become unable to work due to sickness or injury.
Having insurance through LGIAsuper means:
The insurance benefits you automatically receive depend on factors such as your age, when you joined LGIAsuper, and how you’re employed.
Here is a summary of the types of death, disability and terminal illness benefits we offer our members:
|Type of cover||Details|
|Death, Terminal Illness and Total and Permanent Disablement||
A one-off lump-sum payment of the money in your superannuation account, plus any insurance cover upon your death, diagnosis of a terminal illness or if you are totally and permanently disabled due to sickness or injury.
|Death and Terminal Illness
A one-off lump sum payment of the money in your superannuation account, plus any insurance cover upon your death or diagnosis of a terminal illness.
| Income Protection
A benefit of up to 75% of your monthly salary paid to you for up to two years to replace part of your income if you become totally or partially disabled due to sickness or injury. Benefits are payable monthly in arrears after a waiting period.
Download the LGIAsuper insurance guide (PDF 2.7MB) for more information about insurance cover, including exclusions, increasing or decreasing your cover, and making a claim.
You can also use our insurance calculators to find out what level of cover might be best for you, and how much this will cost.
Having insurance through superannuation can help protect you and your family against the unexpected. It’s important to understand how much insurance cover you have, and whether it is right amount for your personal circumstances.
LGIA has adopted the Superannuation Industry Voluntary Code of Practice, and is transitioning to full compliance in 2021.
This Code of Practice sets out standards for greater understanding, clearer accountability and consistency of delivery for insurance benefits.
Information on this page is focused on Accumulation and Pension accounts.
If you have a Defined Benefit account your insurance cover is different – guides related to your fund are available on our Defined benefits page.