If you have suffered an injury as a result of your employment, you may be eligible for a claim under the Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA) or under common law.
The WICA, administered by Ministry of Manpower (MOM), allows for a no-fault compensation scheme for employees injured during their employment, provided there has been some form of permanent incapacity suffered.
Permanent incapacity is assessed by the relevant department in the MOM. The compensation claimable is subject to the injury sustained, the degree of permanent incapacity and your salary. The claim also includes payment for medical expenses (including consultation, hospitalisation, treatment and future care etc), MC and Hospitalisation wages, as well as compensation for death.
If you have suffered from a workplace injury, come speak to us to understand your eligibility to claim.
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