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The Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA) lets employees make claims for work-related injuries or diseases, without having to take legal action. Use WicSubmit to submit WIC documents online. Find out what is covered and how to file or dispute a claim and check a claim status.
Since 1 January 2016, maximum and minimum compensation limits for death and total permanent incapacity have been increased. The cap on medical expenses has also been increased.
Overview of the Work Injury Compensation Act, including what it is and who it is for.
Who is and isn’t covered under WICA, and who can claim for work injury compensation.
Differences between claiming under WICA versus a civil suit, and deadlines for withdrawing a claim or suit.
Find out when claims are eligible under WICA and when they are not.
What you can claim and their limits: medical leave wages, medical expenses and lump sum compensation for permanent incapacity or death.
Includes who needs to be insured, what to look out for in contracts, who should pay and when to notify MOM about insurance.
How to check the status of a work injury claim by SMS, online, by phone or in person.
How to file and what to expect in a work injury claim dispute.
How to file a claim under WICA, including checking status and withdrawing claims.
What employers need to do when their employees make a claim, including reporting, filing a dispute and making payments.
Find calculators, posters, guides, bulletins and other resources about work-injury compensation.
Online services and forms for Work injury compensation transactions.
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