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Learn the key facts about Work Injury Compensation Act, including eligibility and the differences between WICA and common law.
The Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA) lets employees make claims for work-related injuries or diseases without having to file a civil suit under common law. It is a low-cost and quicker alternative to common law for settling compensation claims.
You can claim under WICA if you were injured in a work accident or suffered a disease due to work. You don't have to engage a lawyer to file a WICA claim.
Who is covered in accordance with WICA