Dear Sirs, One of the workers met with an accident during the course of employment for 1.6 years back, management has taken care of him medically and financially. He lost his right hand up to the elbow and continued in the employment.

He got Govt. Job and raised a claim at Dy. Commissioner of Labour for compensation recently. The authority has issued a memo to the management why the intimation has not been done and asked about compensation. Kindly guide me on the subject matter

From India, Nizamabad

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Dear Venkateswaralu,

What you are involved is a quasi judicial litigation in the form of a claim for compensation for the permanent physical disability sustained in an employment accident. Ultimately, if the claimant wins the case you will have to shell out a lot of money by way of compensation, reimbursement of the medical expenses plus 10% simple interest from the date of accident by way of interest for the entire period of default.

So better engage the services of a Lawyer to move further.

From India, Salem

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