Asked by jacques van hansen
on 10-05-2019 11:40:55
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
I had a work injury on June 2018.A cow ran me into steel railing, and i injured my ribs, my head and shoulders. My employer did not take me to seek medical attention. They also did not file a first medical report. After months of struggling they paid me three months salary of 75%. I have to pay my own medical bills, and had to sell so many of my personal items to survive. I got someone last year to help me with the ccma and Wca claim. He brought me under the intention that everything was in order and that he will make sure i get my salary. Then after months i heard my employer bribed him to leave everythig. I am still strugling with TBI and my upper body is giving me problems. I am still not able to work. Can i open a case against my employer for basically abandoning me, and all the personal stuff i needed to sell to put food on the table
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