All of the rights and benefits granted to people injured while working and recognized as having work disability

A person considered to have work disability is someone who became disabled following an injury that occurred to them while working and for whom a degree of disability (either permanent or temporary) has been established by a medical committee. Individuals recognized with work disability are entitled to a disability benefit or grant in addition to other benefits in order to assist them in their recovery. The rights and benefits from various areas are organized in this portal.

Rights for those with a High Degree of Disability

Aid organizations

Government agencies

Court Rulings

Laws & Regulations