Claim for WIC

Claim for Work Injury Compensation

Work Injury Compensation Claims Process

Each claim is different, let us guide you through your claim:

step 1

File your claim

Fill in the claim form (Work Injury Compensation) and submit to us with the supporting documents.

File your claim
step 2


You will receive an acknowledge from Liberty that we have received your claim submission.

step 3

Process your claim

Upon receiving all original documents, Liberty will process your claim.

Process your claim
step 4

Receive your claim amount

You will receive an email from Liberty that payment will be processed to the mode of payment that you have selected.

Receive your claim amount

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. What are the supporting documents required?

  2. When is the employee entitled to the new compensation limits?

  3. When must an injured employee file a claim if he/she wishes to seek compensation under Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA)?

  4. How would MOM determine if an employee is injured in a fight is eligible for work injury compensation?

  5. Why is MOM disallowing compensation for employees injured in work-related fights, particularly if it arose over a dispute over work-related matters?

  6. Would notifying MOM of a possible work-related disease constitute admission of the claim?

  7. Why is MOM introducing a new occupational disease of “Disease caused by excessive heat”?

  8. What recourse does an employee have if he is diagnosed with an occupational disease within the time-limit but the employer is no longer in operation?

  9. What recourse does an employee have if he commences common law suit and realizes that he is unlikely to succeed in his common law claim?

  10. Under WICA, is the employer liable for costs of medical treatment received overseas?

  11. Are self-employed persons covered under WICA?

  12. Can an injured employee file a claim under WICA as well as sue his employer in the civil courts for damages arising from the injury (common law action)?

  13. Changes to Work Injury Compensation Act in 2020

  14. For more information, please refer to the link below