1. Get the names of all witnesses to the accident, and of all persons who knew of the bad conditions or defective equipment before the accident.

2. Remember that -- unlike State Workers' Compensation Law -- you must show that the accident was the fault of bad conditions or defective equipment, or negligence of someone other than yourself.

3. With this in mind, fill out only the accident report required by the Book of Rules.  Be sure to list all factors of fault on it -- seek Union or lawyer help if needed.  Do not fill out or sign any other statement prepared by the Claims Department.  Remember; they are trying to emphasize facts which will make the accident your fault (or nobody's fault), in which case you cannot recover adequate compensation for your injury.

For more information on what to do if injured on the job, visit the links below:
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