It is best to report your injury as soon as it happens. This will be strong evidence that you were injured at work.
If possible, make a report to document how the injury occurred.
Once an injury occurs, however, you should report the incident to the company within 90 days, but the sooner the better.
Most companies require that injuries be reported to usually to a supervisor or the human resources department. Again, follow your company's reporting procedure.
If you have a repetitive-type injury, like carpal tunnel syndrome, the date of your injury would be the date of diagnosis of the condition because it occurred over many years.
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