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You may have a claim against your employer for sustaining a work related injury if you can show that your employer should have taken more precautions against you sustaining this type of injury.
If you're able to do this, then you would be entitled to be paid a sum of money representing your loss of earnings.
If you're asking about time not at your employment during a period of sick leave, then you would be entitled to statutory sick pay (as a minimum) or a greater sum of contractual sick pay leave.
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