You should take care of your injury and preserve your rights. This is done by reporting the injury to your employer or immediate supervisor and seeking medical treatment right away. If you are not provided a claim form try document the reporting in writing or in front of witnesses. As soon as you are aware that an injury or condition is caused or aggravated by your work, you should contact your employer and explain the circumstances of the injury or condition. In many cases, reporting an injury immediately to the employer results in the employer sending the injured worker for medical treatment. If no care is provided seek out medical treatment on your own. If it is an emergency just go straight to the hospital. Then contact your employer when you can. It is better to seek counsel before giving a recorded statement on your case. Never quit your job or resign following an injury. If you do your employer may not have to provide temporary disability or vocational rehabilitation.