Sample Leave Application Due to Swelling from Office

Sample Leave Application Due to Swelling from Office

[Here briefly describe sample leave application formats due to swelling of the leg, arms, face, ear, neck due to any reason for the accident, honey bee etc.  You can follow these sample as Email letter. You can modify these formats as your requirement.]

Leave Application Due to Swelling in Leg After Accident

Date…

The Managing Director,

Institute Name…

Institute Address…

Subject: Leave for 3 days due to swelling in the leg

Dear Sir,

Please be informed that earlier today in the afternoon, I had accidentally fallen from the bike while going home from the office. (State your actual situation). Due to which I have met several minor injuries. I have severe body aches and swelling in my leg. Walking and moving around aggravates my pain. I request you to kindly grant me leave for three days (as your requirement) i.e. from (Date to date) so that I can take rest and recover my health as soon as possible.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Yours sincerely,

Name…

Job Designation…

Contact no…

Signature.

 

Another Format,

Date…

The Managing Director,

Institute Name…

Institute Address…

Sub: Leave Letter Due to Swelling on Face

Dear Sir/Madam,

It is to bring into your kind notice that me, (Name) have been working as (Job designation and Department name). Yesterday, I have experienced a bad incident. I was going home on my bike in the evening. Suddenly, some insect or mosquito has cut on my face. I cannot express the pain I felt at that time. I stopped there for 15 minutes. Luckily it was not a big injury in fact. When I went to sleep in the night, I felt some swelling on my face. (State your actual situation).

I woke up in the morning, but it was so unfortunate to see that there was much swelling on my face and I am feeling pain as well.

So I request you to allow me a leave for today so that I can consult to some skin specialist for the treatment of my skin.

Regards,

Name…

Job Designation…

Contact no…

Signature.