Want to write for leave after an accident? We are providing you a sample leave application letter for school, college, or university due to road accidents, and injuries on legs, arms, etc., with the request of bed rest.
Accidental Leave by Student in School/College
I want to request one week’s leave (date to date) from the school because I faced an accident and severe cuts do not let me walk comfortably. I will be thankful to you.
Your name, Class
Leave Application by Parent in School After Accident
Yesterday, when my son was returning home from school, he had an accident. He is seriously injured and the doctor has advised him to rest for six days. Please give my son a week off from (date to date). I will be thankful to you.
Leave Application for Accident for Student
With great respect, it has been stated that I met a sad accident while coming to college yesterday morning at around 07:15 AM.
The accident took place next to the post office located just a few Kilometers away from the college. My motorbike slipped and collided with a car causing severe injuries to my arms and legs.
I’m being treated in a local hospital where the doctor has advised me to take complete rest for at least 2 weeks. So kindly grant me leave (Date) to recover from the injuries.
A reference letter from the hospital has also been attached with the application.
Leave application for the accident for student
The Public School
Sir, I am Arijit Kumar, and I am a student in 10th grade at your prestigious school. You are aware of Goa’s rough city traffic and the number of accidents happening here daily. The drivers don’t follow traffic rules and don’t care for the poor motorcyclists on the road. Well, I was a victim of such a road accident where the guilty fled the scene.
However, I was rushed to the hospital. I survived with a few bruises and an ankle fracture, and because of that, I cannot walk. The doctors have advised me to rest and not apply any pressure on the ankle.
Therefore, I would like to request you to grant me leave for (Date). I wish to recover as soon as possible to return to college and continue my studies.