There can be many reasons why you would want to resign from a position.
Your resignation letter is not just a communication tool – it has a huge impact on employers who will suffer when losing a valued employee.
Do not think of your resignation letter as the last communication with your company – may be in the future, you would like to come back and rejoin them! Leave that door open.
Here is a resignation letter sample that you can emulate if you want to leave work because of an injury:
Resignation Letter Due to Injury Sample
652 West Ave
Princeton, NJ 02100
s.morgan @ email . com
July 5, 2022
Mr. Morris Tate
283 Teal Street
Princeton, NJ 17363
Dear Mr. Tate:
The decision to resign from my position as Marketing Manager for Reeds Inc. is perhaps the most difficult one that I have made. Unfortunately, I have no choice but to ask you to release me from my position here.
As you are aware, I was in a terrible accident last month because of which I have lost the function of my legs, due to a spinal cord injury. Upon my doctor’s initial investigation, I was given the all-clear and was expected to regain the function of my legs – a detailed check-up yesterday says that I have to undergo an advanced physical therapy program before I can walk. This information has come as a shock to me, but I am afraid that there isn’t much that I can do about it.
In accordance with my contract with Reeds Inc., I am willing to forego my salary for last month, since I cannot provide a 30 days notice of my intent to leave. I will be available over the telephone in case any information is required regarding the work that I leave behind. I would appreciate it if you would process my leaving documents as soon as possible.
I appreciate your support during this extremely trying time.