Punjab-origin Gurbinder Singh was earlier offered a mere 5,750 dirhams by the company as final settlement and was also terminated from his job, Khaleej Times reported on Thursday.
However, the Indian embassy held discussions with Mr Singh's employer and after a series of follow-ups by embassy officials, the company raised the settlement amount to 202,000 dirhams.
On June 20, the company representatives presented a cheque and financial contributions from the staff to Mr Singh's wife Rajwinder Kaur.
Mr Singh, who worked as a crane operator for a private company in Abu Dhabi, had injured his knee at the company site on Zirku Island on February 24.
After receiving 202,000 dirhams, Mr Singh said the amount will help fund the education of his two children. His wife said the embassy has offered great help and also appreciated the gesture from the company.
Ms Rajwinder is said to have received assistance from community organisations and people.
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