This includes evidence of involvement or association in illegal drugs, crime, tax evasion and benefit fraud. Juror Recording Line Phone Numbers: Superior Court: 800-254-2755. If you already had an injury which is listed in the tariff of injuries, but it has been made worse as a direct result of a crime of violence, you may still be entitled to a payment. If you are not able to pay for the medical evidence, or it would be difficult for you to obtain it, we may be able to help you. We will not normally meet the costs of translating such evidence. You have to apply directly to the country where the crime happened. We may also be able to pay an additional amount for such expenses incurred by the child as a direct result of the loss of parental services as a claims officer considers reasonable. The period of loss for which we may be able to provide a payment starts from the date the victim died. You can ask a friend or a relative to represent you and help you make a claim. To "
Where the opportunity exists for you to pursue compensation from another source you should do so. Updated references to "customer service centre" to Customer Support Team. The tariff means it is easy to work out what award an applicant might expect to receive for the injury itself. We have amended the wording of a heading in the guide so that it more accurately reflects the wording of paragraph 6 of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012. the expected end of life where the injury has shortened that period. You may be eligible to make a claim for a mental injury if you witnessed, and were present at, an incident in which a loved one sustained a criminal injury as the result of a crime of violence. not attended a medical examination that lets us verify your injuries. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority administers the. How much we cover depends upon your insurance, and your situation. If you wish to apply in the Welsh language, please download, complete and return a Welsh-language application. When we send you our review decision, we will send you the form to use to ask for an appeal. It will be for you to provide evidence to show that the deceased was making a material financial contribution to your upkeep. Claims for expenses in excess of the 2,500 flat rate allowance will only be paid where receipts or other satisfactory evidence is provided for all the costs incurred and where those costs are reasonable. The payment will be calculated as a lump sum and, where this includes a dependency continuing beyond the date of decision, the payment will be reduced according to the discount factors which are set out at Annex F of the Scheme. The information published or provided on this website is for information purposes only. If you are under 18 when you accept a payment, we will normally arrange for the payment to be retained in an interest-earning deposit account until your 18th birthday. Included information on the Victims' Fund. EN. The Scheme applies to all applications received on or after 27 November 2012. A further payment of up to 2,500 may be payable where the particular circumstances mean that the flat rate will not cover the funeral costs. The Scheme defines a disabling mental injury as a mental injury which is disabling in that it has a substantial adverse effect on a persons ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities for the time specified (e.g., impaired work or school performance or effects on social relationships or sexual dysfunction). Any interim payment made will be deducted from a final award, when made. To be eligible for compensation, the victim must have been injured as a result of a violent crime in England, Scotland or Wales. We may be able to make a payment after a victims death even if they received a payment for their injury before they died. You will need to provide us with the evidence necessary to decide your case. If you were injured in Scotland, we will apply the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 as amended by the Management of Offenders (Scotland) Act 2019. Complex cases will take longer to finalise to ensure that we can make a payment which reflects the severity of the injuries sustained and their long-term impact. the cost of care in connection with your bodily functions (including toileting, bathing and continence management) or meal preparation (when you are physically unable to cook, or it would be dangerous for you to do so). ECOMP features include FECA claim submission, Agency Query System . You can ask for an extension even after the first 56 days have passed, but we will only grant this if there are exceptional circumstances which meant you could not have requested an extension earlier. If the benefit is available to you, we have to take account of it, whether or not you choose to claim it. your age, capacity and well-being at the date of the incident and. "We have discretion to consider applications beyond this deadline but only if you were a child at the time of the incident giving rise to the injury; or there are exceptional circumstances which mean you could not have applied earlier, and the evidence supplied in support of your application means that it can be determined without the need for further extensive enquiries."