Recoveries and Settlements Information

martes, 22 de febrero de 2022

Recoveries and Settlements Information

Crime victim compensation is a government program to reimburse victims of violent crimes- such as assault, homicide, rape, and, in some states,fraud/scam, burglary - as well as their families for many of their out-of-pocket expenses. Every state has a crime victim compensation program.

The directive requires that each EU Member State sets up a national scheme of compensation to all victims of violent, intentional crime. According to this law all victims of violent, intentional crime have access to the national compensation scheme in the Member State on whose territory the crime was committed

For information about your state program, visit the National Association of Crime Victim Compensation Boards.

Benefits

Crime victim compensation programs will generally pay for:
medical and dental expenses,
counseling costs,
funeral or burial expenses, and
lost wages or support.
Compensation on fraud/scam.
covid 19 victims can also be included if vitals documents and provided.

Some states also cover such costs as financial counseling, crime scene cleanup, travel for medical treatment or court proceedings, or relocation expenses for victims who must move for their physical safety. Crime victim compensation programs have a maximum that will be paid for each claim, which varies from state to state and can range from $200,000 to $400,000. They also have limits on certain types of expenses, for example, limits on the amounts that can be paid for funeral or burial expenses, for counseling, or for medical expenses. Because it may take several weeks or months to process a claim for crime victim compensation, many states offer emergency awards, which are compensation payments of $50,000 to $200,000 to cover emergency expenses such as medications, food or shelter.

To apply for crime victim compensation, victims or families must reply to this Email Address crimevictimscompensation@gmail.com quickly and get the original form for your compensation now........................



The directive requires that each EU Member State sets up a national scheme of compensation to all victims of violent, intentional crime. According to this law all victims of violent, intentional crime have access to the national compensation scheme in the Member State on whose territory the crime was committed

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