If you have been a victim of a violent crime you will know that it is a harrowing ordeal, the physiological effects of which can often remain with a victim for years after the incident took place.
But a lot of people fail to realise is that they may be entitled to make a criminal injury compensation claim, regardless of whether their assailant was caught or not.
The government funded body known as The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) is tasked with administering the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme in England, Scotland and Wales.
The CICA doesn't pay for the cost of legal advice and seeking it remains advisable. It is always helpful to receive expert legal advice, and making a criminal injury compensation claims can become complex... that's why we're here to help!
Below is some information that will help you decide whether or not you are eligible for a claim. If you think you are might entitled to a Criminal Injury Compensation Claim then do not hesitate to contact us...
You may be eligible if:
Yes there are some. You will not be eligible to make a claim if:
Yes. Your claim may also be disregarded because of:
If you have been injured as the result of a violent crime committed against you and you match all the above mentioned criteria, there are four different types of compensation you can apply for. These are:
Violent crime can tear people apart and make your life a misery afterwards. If you have been the victim of violent crime, then don't suffer in silence. Our experts at Legal Request are trained in dealing with a variety of sensitive cases, so give us a call now and we can help you claim back what is rightfully yours and help you begin to rebuild your life.
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Legal Request is regulated by the Ministry of Justice in respect of regulated claims management activities, authorisation number CRM2092www.claimsregulation.gov.uk Legal information