Q2. How May I File a Claim?
You can file a claim in four ways:
Q3. If I am a victim of crime who is included in the information above, do I have to do anything else to qualify?
The CICB legislation requires that you reported the crime to some appropriate authority within 72 hours after the crime occurred. and that you incurred at least $100 in out-of-pocket expenses or two continuous weeks of earnings or support.
Appropriate authorities may include:
The requirements may be waived for good cause.
Q4. How Much May the Board Award?
The maximum allowable award in any claim may not be more than $45,000.
Q5. How Soon Must a Claim be Filed?
A claim should be filed within three years from the date of the crime or the death of the victim. In cases of child abuse, the claim must be filed within three years after the crime was discovered or the child turns 18. These requirements can be waived for good cause.
Call CICB and ask to speak to a victim services coordinator. CICB is here to help you get the financial assistance that you need. If we can't help you with financial assistance, we will do what we can to get you the help you need from other sources. Our victim services personnel are here to help.
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