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YOUR CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATON RIGHTS:
Follow these steps in order to achieve success and maximize your recovery in your Crime Victim’s Compensation Application and Claim:
– Report the crime to the police immediately. To protect your crime victim rights, any crime should be reported and filed with 7 days or you may be required to provide a reasonable excuse and justification for the delay.
– Seek medical attention as soon as possible and make sure your notify law enforcement as well as your medical provider that your injury or the reason your are seeking treatment or consultation is related to the occurrence of a crime.
- To protect and enforce your rights under State Law and before the New York State Office of Victim Services (formerly the Crime Victims Board), the New Jersey Victims of Crime Compensation Office (NJ VCCO) the Pennsylvania Victims Compensation Assistance Program (PA VCAP), the Texas Crime Victim Compensation Program and Connecticut Office of Victim Services, you should contact attorneys who are experienced in processing your claim in an expeditious manner and who will fight for to maximum compensation you are entitled to under current state laws.
Crimevictimcompensation.com does not charge a fee to the prospective client, victim or claimant; any fee charged by the lawyers that the prospective client, victim or claimant is referred to shall not be higher than fees charged to the clients who are not referred and are charged in accordance with the state guidelines for attorneys fees for representation and assistance in representing the client in their crime victim’s compensation application.
However, most states under their crime victim program provide for the payment from their funds for representation by an attorney and as such, most lawyers agree to accept as compensation for their representation the attorneys fees awarded and paid by the crime victim compensation fund on the victim’s claim.
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