Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations
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Victims o f Crime Assistance Regulations Description of compensable injury Standard amount of financial assistance $ Disease or other recognised medical illness causing disability (not being a disease or illness of the mind) disability lasting 6 to 13 weeks 2 000 disability lasting 14 to 28 weeks 8 200 disability lasting over 28 weeks (but not permanent) 15 300 permanent disability 40 000 Domestic violence injuries 7 500 -1 0 000 Epilepsy fully controlled 15 300 partially controlled 25 500 uncontrolled 40 000 Head bums (other than face): minor 3 100 bums (other than face): moderate 8 200 bums (other than face): severe 15 300 bums (face): minor 4 100 bums (face): moderate 10 200 bums (face): severe 40 000 ear: fractured mastoid 2 000 ear: loss of 1 ear 20 400 ear: loss of both ears 35 700 ear: partial deafness of 1 ear - remaining hearing socially useful with hearing aid if necessary 7 500 ear: partial deafness of both ears - remaining hearing socially useful with hearing aid if necessary 15 300 ear: total deafness of 1 ear 30 600 ear: total deafness of both ears 40 000
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