Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations
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Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations Description of compensable injury Standard amount of financial assistance $ ear: partial loss of ear(s) 8 200 ear: perforated ear drum 3 600 ear: temporary partial deafness - lasting 6 to 13 weeks 2 000 ear: temporary partial deafness - lasting more than 13 weeks 3 100 ear: tinnitus (ringing noise in ears) - lasting 6 to 13 weeks 2 000 ear: tinnitus - lasting more than 13 weeks 6 100 ear: tinnitus - permanent (moderate) 15 300 ear: tinnitus - permanent (very serious) 30 600 eye: blow out fracture of orbit bone cavity containing eyeball 6 100 eye: blurred or double vision - lasting 6 to 13 weeks 2 000 eye: blurred or double vision - lasting more than 13 weeks 3 600 eye: blurred or double vision - permanent 15 300 eye: cataracts 1 eye (requiring operation) 6 100 eye: cataracts both eyes (requiring operation) 15 300 eye: cataracts 1 eye (permanent or inoperable) 15 300 eye: cataracts both eyes (permanent or inoperable) 35 700 eye: corneal abrasions 4100 eye: damage to iris resulting in hyphaema (bleeding in ocular chamber) 5 100 eye: damage to irises resulting in hyphaema (bleeding in ocular chamber) 12 200 eye: degeneration of optic nerve 4 100 eye: degeneration of optic nerves 10 200 eye: detached retina 10 200 eye: detached retinas 25 500 eye: dislocation of lens 10 200 eye: dislocation of lenses 25 500 eye: glaucoma 5 100 eye: loss of 1 eye 40 000 19
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