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Regulations 2007 No.11 of 2007 Victims of Crime Assistance Regulations



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 $ scarring (face): serious disfigurement 15 300 scarring (other than face): visible, minor disfigurement 3 100 scarring (other than face): significant disfigurement 6 100 scarring (other than face): serious disfigurement 10 200 skull: balance impaired - permanent 15 300 skull: brain haemorrhage (full recovery) 8 200 skull: brain haemorrhage (residual minor impairment of social/intellectual functions) 15 300 skull: concussion (lasting at least 1 week) 3 100 skull: simple fracture (no operation) 5 100 skull: depressed fracture (no operation) 8 200 skull: depressed fracture (requiring operation) 12 200 skull: stroke (full recovery) 10 200 skull: subdural haematoma - treated conservatively 8 200 skull: subdural haematoma - requiring evacuation 15 300 teeth: chipped front teeth requiring crown 2 000 teeth: fractured tooth/teeth requiring crown 2 000 teeth: loss of crowns 2 600 teeth: loss of 1 tooth other than front tooth 2 000 teeth: loss of 2 or more teeth other than front tooth 3 100 teeth: loss of 1 front tooth 3 100 teeth: loss of 2 or 3 front teeth 4 100 teeth: loss of 4 or more front teeth 6 100 teeth: slackening of teeth requiring dental treatment 2 000 tongue: impaired speech - slight 4 100 tongue: impaired speech - moderate 10 200 tongue: impaired speech - serious 20 400 tongue: impaired speech - severe 35 700 tongue: loss of speech - permanent 40 000 tongue: loss of tongue 40 000 21

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