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 $ tendons or ligaments: moderate damage (with continuing 10 200 disability) tendons or ligaments: severe damage (full recovery) 6 100 tendons or ligaments: severe damage (with continuing 15 300 disability) tibia: fracture of shin bone (full recovery) 6 100 tibia: fracture of shin bone (with continuing disability) 10 200 tibia: fracture of both legs (full recovery) 15 300 tibia: fracture of both legs (with continuing disability) 20400 toe: fracture of 1 big toe 5 100 toe: fracture of 2 big toes 10 200 Neck bums: minor 3 100 bums: moderate 8 200 bums: severe 20400 neck: strained (disabling for 6 to 13 weeks) 2 000 neck: strained (disabling for more than 13 weeks) 3 600 neck: strained - seriously disabling (not permanent) 10 200 neck: strained - seriously disabling (permanent) 20 400 scarring: minor disfigurement 3 100 scarring: significant disfigurement 6 100 scarring: serious disfigurement 8 200 paralysis of all 4 limbs (quadriplegia or tetraplegia), 40 000 paralysis of 1 side of body (hemiplegia), paralysis of the lower limbs (paraplegia), paralysis of 1 lower limb, paralysis of 1 or both upper limbs Psychological or psychiatric disorder category 1 7 500- 15 000 category 2 25 000 - 40 000
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