A. A Maximum Award of $35,000.00 may be paid with limits for death or any one injury.
B. Medical Expenses - medical, dental, and other expenses related to the injury.
C. Counseling - if the crime results in death, the spouse, parents, or siblings who (at the time of the crime) lived in the same house as the victim. In other crimes, compensation for counseling covers only victims.
D. Loss of Earnings - If deprived of earnings as a result of injuries received in a crime incident, you may be paid for such loss provided all requirements are met. If deprived of support due to the death of a victim as a result of a crime incident, you may be eligible for compensation.
E. Cash Loss of Benefits - If Social Security, veteran's retirement, railroad retirement, pension/retirement, disability, or court ordered child/spousal support is the main source of income and the loss occurs through robbery, assault, rape, homicide, kidnapping, or burglary, you may be compensated within certain limits.
F. Funeral Expenses - If you paid or are liable to pay the funeral bill for a deceased victim, you may be compensated for your loss, within certain limits.
G. What expenses will NOT be reimbursed to victims?
1. Pain and suffering
2. Stolen or damaged property
3. Auto-related injuries unless inflicted in a DUI crash or by a vehicle used as a weapon.