Victim Assist Queensland factsheets
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We can only provide financial assistance to people who have been injured by an act of violence. Find out what injury information you need to provide and who can provide it.
Find out who is considered to be a special primary victim and the special reporting arrangements that exist for them.
Find out if you can request an interim payment of financial assistance because you have urgent and immediate expenses.
Find out if you can claim counselling cost.
Find out if you can claim medical expenses
Find out if you can claim report expenses for medical reports.
Find out if you can claim travel expenses for medical appointments.
Find out if you can claim replacement of damaged clothing.
Find out if you can claim legal expenses.
Find out if you can claim loss of earnings as a primary victim or related victim.
Find out if you can claim other expenses as a primary victim.
Find out if you can claim financial assistance as a close family member or financial dependant of a person who has died in a homicide.
Find out if you can claim a dependency payment.
Find out if you can claim other expenses as a related victim.
If a person you know has died in a homicide, we may be able to pay for, or reimburse, up to $8,000 funeral expenses. This factsheet will help you understand what expenses can be claimed. The person paying for the funeral will need to...
Find out if you can claim loss of earnings as a parent secondary victim or witness to a homicide.
If you were the victim of an act of violence at work, on a meal break or on your way to or from work, there are things you need to do before you can apply to Victim Assist.
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