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Victim Assistance Programs
Anyone who sustains a personal injury as a victim of a violent crime; while going to the aid of another person or a peace officer, or while attempting to prevent a crime of violence.
The surviving spouse, child or other dependant of a deceased victim.
A dependent or immediate family member of a deceased victim who resides within the same household and who requires psychiatric care or counseling because of a crime.
An immediate family member resident in the same household with a victim who is under 17 years of age and who requires psychiatric care or counseling.
Anyone who legally assumes the obligation or voluntarily pays the medical or burial expenses of a deceased victim.
Anyone injured in a motor-vehicle accident, unless the driver:
Intentionally caused the injury
Was driving while intoxicated
Failed to stop and render aid
The offender and/or accomplices or when an award would unjustly enrich the offender or accomplice.
A victim whose own misconduct caused or contributed to the crime (in such cases, benefits may be denied or reduced).
A victim who was incarcerated in a penal institution (as defined in Subdivision (26) Sec 1.07, Penal Code) at the time of the offense.
Benefits & Limits
Filing a Claim
Regarding Sexual Assault
Rights of Crime Victims
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