How To Apply for Crime Victims Compensation in Idaho in a Few Clicks
Are you a victim of a violent crime that happened in Idaho, and you don’t have the means to pay crime-related costs? You should apply for crime victims compensation in Idaho and handle your expenses stress-free.
DoNotPay has created a convenient and easy-to-use product to help you in any state. Find out if you’re eligible for the Crime Victims Compensation Program in Idaho, and file your application in no time!
Learn All About the Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program
The Idaho Industrial Commission created the Crime Victims Compensation Program in 1986. The purpose of the program is to help victims of violent crimes—including assaults, sexual abuse, and similar—handle crime-related expenses. The program also provides financial assistance to the victims' immediate family or dependents.
You can get financial assistance from the program only if your other collateral sources fail to cover all the expenses. The sources can be:
- Life and health insurance
- Veterans benefits
- Medicaid or Medicare
- Social Security
- Workers’ compensation
- Paid sick leave
- Disability insurance
- Car insurance
- Employee assistance programs
- Restitution from the offender
- Offender fines and fees:
- Sex-offense covictions—$300
- Court-ordered restitution
Do You Qualify for the Crime Victims Compensation Program in Idaho?
The Idaho Industrial Commission’s case manager will determine your eligibility once you file your application:
|You Qualify for the Idaho CVC Program if You||You Don’t Qualify for the Idaho CVC Program if You|
Does the CVC Program in Idaho Cover All Crime-Related Costs?
The Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program covers most medical, counseling, funeral, and other crime-related expenses with the maximum compensable amount of $25,000. The following table shows which costs are covered by the program and what the benefit cap for each expense is:
|Compensable Expenses||Benefit Cap|
Medical costs, such as:
|Mental health counseling||$2,500 for victims
$500 for every family member of victims of homicide or sexual assault as long as the total amount doesn’t exceed $1,500
Note: If a victim has difficulties performing everyday activities due to his or her mental health, the program might grant additional counseling benefits (up to $25,000)
|Travel to get medical treatments||Not specified|
|Lost wages for victims who lose at least one week of salary due to crime-related injuries||$175 per week|
|Lost support for dependents of a victim who can’t work or has passed away because of the crime-related injuries|
|Replacement services||Not specified|
|Attorney fees||5% of the benefits|
The program doesn’t cover property loss or pain and suffering. You also won’t get compensation for costs of an injury caused by a traffic accident, with some exceptions:
- The driver used the vehicle with the intention to cause the injury
- The individual that caused the accident was driving under the influence
- The other participant fled the scene of the accident
Register for DoNotPay and Handle Your Idaho CVC Program Application in No Time!
Handling financial difficulties while dealing with physical and emotional distress is challenging. Since filling out all the necessary forms while navigating confusing websites can be time-consuming, not many people apply for crime victims compensation programs.
DoNotPay wants to make the application process for all violent crime victims as fast and effortless as possible in any state, including:
That’s why we have created a product that helps victims of a terrorist attack, domestic violence, or any other crime apply for compensation in two minutes. To file your application for the Crime Victims Compensation Program in Idaho in a few clicks, and do the following:
- Select our Compensation for Crime Victims product
- Tell us whether you’re the victim or a family member of the victim
- Answer our questions to help us understand the circumstances of the crime and your expenses
- Verify your signature
Once you complete these steps, DoNotPay will fill out your application and send it to the Idaho Industrial Commission. The case manager will review your application, potentially request additional documents, determine if you qualify for the benefits, and notify you about his or her decision.
Can You File an Appeal With the Program Director?
If you think that the case manager made a mistake, you can request reconsideration within 20 days of being notified about the original decision. You can also ask commissioners of the Industrial Commission for a hearing no later than 45 days from receiving a letter with the case manager’s decision.
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