What expenses are not covered?

Under the program, there are certain expenses related to a crime that are not covered under the Crime Victims Compensation Act. This includes expenses related to:

  • Property loss
  • Pain and suffering
  • An injury that results from a traffic accident, unless it was intentionally inflicted by the operator of the vehicle; the operator was driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs; or the other driver left the scene of the accident
  • Payment under the program that would benefit an offender and/or accomplice
  • Treatment of a victim of a criminal attack which occurs while the victim was confined in a prison or other correctional facility
  • An injury that is sustained by the victim while engaged in felony activity or a misdemeanor DUI-driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs (expense reimbursement may be reduced, depending on the circumstances)

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1. Who may file a claim for financial assistance?
2. What are the conditions for eligibility?
3. What are the reimbursable expenses?
4. What expenses are not covered?
5. How do I file a claim for benefits?
6. How is the program funded?
7. What is Restitution?
8. How do I request restitution?
9. What happens after an application is filed?
10. Does the offender have to be convicted for the victim to be eligible for compensation?
11. If the victim has an insurance policy, will the program still cover the victim's expenses?
12. What is the Idaho Industrial Commission?