Can you be helped?

 Yes, if you are:

  • A person who was injured as a direct result of a crime in Michigan
  • A person who was injured while trying to help a crime victim
  • A surviving spouse, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild, brother, or sister of a person who dies as a direct result of a crime
  • A Michigan resident injured in another state that doesn't pay compensation for a non-resident
  • A Michigan resident injured outside the U.S. by an act of international terrorism

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1. Can you be helped?
2. What kind of financial help may be available?
3. What are the limits on payments?
4. What's not covered?
5. What's not covered?
6. Are there other benefits?
7. How can I get an application?
8. When should I file your claim?
9. What do I need to send in?
10. How does the claim process work?
11. What if my claim is turned down?
12. Am I entitled to confidentiality?
13. Who pays for this compensation?
14. What happens if I give false information?