- Victim / Survivor
- Careless / Distracted
- Drunk & Drugged
- Teens / Parents
- Just the facts
- Traffic Safety
Financial Help for Victims of Crime
There may be help available.
If you have suffered a physical or psychological injury as a direct result of a crime, AND you have expenses not covered by insurance or medical assistance, you may be eligible for financial help through the Minnesota Crime Victims Reparations Board.
Injured victims or the immediate family of a homicide victim may recover up to $50,000 for:
The following questions will determine if you are eligible for reparations (payments) from the Minnesota Crime Victims Reparations Board. To qualify for reparations in a traffic crash, the injury or death must be caused by one of the following:
a) the driver at fault was under the influence of alcohol or drugs;
b) the driver at fault left the scene of the crash (hit and run);
c) the crash was intentionally inflicted
d) the crash happened while fleeing the scene of another crime.
If you have met the eligibility of a, b, c, or d from the previous paragraph, continue with the eligibility check list
Check the statements that are true.
If you cannot check all statements, you are not eligible for reparations.