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 Legal Remedy for Nepali Victims killed at Stores
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The recent murder of Surendra Dangol in Boston has raised several issues ranging from the status of Nepalese working odd hours in the US , premises accident and liability of the store or gas station owners, from whom the victim’s family seldom get compensated. AS A MINORITY AMONG THE MINORITIES, WE DO NOT HAVE A SAY.

THINGS TO BE AWARE OF TO SUE A VIOLATING STORE/STATION ENDANGERING THE LIVES OF STORE CLERKS:

  • The store must have adequate security cameras
  • A second staff must be available at all times during graveyard shifts
  • A bullet proof glass or similar measures must have been adopted.
  • Repetition of dangerous activities raises the liability of the store owners.
  • A possible case can demand (1) full compensation for victim's estate and children and
    aggravating circumstances damages, (2) punitive damages to force employer to opt for better security measures (3) costs of litigation, and other relief.

Working odd jobs at gas stations, convenience stores, liquor stores and restaurants is not luxury for the Nepalese but a necessity. Often, we find work, specifically vacant for the graveyard shift, considered risky and dangerous. The pay is same minimum wage ranging from five dollars to nine dollars, sometimes with some perks such as an-hour-an-half pay. Is it worth it? Again, this is our necessity, not a luxury. Graveyard shifts are considered dangerous, risky and full of threats no matter where you live in the US , be it Manhattan or any convenience store in a suburb. Often these jobs come coupled with hate crimes, joy-killing, robbery and fatal assaults. The business owners console the recruits assuring them with security measures such as security camera, alarmed door, bullet proof windows and at the same time hide the ugly truth about he neighborhood. The case of a Texas convenience store owner Naushad Virani’s murder is currently being investigated for hate crime homicide where a white murderer venomously foulmouthed the deceased racially before surrendering to white officers.

On September 28, 2008 when Ashok Bhattarai was murdered in Missoiri City, hundreds flocked in at the store, expressed their grief and condolence and demanded justice be done. The mayor and the police department vowed to take action and as a result the culprit was arrested and is being tried. Whatever happened to First Stop Food Store’s liability towards the victim’s family, we do not know! Similar fate of Late Rabindra Sharma in South Carolina in October this year.

In case of Surendra Dangol, the criminal is at large, a white suspect. In case of Ashok Bharttarai, a teen ager 17-year-old Raymond Whitcher is being tried for murder. Theodis Dodson has pleaded guilty to capital murder of Gaurab Rajbanshi and received a life sentence while Jeff Dodson is being tried for the death penalty for killing in the same case and Fredrick Hughes who was in the get-a-way car and was found not guilty. In case of Jas Bahadur Rai, Leonard Junior Coulter, 46, was arrested. On the other hand, status of Himank Karki’s murderer is still unknown. Weren’t the business owners, where the victims died, responsible ethically and legally to some extent? What about the accidental murder of Amrit Dhital, Puskar Acharya, Prahlad Gurung and Subash Gurung who were killed in Leon County, TX on January 7, 2006 , in which the victims were not at fault and were hit by another car? What about Utsav Basnet, Bedija Kharel and Nishma Timilsina killed in a car accident in Southern Minnesota highway on January 4, 2006 , again not-at-fault and were passengers in the car being driven by a 17-year-old American girl from Clarks Grove? Likewise, Kritika Singh lost control of her Isuzu Rodeo about 11 p.m. when her car struck the mattress on the highway near Nutley Street in Fairfax County, VA due to the fault of Richard R. Moon, 58, of Herndon, who was driving a box truck.

ARE WE BEING FAIRLY COMPENSATED? THIS IS THE BIG QUESTION.

Based on my research as a law student, a Tort Case against the employer store/station if the owner does not cooperate to compensate the victims family. The case could be for : (1) compensatory and punitive damage and (2) Wrongful death OR (1) Workers Compensation.

In any case, the owner will be liable for compensation towards the victims family i.e wife, children and any other direct dependents.

There could be a huge verdict (although it will take a couple of years if the victim’s estate does not settle with the employer) requiring the employer to pay compensatory damage to the family, Punitive damages to pay for creating more safe and secure environment at the stores AND/OR pay the family with weekly workers compensation allowances for a long time. See the Link below.

A comparative Analysis in Late Surendra Dangol’s case can be read here.

What is Workers’ Compensation?

When an employee is injured in the course of his or her employment, the injured worker is
entitled to a number of statutory workers compensation benefits. The workers’ compensation
benefits include:

o Permanent and Total Incapacity Benefits
o Vocational Rehabilitation Services
o Reasonable Burial Expenses up to $4,000 where Injury Results in Death
o Weekly Benefits to Surviving Spouse until she remarries
o Weekly Benefits to Dependent Children


What is a Wrongful Death?

In contrast with murder and manslaughter, which involves the taking of a human life without legal justification, which are criminal acts punishable by imprisonment or death, claims for “wrongful death” are civil actions, by which the estate of the decedent seeks monetary compensation for death brought about by negligence.

The employer shall be liable in damages in the amount of: (1) the fair monetary value of the decedent to the persons entitled to receive the damages recovered, as provided in section one, including but not limited to compensation for the loss of the reasonably expected net income, services, protection, care, assistance, society, companionship, comfort, guidance, counsel, and advice of the decedent to the persons entitled to the damages recovered; + (2) the reasonable funeral and burial expenses of the decedent; + (3) punitive damages in an amount of not less than five thousand dollars in such case as the decedent's death was caused by the malicious, willful, wanton or reckless conduct of the defendant or by the gross negligence of the defendant; except that (1) the liability of an employer to a person in his employment shall not be governed by this section, [this means workers compensation applies]

Disclaimer:
The article or any of the articles in this series may not be and should not be constituted as legal advice. Each case has its own merits and differs from the other. The facts used are based on the information disseminated on Late Dangol’s case in different US and International Medias. Writer does not claim responsibility for any action arising out of the academic research nor it is an intent or attempt to defame, libel or slander.

 

The writer is exercising his First Amendment Right to Speech.

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Thank you, Santoshgiri-ji, for raising this issue. It would be better if the Nepali lawyers residing in this country could find some legal ways of dealing with such crises so that the victims' "immediate" family members could  get some relief. May such situations never come to our Nepali brothers and sisters [and to no one]!!!
 
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Thank you for this information. Actually, i never know about this....even i did not think about it. You made my eye-open. Thank you.
 
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MA राज्य मा पीड़ित व पीड़ित को परिवारजन ले ५ दिन भीत्र निम्न कार्यालयमा सूचना दिए $२५,००० सम्म को क्ष्यतिपुर्ती दिने ब्यवस्था पनी रहेछ | हरेक घटना भिन्ना भिन्नै प्रकृतिका हुने हुदा, राम्ररी बुझी अगाड़ी सर्न उपयुक्त हुन्छ |


STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
VICTIM COMPENSATION DIVISION

Victims of Violent Crime Compensation


Violent
crime impacts every aspect of a person’s life.   The resulting physical
and psychological injuries can affect a person’s ability to work, go to
school, and meet their own individual goals and aspirations.   Often
victims may require treatment to address the injuries caused by the
violent acts of another.   The monetary expenses incurred – after
losing a loved one, for medical and dental care, for psychological
assistance, and by injuries resulting in an inability to work – should
not serve to further victimize those who are affected by violent
crime. 

Through the Victim Compensation Division, the Attorney
General’s Office is able to provide financial assistance to eligible
victims of violent crime for uninsured medical and dental care, mental
health counseling, funeral and burial costs, and loss of income or
financial support as a result of crime-related injury.  Our division
uses funds obtained from perpetrators, and can assist with expenses up
to a maximum of $25,000 per crime. 
Experienced staff within this
division will assist victims in understanding their rights as a crime
victim, determining what expenses may be eligible for compensation, and
assessing what other resources are available to assist them
.

If
you or a loved one has been the victim of violent crime, please contact
the Victim Compensation staff at the Office of Attorney General Martha
Coakley for further assistance, at (617) 727-2200.  For further
information about victim rights and victim services, visit the Reporting a Violent Crime section of our website.

Who is eligible?

  • Victims of violent crime occurring in Massachusetts
  • Dependents and family members of homicide victims
  • Any person responsible for the funeral expenses of a homicide victim

What are the requirements?

  • The crime must have been reported to police within five days unless there is good cause for delay.
  • You
    must cooperate with law enforcement officials in the investigation and
    prosecution of the crime unless there is a reasonable excuse not to
    cooperate.
  • You must apply for compensation within three years
    of the crime.  Victims under the age of 18 at the time of the crime may
    apply until age 21, or later in certain limited circumstances.

What expenses are covered?

To the extent insurance or other funds do not cover your expenses, you may be reimbursed for:

  • Medical and dental expenses (including equipment, supplies and medications)
  • Counseling
    expenses (for victims, for family members of homicide victims, and for
    children who witness violence against a family member)
  • Funeral/burial costs up to $4,000
  • Lost wages (for victims only)
  • Loss of financial support (for dependents of homicide victims)
  • Homemaker expenses
  • Expenses not covered: property losses, compensation for pain and suffering, and all other losses

To Apply

Complete
the "Application For Crime Victim Compensation" and return it to the
Victim Compensation and Assistance Division for verification.

Office of Attorney General Martha Coakley
Victim Compensation & Assistance Division
One Ashburton Place, 19th floor
Boston, MA 02108-1698
(617) 727-2200
(617) 742-6262 fax

In general, you will receive a decision 4 to 6 months later.  Your claim can be reopened for future expenses.

 
अमेरिकाका अन्य राज्यहरुमा पनी महान्याधिवाक्ताको कार्यालय बाट राहत उपलब्ध हुने गरेको छ | हेर्नुश

National Association of
Crime Victim Compensation Boards

Crime
Victim Compensation Programs


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National Association of
Crime Victim Compensation Boards

Crime
Victim Compensation Programs



All States Contact List – September 1, 2009



 









Alabama



Cassie
Jones, Executive Director



Alabama Crime Victims Compensation
Commission



P.O. Box 231267



Montgomery, AL  36123-1267



(334)
290-4420    FAX: (334) 290-4455



1-800-541-9388
(victims only)



www.acvcc.state.al.us



 



Alaska



Kate
Hudson, Administrator



Violent
Crimes Compensation Board



P.O. Box 110230



Juneau, AK  99811-0230



1-800-764-3040  FAX: (907) 465-2379



www.admin.state.ak.us/Vccb.htm



 



Arizona



Tony
Vidale, Manager



Arizona Criminal Justice Commission



1110 W. Washington St.,
Suite 230



Phoenix, AZ  85007



(602)
364-1146    FAX: (602) 364-1175



1-877-668-2252



www.acjc.state.az.us



 



Arkansas



Avis Lane, Administrator



Crime
Victims Reparations Board



Office
of the Attorney General



323 Center St., Suite 600



Little Rock, AR  72201



(501)
682-1020    FAX: (501) 682-5313/683-5569



1-800-448-3014
(in-state)



www.ag.state.ar.us



 



California



Julie
Nauman, Executive Officer



Victim
Compensation and Government Claims Board



P.O. Box 48



Sacramento, CA  95812-0048



1-800-777-9229    FAX: (916) 491-6420



www.vcgcb.ca.gov



 



Colorado



Anthony
Tilger, Victim Compensation Administrator



Office
for Victims Programs



Division
of Criminal Justice



700 Kipling St., Suite 1000



Denver, CO  80215



(303)
239-4493    FAX: (303) 239-5743



www.dcj.state.co.us/ovp



 



Connecticut



Linda
Cimino, Director



Joanna
Buikus, Compensation



Office
of Victim Services



Connecticut Judicial Branch



225
Spring St., 4th floor



Wethersfield, CT  06109



(860)
263-2761    FAX: (860) 263-2780



1-888-286-7347
(in-state)



www.jud.ct.gov/crimevictim



 



Delaware



Barbara
Brown, Director



Violent
Crimes Compensation Board



240 N. James St., Suite 203



Wilmington, DE  19804



(302)
995-8383   FAX: (302) 995-8387



1-800-464-4357
(in-state)



1-800-273-9500



http://courts.delaware.gov/vccb/



 



District of Columbia



Laura
Banks Reed, Director



Crime
Victims Compensation Program



D.C.
Superior Court



515 5th St.,
N.W., #104



Washington, DC  20001



(202)
879-4216    FAX: (202) 879-4230



www.dccourts.gov/dccourts/superior/cvcp.jsp



 



Florida



Gwen
Roache, Compensation Bureau Chief



Division
of Victim Services and Criminal Justice Programs



Office
of the Attorney General



The Capitol PL-01



Tallahassee, FL  32399-1050



(850)
414-3300    FAX: (850) 487-1595/413-0633



1-800-226-6667
(victims only)



http://myfloridalegal.com/victims



 



Georgia



Shawanda
Reynolds-Cobb, Division Director



Nicole
Jenkins, Compensation Director



Crime
Victim Compensation Program



Criminal
Justice Coordinating Council



104 Marietta St., Suite 440



Atlanta, GA  30303



(404)
657-1956    FAX: (404) 657-1957



1-800-547-0060
(victims only)



1-877-231-6590



www.state.ga.us/cjcc



 



Hawaii



Pamela
Ferguson-Brey, Executive Director



Crime
Victims Compensation Commission



1136
Union Mall, Suite 600



Honolulu, HI  96813-2711



(808)
587-1143  FAX: (808) 587-1146



www.hawaii.gov/cvcc



 



Idaho



George
Gutierrez, Bureau Chief



Crime
Victims Compensation Program



Idaho Industrial Commission



317 Main St.



Boise, ID  83720-0041



(208)
334-6080   FAX: (208) 332-7599



1-800-950-2110



www.iic.idaho.gov/cv/crimevictims.htm



 



 



 



 



 



 



Illinois



(vacant),
Administrator



Illinois Court of Claims



630
South College



Springfield, IL  62756



(217)
782-7101  FAX: (217) 524-8968



 



Cindy
Hora, Chief



Crime
Victim Services Division



Corey-Anne
Gulkewicz, Bureau Chief



Crime
Victim Compensation



Office
of the Attorney General



100
W. Randolph, 13th
floor



Chicago, IL  60601



(312)
814-2581  FAX: (312) 814-4231



1-800-223-3368



www.ag.state.il.us/victims/cvc.html



 



Indiana



Sandy
Warren, Director



Violent
Crime Victim Compensation Fund



101
W. Washington, Suite
1107



Indianapolis, IN  46204



(317)
232-2927   FAX: (317) 233-3912



1-800-353-1484



www.in.gov/cji/



 



Iowa



Marti
Anderson. Division Director



Robert
Wheeler, Administrator



Crime
Victim Assistance Division, Dept. of Justice



321 E. 12th St., Room 018



Des Moines, IA  50319



(515)
281-5044    FAX: (515) 281-8199



1-800-373-5044



www.state.ia.us/government/ag/cva.html



 



Kansas



Frank
Henderson, Jr., Executive Director



Crime
Victims Compensation Board



120 S.W. 10th
Ave.
, 2nd floor



Topeka, KS  66612-1597



(785)
296-2359   FAX: (785) 296-0652



www.ksag.org/content/page/id/117



 



Kentucky



Virginia
Woodward, Director



Crime
Victims Compensation Board



130 Brighton Park Blvd.



Frankfort, KY
40601-3714



(502)
573-2290       FAX: (502) 573-4817



1-800-469-2120



www.cvcb.ky.gov



 



Louisiana



Robert
Wheeler, Deputy Assistant Director



Linda
Gautier, Program Manager



Crime
Victims Reparations Board



1885 Wooddale Blvd., Suite
708



Baton Rouge, LA  70806



(225)
925-4437     FAX: (225) 925-1998



1-888-6-Victim
(in-state)



www.lcle.state.la.us/programs/cvr.asp



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



Maine



Deborah
Shaw Rice, Director



Victims’
Compensation Program



Office
of the Attorney General



State
House Station #6



Augusta, ME  04333



(207)
624-7882       FAX: (207) 624-7730



1-800-903-7882
(in-state, victims only)



www.maine.gov/ag/?r=crimeandvictims



 



Maryland



Robin
Woolford, Executive Director



Criminal
Injuries Compensation Program



Suite 206, Plaza Office
Center



6776 Reisterstown Road



Baltimore, MD  21215-2340



(410)
585-3010      FAX: (410) 764-3815



1-888-679-9347



www.dpscs.state.md.us/victimservs/vs_cicb.shtml



 



Massachusetts



Sandra
Clark, Acting Division Chief



Victim
Compensation and Assistance Division



Office
of the Attorney General



One Ashburton Place



Boston, MA  02108



(617)
727-2200     FAX: (617) 742-6262



www.ago.state.ma.us/sp.cfm?pageid=1657



 



Michigan



Janine
Washburn, Compensation Manager



Crime
Victims Services Commission



320 S. Walnut St.



Lansing, MI  48913



(517)
373-7373     FAX: (517) 334-9942



www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,7-132-2940_3184_8579---,00.html



 



Minnesota



Marie
Bibus, Director



Crime
Victims Reparations Board



445 Minnesota St., Suite 2300



St. Paul, MN  55101



(651)
201-7300     FAX: (651) 296-5787



1-888-622-8799



www.dps.state.mn.us/ojp/



 



Mississippi



Janet
Kennedy, Director



Crime
Victim Compensation Program



Office
of the Attorney General



P.O. Box 220



Jackson, MS  39205



(601)
359-6766     FAX: (601) 576-4445



1-800-829-6766



www.ago.state.ms.us/divisions/crime_victim/cvcp.php



 



Missouri



Susan
Sudduth, Program Manager



Crime
Victims’ Compensation Unit



Dept.
of Public Safety



P.O. Box 3001



Jefferson City, MO  65102



(573)
526-6006     FAX: (573) 526-4940



1-800-347-6681
(victims only)



www.dolir.state.mo.us/wc/cv_help.htm



 



 



 



 



Montana



Kathy
Matson, Program Officer



Crime
Victims Compensation Program



P.O. Box 201410



Helena, MT  59620-1410



(406)
444-3653     FAX: (406) 444-4303



1-800-498-6455
(in-state)



www.doj.mt.gov/victims/victimcompensation.asp



 



Nebraska



Michael
Behm, Executive Director



Crime
Victims Reparations Program



Commission
on Law Enforcement



P.O. Box 94946



Lincoln, NE  68509



(402)
471-2194     FAX: (402) 471-2837



www.ncc.state.ne.us



 



Nevada



Bryan
Nix, Coordinator



Victims
of Crime Program



2200
S. Rancho, Suite 130



Las Vegas, NV  89102



(702)
486-2740     FAX: (702) 486-2825



4600
Kietzke, Building I, Suite
205



Reno, NV  89502



(775)
688-2900     FAX: (775) 688-2912



www.voc.nv.gov



 



New Hampshire



Bette
Jane Riordan, Coordinator



Victims’
Assistance Commission



33 Capitol St.



Concord, NH  03301-6397



(603)
271-1284     FAX: (603) 271-6804



1-800-300-4500
(in-state)



www.doj.nh.gov/victim/compensation.html



 



New Jersey



Marsetta
Lee, Director



Victims
of Crime Compensation Board



50 Park Place, 6th fl.



Newark, NJ  07102



(973)
648-2107     FAX: (973) 648-3937/7031



1-800-242-0804



www.njvictims.org



 



New Mexico



Larry
Tackman, Director



Crime
Victims Reparation Commission



8100 Mountain Road, N.E.,
Suite 106



Albuquerque, NM  87110-7822



(505)
841-9432     FAX: (505) 841-9437



1-800-306-6262
(victims only)



www.state.nm.us/cvrc



 



New York



Tina
Stanford, Chair



Crime
Victims Board



55 Hanson Pl., 10th floor



Brooklyn, NY  11217



(718)
923-4325     FAX: (718) 923-4347



1 Columbia Circle, Suite
200



Albany, NY  12203-6383



(518)
457-8727     FAX: (518) 457-8658



65
Court St., Room 308



Buffalo, NY  14202



(716)
847-7948    FAX: (716) 847-7995



www.cvb.state.ny.us



 



North Carolina



Janice
Carmichael, Director



Crime
Victims Compensation Program



4703
Mail Service Center



Raleigh, NC  27699-4703



(919)
733-77974   FAX: (919) 715-4209



1-800-826-6200
(in-state only, victims only)



www.nccrimecontrol.org/vjs



 



North Dakota



Paul
Coughlin, Administrator



Crime
Victims Compensation Program



Box 5521



Bismarck, ND  58506-5521



(701)
328-6195   FAX: (701) 328-6186



1-800-445-2322
(in-state)



www.nd.gov/docr/parole/victim_comp.htm



 



Ohio



Jennifer
Day, Assistant Attorney General



Victims
of Crime Compensation Program



150 East Gay St., 25th fl.



Columbus, OH  43215



(614)
466-5610    FAX: (614) 752-2732



1-800-582-2877/1-877-584-2846



www.ag.state.oh.us/victim/compensation.asp



 



Oklahoma



Suzanne
Breedlove, Administrator



Crime
Victims Compensation Board



421
N.W. 13th, Suite
290



Oklahoma City, OK  73103



(405)
264-5006  FAX: (405) 264-5097



1-800-745-6098



www.ok.gov/dac



 



Oregon



Cynthia
Stinson, Director



Rebecca
Shaw, Compensation Manager



Crime
Victims Assistance Section,



  Department of Justice



1162
Court St., N.E.



Salem, OR  97301-4096



(503)
378-5348    FAX: (503) 378-5738



www.doj.state.or.us/crimev/comp.shtml



 



Pennsylvania



Lynn
Shiner, Manager



Victims
Compensation Assistance Program



P.O. Box 1167



Harrisburg, PA  17108-1167



(717)
783-5153    FAX: (717) 787-4306



1-800-233-2339



www.pccd.state.pa.us



 



Puerto Rico



(vacant),
Director



Office
for Crime Victims Compensation



P.O. Box 9020192



San Juan, PR  00902-0192



(787)
641-7480    FAX: (787) 641-7477



www.justicia.gobierno.pr/rs_template/v2/CompVic/



 



Rhode Island



Judith
A. Farley, Administrator



Crime
Victim Compensation Program



40 Fountain St., 1st floor



Providence, RI  02903-1856



(401)
222-8590    FAX: (401) 222-4577



www.treasury.state.ri.us/crimevictim/



South Carolina



Larry
Barker, Director



State
Office of Victim Assistance



1205 Pendleton St., Room 401



Columbia, SC  29201



(803)
734-1900    FAX: (803) 734-4039



1-800-220-5370
(in-state, victims only)



www.sova.sc.gov



 



South Dakota



Cynthia
Greving, Manager



Crime
Victims’ Compensation Program



700
Governor’s Drive



Pierre, SD  57501-2291



(605)
773-6317    FAX: (605) 773-6834



1-800-696-9476
(in-state only)



www.sd.victims.com



 



Tennessee



Amy
Dunlap, Claims Supervisor



Criminal
Injuries Compensation Program



Andrew Jackson
Building
, 9th floor



Nashville, TN  37243-0243



(615)
741-2734    FAX: (615) 532-4979



www.tennessee.gov/treasury/injury/



 



Texas



Herman
Millholland, Division Chief



Crime
Victim Services Division



Gene
McCleskey, Director



Crime
Victim Compensation Program,



  Office of the Attorney General



P.O. Box 12198, Capitol Station



Austin, TX  78711-2198



(512)
936-1200    FAX: (512) 320-8270



1-800-983-9933



www.oag.state.tx.us/victims/victims.html



 



Utah



Mel
Wilson, Director



Office
of Crime Victim Reparations



350
East 500 South, Suite
200



Salt Lake City, UT  84111



(801)
238-2360    FAX: (801) 533-4127



1-800-621-7444



www.crimevictim.utah.gov



 



Vermont



Judy
Rex, Executive Director



Center
for Crime Victim Services



Carol
Morgan, Director



Victims
Compensation Program



58 South Main St.



Waterbury, VT  05676



(802)
241-1250    FAX: (802) 241-1253



1-800-750-1213
(in-state only)



1-800-845-4874
(TTY, in-state only)



www.ccvs.state.vt.us



 



Virginia



Mary
Vail Ware, Director



Criminal
Injuries Compensation Fund



P.O. Box 26927



Richmond, VA  23261



(804)
367-1018    FAX: (804) 378-4390



1-800-552-4007



www.cicf.state.va.us



 



 



 



Virgin Islands



Nataki
Finch Richards, Administrator



Criminal
Victims Compensation Commission



Knud
Hansen Complex, Building A



1303
Hospital Ground



Charlotte Amalie, VI  00802



(340)
774-0930, ext. 4104  FAX: (340) 774-3466



 



Washington



Cletus
Nnanabu, Manager



Crime
Victim Compensation Program



P.O. Box 44520



Olympia, WA  98504-4520



(360)
902-5355    FAX: (360) 902-5333



1-800-762-3716



www.lni.wa.gov/claimsins/crimevictims/default.asp



 



West Virginia



Cheryle
Hall, Court Clerk



Crime
Victims Compensation Fund



1900 Kanawha Blvd., East. Room W-334



Charleston, WV  25305-0610



(304)
347-4850    FAX: (304) 347-4915



1-877-562-6878



www.legis.state.wv.us/joint/victims/main.cfm



 



Wisconsin



Janice
L. Cummings, Executive Director



Office
of Crime Victims Services



Kathy
Zupan, Director



Crime
Victim Compensation Program



P.O. Box 7951



Madison, WI  53707-7951



(608)
264-9497    FAX: (608) 264-6368



1-800-446-6564



www.doj.state.wi.us/cvs/programs/cvc.asp



 



Wyoming



Julie
Tennant-Caine, Director



Division
of Victim Services,



  Office of the Attorney General



122 West 25th
St.
, Herschler Bldg., 1st floor West



Cheyenne, WY  82002



(307)
777-7200   FAX: (307) 777-6683



http://vssi.state.wy.us



 



National
Association of Crime Victim Compensation Boards



Dan
Eddy, Executive Director



P.O. Box 7054



Alexandria, VA  22307



(703)
780-3200    FAX: (703) 780-3261



www.nacvcb.org



 



Source: http://www.nacvcb.org/index.html



 



 




 


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