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.

WHAT KIND OF FINANCIAL HELP MAY BE AVAILABLE ?
Injury-related expenses that a person must legally pay and other eligible losses that can be proved with supporting papers and other evidence.

For the injured person:
• Hospital bills and medical expenses.
• Loss of earnings, rehab and remedial services.
• Counseling for the injured person and family members.
• Replacement services needed because of the person’s injury