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CICA time limit calculator

Criminal Injuries time limit calculator

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA), require claims to be submitted within two years of the incident suffered.

Many victims of crime do not know there is a 2 year time limit to bring a claim for criminal injuries compensation. The CICA have created a number of exceptions to their 2 year rule. This criminal injuries calculator applies the CICA time limit rules and exceptions, so you can see if you are eligible to apply for compensation.

Please complete the criminal injuries time limit calculator details below to see if you are could apply for compensation.

CICA time limit calculator

Claim type

  • Date incident reported to the police:

    Date the period of abuse was reported to the police:

  • Date of Birth

result range

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