BF Indemnisation offers a wide range of services relating to the Crime Victims Compensation Act and the Act to promote good citizenship (IVAC). Depending on your needs and of the complexity of your case, we can fully manage your file, advise you, or process your claims and challenge IVAC decisions. In addition, a lawyer will defend your rights during conciliation meeting negotiations, as well as represent you before the Administrative Court of Quebec.
Only a minority of the population is aware that it is possible to receive financial compensation when you are a crime victim or when you are injured during an act of good citizenship, pursuant to the Crime Victims Compensation Act and the Act to promote good citizenship. In fact, a person injured in these events has the right to receive the care needed to recover from the injury, and to receive compensation for lost wages due to an inability to work. Monetary compensation may be granted if the person is found to have permanent damage limiting him in his daily routine or in the performance of his work.
Do not be surprised if you receive documentation from the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST) when you open a file with IVAC. Chiefly, the Direction de l’indemnisation des victimes d’actes criminels (IVAC) reports to the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CSST), but the same laws do not apply. However, the compensation they provide is more or less the same.
To obtain the fair compensation you are entitled to, call upon our team of professionals specialized in compensation claims that will be able to help and guide you though the administrative and legal process.Contact us