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(a) All applications for compensation shall be made on the form authorized by the board. In order for the board to consider the claim, the claimant must supply in full the information required by the board. Additional sheets may be used, as necessary, to complete descriptions of the injury, incident, or expenses. For minors, the mentally incompetent, or persons unable to make applications for compensation themselves, claims may be filed by a parent, guardian, or other individual authorized to administer the injured person's estate.
(b) The applicant shall submit those medical reports and examination results that are reasonably available. On the basis of their potential relative importance or material aid to the determination of the board, the board will order additional medical reports by an impartial medical expert concerning the previous medical history of the claimant, the injuries sustained by the claimant, or the death of the claimant, as well as any examinations of the claimant.
(c) The board will make application forms available at the board office and at all law enforcement agencies in the state.
(d) Proof of prior maintenance acceptable to the board must be filed in claims requesting reimbursement for expenses incurred in the death of a dependent victim.
History: Eff. 6/30/73, Register 46; am 12/20/75, Register 56; am 10/29/99, Register 152
Authority: AS 18.67.030
Editor's note: A person may obtain an application form by writing to the Violent Crimes Compensation Board at P.O. Box 111200, Juneau, AK, 99811-1200, by calling the board at (800) 764-3040, or by visiting the board's web site at www.admin.state.ak.us./Vccb.
As of Register 166 (July 2003), and acting under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), the regulations attorney relocated former 13 AAC 80.010 to 2 AAC 80.010, to reflect Executive Order 109 (2003). Executive Order 109 relocated the Violent Crimes Compensation Board from the Department of Public Safety to the Department of Administration. The history note for 2 AAC 80.010 carries forward the history from former 13 AAC 80.010.
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