Criminal Injuries Compensation Board

The Criminal Injuries (Compensation) Board (CICB), a division of the Ministry of Legal Affairs. ​ Here, you will find all the necessary information and resources related to applying for compensation for criminal injuries.

One of the key documents you will need to familiarize yourself with is the New Application CICB Checklist. ​ This checklist outlines all the mandatory requirements that must be fulfilled in order to ensure a smooth and timely processing of your application. ​ It is crucial to carefully review and complete every aspect of this list to avoid any delays in the application process. ​

Are you an injured person seeking compensation for your injuries? ​ 

Look no further than the Application by Injured Person with Respect to Compensation Payable to Him/Her. ​ This comprehensive form, provided by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, ensures that all necessary information is collected to expedite the consideration of your application. ​ The form requires the applicant to provide personal information, details of the injury, medical reports, and other relevant information. The form also includes authorization for the release of information from doctors, dentists, hospitals, the Bermuda Police Service, and employers. ​ The form must be completed in full and submitted within one year of the date of the injury. ​

To apply for compensation on behalf of dependents of a deceased person, you must complete the Application on Behalf of Dependents of a Deceased Person with Respect to the Compensation Payable to such Dependents form. ​ 

  1. The application must be completed in full and submitted within one year of the date of injury or death. ​ 
  2. In order to apply, you will need to provide personal information about the deceased, including their name, address, age, and occupation at the time of the incident. ​ 
  3. You will also need to provide details about the circumstances that caused the injury, the nature of the injury, and any hospital or dental treatment received. ​ 
  4. Additionally, you will need to provide information about the deceased's earnings, any benefits or compensation received as a result of the injury, and any previous applications for compensation. ​ 
  5. The application must be signed and dated, and you must agree to provide any necessary documentation and authorize relevant parties to release information to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board. ​
CICB Checklist (282.25 KB)