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Title 28Chapter IPart 94Subpart A → Appendix

Title 28: Judicial Administration
Subpart A—International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program

Appendix to Subpart A of Part 94—International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program (ITVERP); Chart of Expense Categories and Limits

There are five major categories of expenses for which claimants may seek reimbursement under the ITVERP: (1) Medical expenses, including dental and rehabilitation costs; (2) Mental health care; (3) Property loss, repair, and replacement; (4) Funeral and burial costs; and (5) Miscellaneous expenses.

Expense categoriesSubcategories and conditions Expense limits
Medical expenses, including dental and rehabilitation costsVictim's medical care, including, without limitation, treatment, cure, and mitigation of disease or injury; replacement of medical devices, including, without limitation, eyeglasses or other corrective lenses, dental services, prosthetic devices, and prescription medication; and other services rendered in accordance with a method of healing recognized by the jurisdiction in which the medical care is administered.
Victim's cost for physiotherapy; occupational therapy; counseling; workplace, vehicle, and home modifications.
For example, if a victim were to sustain a physical injury, such as blindness or paralysis, which would affect his ability to perform current professional duties, physical rehabilitation to address work skills would be appropriate
Up to $50,000.
Mental health careVictim's (and, when victim is a minor, incompetent, incapacitated, or deceased, certain family members') mental health counseling costsUp to 12 months, but not to exceed $5,000.
Property loss, repair, and replacementIncludes crime scene cleanup, and replacement of personal property (not including medical devices) that is lost, destroyed, or held as evidenceUp to $10,000 to cover repair or replacement, whichever is less.
Funeral and burial costsIncludes, without limitation, the cost of disposition of remains, preparation of the body and body tissue, refrigeration, transportation of remains, cremation, procurement of a final resting place, urns, markers, flowers and ornamentation, costs related to memorial services, and other reasonably associated activitiesUp to $25,000.
Miscellaneous expensesIncludes, without limitation, temporary lodging up to 30 days, local transportation, telephone costs, etc.; with respect to emergency travel, two family members' transportation costs to country where incident occurred (or other location, as appropriate) to recover remains, care for victim, care for victim's dependents, accompany victim to receive medical care abroad, accompany victim back to U.S., and attend to victim's affairs in host countryUp to $15,000.

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