R (KS) v FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL  UKUT 281 The Applicant applied to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, and received compensation of £1875 for minor facial disfigurement and minor scarring to her lower limbs. She applied for a review arguing that she had post traumatic stress disorder. That was refused on the grounds that she had not provided supporting evidence. The letter of refusal was sent on the 24th August 2010, but she did not lodge her appeal until October 2011. The First Tier Tribunal refused to admit her appeal, and she was given permission to apply for judicial review. Full report here.
R(KS) V FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL (CIC)  UKUT 281 The Applicant applied to the CICA for compensation arising out of an assault on the 11th August 2004 and received compensation for minor physical injuries. She applied for a review, arguing that she had post traumatic stress disorder but was turned down on the grounds that she had no psychiatric evidence. Its letter notifying her of its decision was dated the 24th August 2010, and she had a right of appeal. However she did not lodge her appeal until October 2011. Full report here.
R (VAA) v FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL  UKUT 36 The Applicant challenged a decision of the FTT concerning a claim made to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, which refused his request for an extension of time to appeal from the Authority’s review decision rejecting his claim. He had made his claim under the 2001 Scheme, but was turned down, and so he applied for a review. The decision under review was sent to him by letter on the 19th September 2007 rejecting his claim. Full report here.
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