And in a Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) case, an NUT member from the Midlands was awarded pounds 172,676 after being punched in the head by a pupil's parent.
What does CICA stand for?
CICA stands for Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Daily Mail, on the same day, carried a report on the thousands of pounds paid out in compensation to criminals, some for injuries sustained while fleeing the scene of their crime, courtesy of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
Every year, prisoners claim around pounds 5million from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
The Daily Mail said Huntley was seeking £20,000 for injuries, £60,000 for authorities failing in their duty of care and £15,000 through the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) originally awarded her more than pounds 8,800, later increased to pounds 12,177.
His mother Renai Williams said the Tribunals Service ruled in her favour despite the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) twice refusing to pay out as it disputed whether such a young child could be guilty of a crime of violence.
Crime victims have always faced deductions from the cash they receive from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority if they have previous criminal convictions.
All I got from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority was pounds 7,671.