Criminal Injuries Compensation Board


If you were a victim of a violent crime, you might apply for a government compensation. If you are hospitalized as a result of violence such as knife stabbing, gun shots, or if you sustained serious injuries as a result of crime, please call us!


In April, the Government of Ontario announced plans to transition the responsibilities covered by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB) into a new one-window access system for victims seeking financial assistance.


As part of this transition, the CICB will continue to accept applications until 11:59pm on September 30, 2019. As of October 1, 2019, individuals seeking compensation for costs that result from being a victim of crime should contact the Victim Quick Response Program + (VQRP+).


As of October 1, 2019, applications for compensation, requests for review hearings or applications to vary an order for compensation can no longer be filed with the CICB. The CICB will continue to process all applications for compensation, requests for review hearings, and applications to vary an order for compensation received on or before September 30, 2019 according to its regular processes.


As of October 1, 2019, any appeals arising from applications can no longer be commenced with the Divisional Court. All appeals filed with the Divisional Court by September 30, 2019 will continue in its regular course.


The Compensation for Victims of Crime Act (CVCA) will be amended effective October 1, 2019, to include the following section:


4.1 (1) Despite anything to the contrary in this Act, on and after the day section 1 of Schedule 11 to the Protecting What Matters Most Act (Budget Measures), 2019 comes into force, no person may,


(a) make an application for compensation under section 5;

(b) request a hearing and review under section 10;

(c) commence an appeal under section 23; or

(d) make an application for variation under section 25.


Victim Quick Response Program + (VQRP+) offers improved supports to help cover emergency and essential expenses, funerals and counselling costs. The program is for victims and families whose lives have been impacted by violence, including intimate partner violence, human trafficking, homicide, and hate crimes.

For more information about this please call us!

Scope of Practise

1. Planning The Case

2. Evaluate Situation2. Car Passanger’s Injures

3. File The Case To The Court

4. Gather More Information

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Denis Chubar graduated from RUDN University (Moscow, Russia) with High Honors in 2007. He holds a Master’s Degree in Law and Public Administration (with High Honors) and has a diploma as an Interpreter from German Language (with Honors). He also has a Paralegal Diploma from Seneca College. He is certified in Alternative Dispute Resolution and a Member in Good Standing of the Law Society of Ontario. Denis Chubar’s detail-oriented approach leaves no stone unturned and allows him to achieve great results for his clients when negotiating with the insurance company and at tribunal.

When not in the middle of a tribunal or arbitration hearing, Denis enjoys travelling or reading.

Denis has an expertise in car accident claims and Tribunal Hearings, Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, Human Rights Tribunal and Small Claims Court.