AFCS TARIFF PDF

The Armed Forces Compensation Scheme provides a lump sum payment for pain and suffering. The sum payable is based on the tariff level of. Compensation Scheme Order (AFCS) in force from 6 . “tariff” means the tables of injuries and amounts set out in Part 1 of Schedule 3;. I would like to know the amount of injured personnel currently receiving awards/ payments relating to level 6 (AFCS tariff table 3, item 1). Yours faithfully.

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Fracture of one femur, tibia, humerus, radius or ulna, with complications, which has caused, or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction beyond 52 weeks.

Traumatic spinal injury resulting in partial paresis of lower or upper limbs, or both, with substantial recovery, restoration of lower and upper limb motor and sensory function, including a useful ability to walk.

UC is being rolled out nationally and will be completed by Loss of both legs above or below knee not hip disarticulation or hemipelvectomy and one arm above or below elbow.

The Armed Forces and Reserve Forces (Compensation Scheme) Order 2011

We work to defend the right to FOI for everyone Help us protect your right to hold public authorities to account. Loss of one arm above elbow shoulder disarticulation or forequarter. Complex injury to abdomen, including pelvis or perineum, or both, causing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction. Veterans UK will conduct appropriate checks to confirm whether the entitlement criteria are met.

This is a tax free, index linked monthly payment which is paid from the day after service ends where a claim is made whilst still in service or from the date of claim if you claim after discharge. Shoulder joint instability not requiring operative treatment.

Physical disorder causing severe functional limitation or restriction where life expectancy is reduced, but is more than 5 years. Physical disorder which has caused, or is expected to cause, moderate functional limitation or restriction at 13 weeks, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 26 weeks.

Fractured heel of both feet which has caused, or is expected to affs, significant functional limitation or restriction beyond 26 weeks.

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The exceptions to this are the death is as a result of a late onset illness which was caused by service or as a result of tsriff injury for which an award at tariff levels has been previously made.

However, in some instances we may still be able to pay benefit and whilst considering your claim we will check whether any of these apply to you. Fracture of clavicle or scapula from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 26 weeks.

Fracture or dislocation of one finger, other than index, on both hands, which has caused, or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction at 13 weeks, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 26 weeks. Complex injury to chest, which has caused or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction at 26 weeks, with substantial recovery beyond that date.

Fracture of the skull with sub-dural or extra-dural haematoma which has required evacuation, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 26 weeks. Your letter or appeal form must be received by us within 12 months; starting with the day after the date on which the decision letter was sent to you this could be 12 months from the date of the original decision on your claim or 12 months from the date of a reconsideration of your claim.

Armed forces compensation: what you need to know

Dislocated jaw which has caused, or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction beyond 26 weeks. This means that your claim will be looked at again by a different assessing officer. Complex injury covering all or most of the area from thigh to knee, knee to ankle, shoulder to elbow or elbow to wrist, with complications, which has caused, or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction at 26 weeks, with substantial recovery beyond that date.

Fracture or dislocation of one hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow, or wrist, which has required, or is expected to require, arthrodesis, osteotomy or total joint replacement. However, there are certain things we need to know in order for us to gather evidence and to consider your claim accurately and reasonably.

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Complex injury covering all or most of the area from thigh to knee, knee to ankle, shoulder to elbow or elbow to wrist, causing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction.

The Armed Forces and Reserve Forces (Compensation Scheme) Order

For full details visit mysociety. Service personnel and veterans injured before or compensated for a less serious injury sustained since will be able to apply for PIP in taricf usual way. Physical disorder which has caused, or is expected to cause, severe functional limitation or restriction at 6 weeks, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 13 weeks. Loss of both arms where one loss is a shoulder disarticulation or forequarter loss, and the loss of the other arm is at any level.

Loss of two or more fingers, other than thumb or index finger, from one acfs.

Ligament injury which has resulted in full thickness rupture, affecting one knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow or wrist, causing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction. Yours sincerely, Afsc Fisher. A service man aged 23 is medically discharged from the RAF for injuries sustained in an RTA that was not caused by service but has an award at tariff level 8 under AFCS for loss of one eye due to a separate incident that was caused afs service.

Complex injury covering all or most of the area from thigh to ankle or shoulder to wrist, with complications, causing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction.

It is specifically designed to engage young personnel, complementing the more traditional methods of communication. A site to help anyone submit a Freedom of Information request. If following consideration within the 6 weeks Veterans UK does not appeal the decision, then the tribunal decision will be implemented immediately. Fractures or dislocations of both hips, both knees, both ankles, both shoulders, both elbows or both wrists which have caused, or are expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction beyond 26 weeks.

Thoracic spinal cord injury with partial paraparesis.