Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic, Department of Compensation
Tel: (420) 221997966
Fax : (420) 221997967
In Czech, Slovak or English.
The deciding authority will not accept documents in languages other than Czech, Slovak, or English (it will disregard them, and will invite the filing person to submit the claim or documents translated into one of the languages accepted); if it needs to provide for the translation of English documents, it will do so at its own cost.
The reimbursement for travelling costs is not granted.
The deciding authority does not provide for an interpreter.
A medical certificate from your place of residence will most likely be recognised.
The claim should be decided within 3 months.
In Czech or English.
By bringing administrative action in court.
Yes, at its own cost.
The largest non-governmental organisation to support victims of crime is Bílý kruh obětí (White Circle of Victims).
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