Helping Crime Victims Pursue Civil Justice

The NCVBA provides technical support to attorneys representing crime victims in civil actions, refers crime victims to lawyers in their local area, and works to increase general awareness about the availability of civil remedies for victims of crime.

Membership Application 

In order to make appropriate referrals to crime victims, it is necessary that we have adequate information concerning each of our members and their practice. Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions.

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Contact Information

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Extra Information

  1. I will see clients after hours
  2. I will accept emergency cases
  3. I can advise victims concerning their rights in the criminal justice system


  1. I do not defend persons accused of violent crimes
  2. I do not work on behalf of insurance companies
  3. I am knowledgeable about helping victims receive government victim compensation
  4. I have represented crime victims in first party or third party civil cases
  5. How large is your firm?

  6. I am interested in representing victims of:

  7. I handle the following types of liability claims:

  8. I have experience with the following special issues:

  9. I am currently a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ)
  10. I am currently a member of my State Trial Lawyers Association
  11. In fee cases, how are you usually paid?

  12. I offer payment plans on hourly fees
  13. I am willing to consider doing pro bono work with crime victims on a case by case basis


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The National Center for Victims of Crime is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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