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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Full thickness muscle or tendon unit rupture, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make a substantial recovery within 26 weeks.

I am not entirely happy with the response and would like to afvs the statistics with regards to outcomes of reviews, reconsiderations and appeals at tribunal level.

Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned. Tendon or ligament rupture of finger, thumb or toe which has required, or is tarifff to require, operative treatment.

The Armed Forces and Reserve Forces (Compensation Scheme) Order

If the two most serious injuries are within different bands, the amount of GIP payable will be calculated using the band appropriate to the most serious injury. A lump sum is payable to the service person or former service person based on the tariff level for their injury ies.

Permanent physical disorder where symptoms and functional effects are well controlled by regular medication. Each consolidated version incorporates the effect of amendments to the scheme and shows the period to which it applies.

Fractured tooth which has required, or is expected to require, root resection. Complex injury to chest causing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction.

The payment takes into account your age, salary, the severity of your injuries, the pension you might have earned, the potential loss of promotions you might have gained and the pension you will also be paid. Partial loss of two or more fingers, other than thumb or index finger, from each hand.

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Applying the percentages to the descriptors forms the amount payable for each one. WhatDoTheyKnow also publishes and archives requests and responses, building a massive archive of information. This provision was introduced on 9 Mayhowever, if you moved to live permanently overseas before that date, taeiff claim can still be considered providing it is made within 1 year of the day this discretionary power was introduced.

Fracture or dislocation of index finger on both hands, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 13 weeks.

Septic arthritis or other pathology requiring arthrodesis or total joint replacement. Fracture or dislocation of two or more fingers, other than index, on both hands, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 13 weeks.

Radiologically confirmed osteoarthritis of both hips, both knees, both ankles, both shoulders, both elbows or both wrists caused by a repetitive or attrition injurycausing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction. This is the account you told us about on the claim form you sent us.

Fractures or dislocations of one toe other than great toe, on both feet, which have caused, or are expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction beyond 26 weeks. 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. Mental disorder, which has caused, or is expected to cause, functional limitation or restriction at 26 weeks, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 2 years.

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. Injury covering all or most of the area from thigh to ankle or shoulder to wrist, causing permanent significant functional limitation or restriction. For information on help completing claim forms is available [here] https: Loss of both hands wrist disarticulation or where amputation distal to that site has led to permanent total loss of use of both hands.

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Direct hernia which has required operative treatment. Blast injury to ears or acute acoustic trauma due to impulse noise with permanent sensorineural hearing loss in one ear of dB averaged over 1, 2 and 3kHz. Significant penetrating, or blunt, injury in one eye. Loss of one hand wrist disarticulation or where amputation distal to that site has led to permanent total loss of use of one hand. These reflect the effect of an injury on future promotion prospects.

Complex injury covering all or most of the area from thigh to ankle or shoulder to wrist, which has caused, or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction at 26 weeks, with substantial recovery beyond that date.

statistics on the number of receipients of level 6 (AFCS tariff table 3, item 1)

Fractured or dislocated patella of both knees which has caused, or is expected to cause, significant functional limitation or restriction at 6 weeks, from which the claimant has made, or is expected to make, a substantial recovery within 26 weeks. The latest available triff version of the legislation incorporating changes made by subsequent legislation and applied by our editorial team.

Injury to conus medullaris or cauda equina giving rise to complete paraparesis.