War Victims' Welfare Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The aim of war victims' welfare is to adequately compensate for or mitigate the consequences of the damage or loss of the spouse, parent, child or grandchild.

The war victims' welfare has the task of taking care of the injured and their family members as well as the bereaved in all situations of life. The aim is to adequately compensate for or mitigate the consequences of the damage or loss to the spouse, parent, child or grandchild.

War victims' welfare is granted in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Pension Act (BVG). It includes:

  • Medical treatment, exercises for the disabled and medical treatment (§§ 10 to 24a BVG),
  • Benefits of war victims' welfare (§§ 25 to 27j BVG),
  • Damaged pension (§§ 29 to 34 BVG) and care allowance (§ 35 BVG),
  • Funeral allowance (§ 36 BVG) and death grant (§ 37 BVG),
  • Survivor's pension (§§ 38 to 52 BVG),
  • Funeral allowance in the event of the death of surviving dependents (§ 53 BVG).
  • Notification copy of recognition under the Federal Supply Act or any other law that provides for the application of the Federal Pension Act,
  • proof of income,
  • evidence of ongoing obligations,
  • Proof of assets.

Hints

Further information on the welfare of war victims can also be found on the website of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (BMAS).

  • BMAS - War Victims' Welfare

§§ 25 et seq. act on the care of the victims of war (Federal Supply Act - BVG).

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  • §§ 25 ff. BVG

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