33 CFR 25.121 - Effect of other payments to claimant.

§ 25.121 Effect of other payments to claimant.
The total amount to which the claimant may be entitled is normally computed as follows:
(a) The total amount of the loss, damage, or personal injury suffered for which the United States is liable, less any payment the claimant has received from the following sources:
(1) The military member or civilian employee who caused the incident;
(2) The military member's or civilian employee's insurer; and
(3) Any joint tort-feasor or insurer.
(b) No deduction is generally made for any payment the claimant has received by way of voluntary contributions, such as donations of charitable organizations.

Title 33 published on 2013-07-01

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