Apologies for asking for assistance here, but this is an abnormal situation for us Navy chaps and it's an extremely rare occurence. The short dit is that on the particular pay section I look after, there is a sailor who has been laid up in Headly Court for well over a year due to massive injuries. (The crux is that he's barely functioning, but is still alive.) Both of his parents have given up work so that they can care for him and, as a result, this has left them all living on the really meagre wages of a junior sailor. Because I don't like the idea of this guy and his family being seen off, I was hoping that there was at least something that the parents could at least claim back. I have heard that there is something knocking around, but because this is such a rare thing for the Navy to deal with, none of my colleagues are able to give me any kind of answer apart from "JSP 752" The rest of the background I can give you is this: The lad was injured in a car accident over a weekend, yet was not on leave and was given permission to go home by his Divisional Officer, so he wasn't AWOL. The reports that I have been able to see do not suggest any drink or drugs were involved. His parents travel to Headley Court on a daily basis. At present, this is the only information that I've been able to provide without having to divulge any personal details. My real question is that I know there is something to cover this, but where on earth can I find it? I've scoured through the JSP 752 and can't find anything, unless there's something I've missed? If not the 752, then is it contained within some DIN or circular that I'm not aware of? Any assistance will be gratefully received.