It confirmed it had received 650 compensation claims relating to the 2005 London bombings, and that seven people were still awaiting settlement.
A CICA spokesman said it was “committed to resolving applications as quickly and sensitively as possible”.
The fifth anniversary of the attacks will be marked on Wednesday.
Four suicide bombers killed 52 people when they detonated devices on three Tube trains and a bus in London.
Some of the payouts are understood to have been for the maximum £500,000 payable under the criminal injuries compensation scheme. Read more…