I use the word victim very loosely. You and only you are responsible for your safety. When you refuse to use basic common sense and place yourself in unsafe situations. You deserve any and all consequences.
For example, there is a category 3 hurricane on the way. Your area has been given a mandatory evacuating but instead of using common sense and getting the heck out of dodge you decide to "bunker" down and wait out the storm. Well, hunny I don't feel sorry for you if something happens to you. You aren't a victim, you're an ignorant fool. Furthermore, I think if you fail to use your common sense and place a minor in danger you should be charged accordingly. As well as, have to pay for any rescue attempts to save you.
Another example, You're driving a car. You've decided that wearing a seat belt is to uncomfortable for you. Then out of no where a drunk texting asshole hits you, you fly through your window and are paralyzed. I don't think the drunken idiot should be charged for your injuries or have to pay for them. Since you decided to place yourself in danger by not wearing a seat belt.Charged for drunk driving and texting sure but not for the injuries caused by your lack of sense to wear a safety device that has been proven to save lives.
Another example, you're out swimming in the middle of the night. There is no life guard and the under tow pulls you under. You aren't a victim of drowning, you're just a dumbass who failed to use common sense and paid the price. I feel no pity for you. Your family and loved ones, of course! But for you, nope!
I think people should be held accountable for their actions. You do something stupid, place yourself in an unsafe environment, you pay the price for it. You aren't a victim. Own up to your mistakes!