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injury

Law a violation or infringement of another person's rights that causes him harm and is actionable at law

injury

[′in·jə·rē]
(medicine)
A structural or functional stress or trauma that induces a pathologic process.
Damage resulting from the stress.
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2 However, warfare injuries are becoming a leading cause of vision loss among individuals involved in security forces where the protective clothing does protect the vital organs; chest and abdomen yet leave the face exposed and at risk of injury.
Demographic information including patients name, age, gender, rank, and date of injury was recorded.
Associated other injuries and cases admitted after 24 hours of injury were excluded.
A470 - deaths, two; serious injury, four; slight injury, 66; total, 72.
The taxpayer first argued that the damages she received should be excluded under section 104 because she suffered from physical manifestations of her emotional injury.
Players who use the top of their helmets to make a tackle, block, or otherwise strike opponents are at greatest risk for injury.
Stensen's duct injury is classified according to the anatomic site.
The court found that the awards (emotional distress and injury to professional reputation) were clearly for nonphysical injuries and ruled against her on this issue.
Under the process-of-nature rule for policy provisions requiring disability within a certain time frame ("immediately," "from the date of the accident," or "within 90 days"), the onset of disability relates back to the time of the accident (if the disabling injury arises directly from the accident during the course of nature).
The only requirement was that the injury occurred while on the job.
They expand very rapidly, leaving little room for the brain, and are associated with brain injury.
Eventually, the injury was diagnosed and Claudia was medically evacuated from Iraq.