legal injury

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any harm or injury resulting from a violation of a legal right


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Second, they insist that the claimant's legal injury is not the only source of the ultimate recovery; the attorney also contributes income-generating assets--effort and expertise--without which the claimant would not likely prevail.
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The dangerous patient can promote both physical and legal injury.
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