accidental injury


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Synonyms for accidental injury

an accident that results in physical damage or hurt

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There is currently no understanding or explanation from all partner agencies as to why Coventry has such a high rate of admission to hospital for accidental injury.
TABLE 1: FREQUENCY OF INVOLVEMENT OF INTRA-ORAL SITES IN ACCIDENTAL INJURY BY STUDY SUBJECTS DURING ROUTINE CLINICAL PRACTICE
The investigators used standard statistical methods to determine whether HIV itself affected intentional and accidental injury rates.
Employees who are offered disability insurance, critical illness insurance, accidental injury insurance or hospital indemnity insurance are nearly twice as likely to see how these products can help provide additional financial protection than workers who don't have these benefit options available.
The authors address, among other subjects: basic compensation features, development of workersE compensation, assaults, risks, the range of compensable consequences, accidental injury and disease, mental and nervous injury, employment status, benefits, exclusions and exemptions, employee misconduct, and employer misconduct.
While the number of accidental injuries and deaths in the UK may have been on the decline for many years, one accidental injury is one too many, and other awareness-raising opportunities will always be welcome.
The legislation proposes that no matter how many children are cared for, the ages of the children, or the venue, liability insurance should be carried by all licensed and registered child day care centers, including small day care centers, and group and family day care homes to further protect all parties in the case of accidental injury or property damage.
The city also came first for the amount of hospital admissions due to accidental injury, with 1,742.
Suicide, violence and accidental injury accounted for 28% of more than 4,000 deaths for which information was available.
WBA rules state that scorecards are used if an accidental injury ends the fight after the fourth round, and as all three judges had Khan winning every round he was declared winner by technical decision.
The differential diagnosis includes osteogenesis imperfecta, metabolic disorders and accidental injury.
Consultant ophthalmic pathologist Dr Richard Bomsheck told a jury: "For this to have been caused by accidental injury it would have to be severe and in the order of a head-on car crash.
The top 3 causes of child mortality from accidental injury are drowning, road traffic accidents and burns.
Upon the reporting of a workers' compensation claim, the claims specialist must obtain sufficient information to determine correctly whether proper insurance coverage existed for an employer at the time of an alleged employee's accidental injury, whether there existed an employer-employee relationship at the time of the alleged accidental injury, whether the claimed accidental injury itself is compensable, whether the claimed accidental injury occurred in the course and scope of employment, and whether the claimed accidental injury was and remains the legal and medical cause of the benefits claimed.
Government figures show children from poorer backgrounds, and especially the underfives, are at higher risk of accidental injury.