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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

an act that is not just

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In maxillofacial area upper third of face was most frequent site to receive gunshot and ballistic injuries as 10 patients received injuries to upper face which measures about 19.
Because surgical intervention looks to evidence-based practice to improve patient care, it is important to determine the causes of hand injuries in this environment.
Marrita Murphy challenged the constitutionality of taxing damages for nonphysical injuries.
During the 2005 high school football season, a total of three cervical cord injuries were recorded, leaving behind an incomplete neurological picture.
The $70,000 was awarded for nonphysical injuries and, thus, was taxable under Sec.
In support of the process-of-nature rule, it has been argued that serious internal injuries often do not manifest themselves for a long time and injuries such as blood poisoning, which cannot disable without some lapse of time, would otherwise not be covered at all.
Included were injuries caused by someone other than the employer such as a visitor, outside contractor or a defective product.
acute subdural hematomas are among the most lethal of all head injuries.
But she left him when she learned the extent of his injuries.
JEFFREY STANTON, a principal with Pacific Northwest Ballet, has had very few injuries in his 17-year career other than minor foot problems and a shoulder injury.
104 excludes from income damages for personal physical injuries or physical sickness.
Given that March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, now might be an opportune time to evaluate how your organization screens for and handles people with brain injuries, especially since soldiers returning home from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan are showing higher rates of brain injuries than seen in previous wars.
Probably the most successful efforts at avoiding head and neck injuries are rule changes with strict enforcement.
Many tendon injuries are in fact tendinosis, and an understanding of the distinction can help you to identify one injury or the other and to adopt strategies for properly healing an injury such as Achilles tendinosis.