injury


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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

an act that is not just

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When stratified the nature of injury, there was no significant difference with the patient's age (p=0.
All patients included in the study received maxillofacial injuries amongst which 19 patients had no other injury which accounts for about 36.
Patients admitted with hand injury at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Trichy were included in the study.
M4 - deaths, two; serious injury, one; slight injury, 48; total, 51.
The Internal Revenue Code was amended in 1996 to provide that emotional distress is not treated as a physical injury or physical sickness for purposes of section 104; as a result all damages other than those for physical injury fall within the general inclusion rule of section 61.
The neck plays a significant role in football and acts as a shock absorber to prevent injury.
When a Stensen's duct injury is suspected, the duct may be cannulated and methylene blue may be gently injected into it.
Applying this analysis, the Murphy court ruled that damages received (1) solely as compensation for a personal injury (physical or nonphysical) and (2) not in lieu of something that is normally taxed, are not an accession to wealth and therefore not income under the 16th Amendment.
The injured part often lies dormant for an indefinite period, with but little or no consciousness of its existence by the person injured, although from the very moment of the accident, perhaps the process of nature may be busily engaged in developing what may have seemed to be but a slight hurt into a most serious and perhaps fatal injury.
Awards are limited to "disability or death" sustained while in the performance of the employee's duties due to injury or disease, but not caused willfully by the employee or by intoxication.
His head had no visible injury, but there were red marks on his back and shoulder, to which they applied ice packs.
A proud soldier, she doesn't want to get in trouble for making mistakes because of her brain injury.
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.
At the same time, every physical injury may not start with a physical blow.
Lauer, national director of affiliate relations for the Brain Injury Association of America, because the treatment modalities for brain injury can be very different than those for behavioral health disorders.