Bodily Injury


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Bodily Injury

Damage to a person's physical being. Examples include bruises, burns, lacerations, poisonings and so forth. Bodily injury may result from an accident, negligence or a deliberate effort. Causing bodily injury on purpose is a crime, while accidental and negligent harm may result in a lawsuit. See also: Bodily injury liability insurance.
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Although Warsaw's long-awaited replacement, the Montreal Convention, retains the "bodily injury" language, a close study of the treaty's history and, more importantly, the negotiations among the signatories' delegates suggests that the great majority of nations intended to broaden the allowable recovery beyond strict bodily injury and that many had in fact already interpreted the phrase to include mental injury.
However, after the recall, the listeria was found to be a listeria strain that did not cause bodily Injury in humans.
Sierra was charged with two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and two counts of assault and battery on a child causing bodily injury.
Three limits are shown to address each of the following: 1) bodily injury by accident--each accident (the most the insurer will pay for all claims arising out of any one accident, regardless of how many employee claims arise out of the accident.
Resulting in bodily injury to any employee in your employ;
The insurance industry's leading expert system, Colossus helps adjusters fairly and consistently evaluate bodily injury claims.
The Fourth District's decision in Gerlitz complies with "common sense" because few people would contend that a broken back does not qualify as a "serious bodily injury.
What is the difference between bodily injury liability coverage and medical payments coverage?
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However the airline appealed the ruling, claiming that the convention only covers bodily injury and that the girl had not been harmed physically.
Citing case law, Buchwald wrote that some types of bodily injury occur before the manifestation of any symptoms and noted there is no language in the occurrence-based policies that purports to limit coverage to injuries that become apparent during the policy period.
The Code of Best Practice on Rehabilitation, Early Intervention and Medical Treatment in Personal Injury Claims was one of the outcomes of the second UK bodily injury awards study.