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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In pursuance of the National Financial Inclusion Strategy, the NFIS Technical Committee on Insurance (NFIS TCI) proposed certain amendments to the 1939 Act, which include Increasing the compensation limits from Rs 20,000 to 500,000, introduction of the 'no fault option' for payment of claims for death and bodily injuries, separate compensation limits for bodily injuries, and imposition of penalty for having bogus policies or not obtaining third party risk policy.
In pursuance of the National Financial Inclusion Strategy, the NFIS Technical Committee on Insurance (NFIS - TCI) proposed certain amendments to the 1939 Act, which include Increasing the compensation limits from Rs20,000 to 500,000, introduction of the 'no fault option' for payment of claims for death and bodily injuries, separate compensation limits for bodily injuries, and imposition of penalty for having bogus policies or not obtaining third party risk policy.
Furthermore, a schedule has been proposed to be inserted in the law to prescribe the enhanced limits for bodily injuries.
Contract notice: occupational accident insurance for all personnel of the municipal administration of ixelles and insurance of various bodily injuries
Furthermore, a schedule has been proposed to be inserted in the law to prescribe the enhanced limits for bodily injuries. To address the issue of bogus policies, the SECP has also proposed to impose heavy penalties.
sought coverage and a defense under a homeowner's policy issued by third-party defendant Harleysville Insurance Company (Harleysville) for a claim for bodily injuries inflicted on his girlfriend, plaintiff D.G., during a domestic violence incident.
This is under a comprehensive cover or for bodily injuries sustained by the insured if it is proved that the accident, death or bodily injury resulted from a willful act of the insured.' Capital Market Authority stated that the legislations are intended to enhance traffic safety and impose self-regulation to preserve safety of lives.
Accordingly, claims involving bodily injuries that fall under these hazards are subject to an aggregate limit.
-- Durden suffered bodily injuries while competing in the race.
The key question is whether the insured school is legally liable for the bodily injuries. If the school is held liable, there is no exclusion in the general liability policy that would prevent coverage.
This typically covers bodily injuries and property damages, up to the limits of the policy.
Trans World Airlines, a decision issued less than one year before Husserl, the court read "bodily injury" to require "palpable, objective bodily injuries." (74) The claimants, a Jewish mother and her two young children, were on the same hijacked flight as the Husserl claimant.