Physical injury definition

Physical injury means substantial physical pain or any impairment of physical condition;
Physical injury means damage to any bodily tissue to the extent that the tissue must undergo a healing process in order to be restored to a sound and healthy condition, or damage to any bodily tissue to the extent that the tissue cannot be restored to a sound and healthy condition, or damage to any bodily tissue which results in the death of the person who has sustained the damage.
Physical injury means physical pain, illness, or any impairment of physical

Examples of Physical injury in a sentence

  • Two potential environmental effects were identified – Change in Risk of Mortality or Physical Injury and Change in Habitat Quality and Use.


More Definitions of Physical injury

Physical injury means death or permanent or temporary disfigurement or impairment of any bodily organ or function.
Physical injury means the impairment of physical condition.
Physical injury means death, permanent or temporary disfigurement, or impairment of any bodily
Physical injury means death or permanent or temporary disfigurement or impairment of any bodily organ or function by other than accidental means any impairment of physical condition by other than accidental means.
Physical injury means any harm to a child including but not limited to disfigurement, impairment of any bodily organ, skin bruising if greater in magnitude than minor bruising associated with reasonable corporal punishment, bleeding, burns, fracture of any bone, subdural hematoma or substantial malnutrition;
Physical injury means impairment of physical condition or pain;
Physical injury means damage to bodily tissue caused by nontherapeutic conduct,