- fatal injury
n.An injury that causes death to its victim.
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fatal injury — A personal injury resulting in death. Provident Life & Acci. Ins. Co. v Johnson (Tex Civ App) 235 SW 650. See personal injury … Ballentine's law dictionary
fatal injury — mortal wound, deadly wound, lethal damage … English contemporary dictionary
fatal injury — A term embracing injuries resulting in death, which, as used in accident and disability insurance policies is distinguished from disability, which embraces injuries preventing the insured from performing the work in which he is usually employed,… … Black's law dictionary
fatal — fa·tal adj 1: causing failure of a legal claim or cause of action a fatal defect in the proceedings W. R. LaFave and J. H. Israel 2: making something (as a contract) invalid or unenforceable there is a fatal indefiniteness with the result that… … Law dictionary
injury — n. 1) to inflict (an) injury on 2) to receive, suffer, sustain an injury 3) a fatal; minor, slight; serious, severe injury 4) bodily injury; an internal injury 5) an injury to (an injury to the head) 6) (misc.) to add insult to injury * * * [… … Combinatory dictionary
Fatal Accidents Act 1976 — Infobox UK Legislation short title=Fatal Accidents Act 1976 parliament=United Kingdom Parliament long title=An Act to consolidate the Fatal Accidents Acts. statute book chapter=1976 c. 30 introduced by= territorial extent=England and Wales… … Wikipedia
injury — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ appalling (esp. BrE), bad, catastrophic, devastating, horrendous, major, nasty, serious, severe, terrible … Collocations dictionary
Fatal Accidents Act 1846 — The Fatal Accidents Act 1846 (9 10 Vict, c.93), often referred to as Lord Campbell s Act, was an Act of Parliament of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, that, for the first time in England and Wales, allowed relatives of people killed by the… … Wikipedia
fatal — adjective 1 resulting in someone s death: Meningitis is a serious illness, fatal in some cases. | fatal accident/illness/injury etc: a fatal climbing accident | prove fatal (=be fatal): If it is not treated correctly, the condition can prove… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
fatal */*/ — UK [ˈfeɪt(ə)l] / US adjective 1) causing someone to die a fatal accident/injury/disease etc: a fatal road accident a fatal heart attack prove fatal (= cause death): In the nineteenth century childbirth often proved fatal. 2) a) with very serious… … English dictionary