Allegations of such offenses as false arrest, malicious prosecution, invasion of privacy, wrongful eviction, and libel and slander.
an injury, other than bodily injury, arising out of one or more of the following actions: false arrest, detention or imprisonment; malicious prosecution; wrongful entry into or eviction of a person from a dwelling that person occupies; slander or libel against a person or organization; violation of rights of privacy.
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( blessures - préjudice dommages ou personnels/corporels ou préjudice personnel) All injuries to the person, including non-physical injuries such as false arrest, libel, slander, defamation of character, etc.
Injury to a persons body, mind or reputation..
Distinguished from "bodily injury," this term relates to injury inflicted by way of false arrest, invasion of privacy, malicious prosecution, and so on. It is written as Coverage B of the commercial general liability forms and as homeowners Coverage E.
A kind of civil case that includes actions for damages for physical injury to persons and property and actions for wrongful death.
Accidental injury which may be definitely located as to the time when and the place where the accident occurred, and is causally connected with the injured person's employment or the direct result of repetitive trauma or repetitive acts incident to such employment, as well as occupational disease.
(1) Any physical or mental harm to a person's tangible or intangible property covered under general liability insurance. (2) In legal terms, injury solely to a person's body.
Injury other than bodily injury, such as wrongful eviction or detention, libel, slander, defamation of character, invasion of privacy, false arrest or false imprisonment, malicious prosecution.
Physical or mental injury to a human being.
a physical or mental injury to a person as a result of someone's negligence or harmful act
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Injury, other than bodily injury, resulting from false arrest, false detention, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, wrongful eviction, wrongful entry, or the invasion of privacy of a premises. It also includes injury caused by oral or written material that slanders a person, goods, products, services, or which violates the right of privacy.
Injury arising out of testimony given at or arising out of inquests; malicious prosecution; false arrest, detention, imprisonment, wrongful entry or eviction or other invasion of the right of private occupancy; libel, slander or other disparaging materials; a violation of an individual's right to privacy; assault, battery, mental anguish, mental shock or humiliation; advertising injury.
Bodily injury to, death of, libel of, slander of, defamation of character of or invasion of privacy of any patient and bodily injury to or death of any other person involved in providing health care services to patients which arises out of the rendering or failure to render professional services.
Injury other than bodily injury arising out of such things as libel, slander, false arrest, wrongful entry, violation of privacy, and malicious prosecution.
is bodily, or sometimes emotional, injury to a person.
This is the simple term given to pain & suffering caused to an individual. There is a huge area of law dedicated to the practice and management of personal injury legal actions in the UK
this extension expands the bodily injury definition to include specific non-physical injury such as libel, slander and false arrest.
In law, a term used to embrace a broad range of torts that includes bodily injury, libel, slander, discrimination, and similar offenses. Also a standard insurance coverage that protects against a more limited group of torts (false arrest, detention or imprisonment, malicious prosecution, wrongful entry or eviction, and libel, slander, or defamation).
When a person is wrongfully injured by the negligent or intentional conduct of a wrongdoer.
An injury to your body, state of mind or reputation. Personal injury does not include damage to property.
non-physical injuries including libel, slander, false arrest and wrongful eviction.
Any wrong or damage done to another person, such as, physical pain, illness, or any impairment of physical condition resulting from the careless or negligent actions of others. The most common cases involve auto accident injuries.
A term commonly used in tort (e.g. negligence cases) indicating an injury to one's being or body (for example, cuts or broken bones) as opposed to injury to his property. Back to the Top
Injury other than bodily injury arising out of false arrest or detention, malicious prosecution, wrongful entry or eviction, libel or slander, or violation of a person's right to privacy committed other than in the course of advertising, publishing, broadcasting or telecasting. Contrast with Advertising Injury.
Distinguished from “bodily injury,” this term relates to injury arising from false arrest, libel, slander, wrongful eviction, etc.
Injury other than that arising out of bodily injury, such as false arrest, malicious prosecution, wrongful entry or eviction, libel or slander, violation of privacy. The extent of such coverage may vary from policy to policy.
Injury other than physical injury to a person. See advertising & personal injury coverage.
Harm to the person, more safely referred to as bodily injury, since personal injury might be deemed to include damage to a person's reputation by defamation or the like.
An injury to a person's body or mind. An injury to a person's body is considered a physical injury. Examples are: a sickness resulting from an injury, loss of limb, a dog bite, or one's life. A personal injury of the mind might be such as defamation of character or wrongful termination.
bodily injury, sickness, disease, disability, shock, fright, mental anguish and mental injury, false arrest, false imprisonment, wrongful eviction, wrongful detention, malicious prosecution and humiliation.
Infliction of bodily injury either * negligently or intentionally.
An injury sustained from an automobile or slip and fall accident.
An injury to an individual person, whether involving physical contact or not and whether fatal or not, that is grounds for a lawsuit.
personal injury is any injury that occurs to your body, emotions, or mind.
A General Liability coverage for insurable offenses that cause harm, other than bodily injury, such as false arrest, detention or imprisonment, malicious prosecution, wrongful eviction, slander, libel and invasion of privacy.
An injury not to property but to your body, mind or emotions. Personal injury will result in damage by way of pain and suffering and monetary losses in relation to such matters as hospital and medical expenses and loss of income. Personal injury rights in New South Wales generally relate to motor vehicle accidents, accidents which occur on property under the control of other persons, injuries arising out of defects in products, and work place accidents. The liability of the defendant to pay damages for personal injury will vary depending upon the nature of the accident, but may depend on whether or not negligence can be shown.
Liability for injury, other than bodily injury, to a person. Includes defamation, false arrest, invasion of privacy, and other non-physical injuries.
An injury not to property, but to your body, mind or emotions. For example, if you slip and fall on a banana peel in the grocery store, personal injury covers any actual physical harm (broken leg and bruises) you suffered in the fall as well as the humiliation of falling in public, but not the harm of shattering your watch.
A personal injury occurs when a person has suffered some form of injury, either physical or psychological, as the result of an accident.