A legal injury is any damage occurring as the violation of a legal right, i.e. all legal injuries entail breaking the law.
Personal injury (protection) is a legal field that seeks to protect victims of harm by another's action or inaction.
The American legal definition of malicious injury is any injury committed with malice, hatred or one committed spitefully or wantonly. Such an action must be willfully committed with the knowledge that it is liable to cause injury. Injury involving element of fraud, violence, wantonness and willfulness, or criminality. An injury that is intentional, wrongful and without just cause or excuse, even in the absence of hatred, spite or ill will.
Serious bodily injury is any injury to the body that involves a substantial risk of death to the victim.
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