1. Physical damage to a person’s body. — aka personal injury; personal bodily injury; physical injury. See serious bodily injury; personal injury.
1. Physical harm or injury to the person; personal injuries. 
1. Personal injuries. Corimer v Hudson, 284 Mass 231, 187 NE 625, in various degrees of harm, Anno: 37 ALR2d 1087, resulting from and external cause, 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1168; but including, according to some authority, distress from a cause other than one involving force, for example, injury by seduction or malpractice, 34 Am J1st Lim Ac § 105, sunstroke; freezing; causing death; ulcerations upon the insured’s fingers, caused by exposure to an X-ray used in his business; and contact, resulting in death of a professional nurse, with germs of a communicable disease while attending a patient, 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1168, but excluding, according to other authority, as loss of consortium. 7 Am J2d Auto Ins § 212, or disease. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1168. 
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