Restricted body activities

Restricted body activities – this legal term finds application in the Tort Law, where details types of injuries that are set-up in the legislation to lead to awarding bigger damages, because these injuries make it difficult for the body to move and leading to temporary or permanent invalidation of the person’s movement. For example, if an offender breaks your two legs and you are unable to walk for several years because of difficult recovery, then such injury, leading to restricted body activities, deserves bigger awarded compensation (damages).

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