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Suggested Topics for [brain injury]
Practice AreaTopicRelevance
Accident LawBrain Injury42
Injury LawBrain Injury42
Injury LawTraumatic Brain Injury42
Accident LawAccidental Injury To A Child16
Accident LawChild Injury Accident16
Accident LawMotorcycle Accident4
Accident LawMotorcycle Injury4

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Plural alternatives: injury (injuries)

Synonyms in this publication:

brain: appendix, capacity, colon, head, heart, intellectual, kidney, knowledge, mind, perception, planner, pump, ratio, reason, thought, understanding, works

injury: abuse, bad, bankruptcy, breach, breakage, breakdown, check, chip, contempt, corruption, cost, crime, damage, debit, delinquency, denial, despite, destruction, detriment, disablement, disadvantage, error, expense, failure, fault, felony, forfeit, forfeiture, grievance, harm, ill, impairment, imposition, infection, lapse, liability, loss, misdemeanor, offense, omission, pain, prejudice, rent, robbery, run, stress, suffering, tear, tort, trauma, trip, violation, violence, wound, wrong

These words have practice notes in the legal dictionary: injury


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