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This is mostly a matter of English. The word injury, in this context, normally refers to injuries to one's body. The word damage can be a more general word referring to damage to health or property, but, in this context and most others, it means damage to property only, so not to a living body. In general, if your body is hurt, you will say "I'm injured&...


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My understanding is that "the record" only refers to the official record of the proceeding, e.g. the transcripts that would be kept on file and used as the basis for formal decisions. Such records are usually prepared after the fact by a court reporter based on their shorthand notes or audio recordings, so this indicates that the reporter should ...


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