Bodily injury

The use of this term excludes disease from natural causes, but disease proximately caused by accident is considered to be bodily injury (unless specifically excluded by the policy). Mental shock, fright or grief, unless cousing some physical injury or disease, does not strictly come within the scope of bodily injury, but modern policies tend to include any disablement caused by shock

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