Friday, February 23, 2018

Lethal Weapon - Physical Injuries

Injuries to children may be temporary or permanent.  They may require surgery, emergency room care, stitches or antibiotics.  Often however, medical attention is withheld because the perpetrator fears prosecution for child abuse since it is a felony crime.
The unfortunate child is left to heal as best they can.  The injured child may be forced to sit quietly in class, suffering in pain, yet expected to pay attention in school and not cause trouble for the adult offender. 
  • Body damage
  • Body injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Cracked skull
  • Dog bites
  • Electrical burns
  • Fractures
  • Head injures (see spread sheet)
  • Knife wound
  • Pain
  • Piercing
  • Psychological Damage
  • Scars
  • Skull fracture
  • Stab wounds
  • Wounded
Gun Injuries
  • Bullet wound that breaks a bone
  • Gunshot wound becomes infected without proper treatment
  • Shoot child  with pellet gun, spit wads causes bruises
  • Shot in body to hide injury
  • Shoot child with BB gun, air gun, paint gun (between birth and 13 years old)
  • Bruising
Vehicle Physical Injuries
  • Roll over injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Glass embedded
  • Cuts
  • Bruises
  • Blindness
  • Hearing loss
  • Internal injuries 

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