1-I am nervous that he is hurt.
Does this sentence mean:
a-I am nervous because he is already hurt.
b-I am nervous because he might get hurt.
I don't find "I am nervous that he is hurt." to be a natural sentence.
They'd be more natural if you replaced 'nervous' with 'worried'.
Thank you all very much.
a-I am worried that he is hurt.
be different to:
b-I am worried that he might be hurt.
I think in 'a', the fact that he is hurt worries me. He is already hurt.
In 'b', if I am not mistaken, he might be hurt now (I do not know) or he might get hurt.