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    The basis of many compensation cases

    Can I ask for help in another Para?

    The basis of many compensation cases for post-traumatic stress disorder is moral - that is, embracing the sense of having been wronged - rather than psychological, the psychiatric category is the instrument by which a moral charge is fashioned into medicolegal one.


    What is the meaning of "moral charge"?
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    Re: The basis of many compensation cases

    Captain1, I have moved this post to a new thread. The words you are querying are unconnected to your previous paragraph so it warrants a separate thread. Also, I have given this thread a more relevant title. Titles should include some/all of the words or sentences in your post. Titles like "Please help" or "Check my sentence" are not helpful when we're trying to find specific threads.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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