In the process passive, the focus is on the action. In the status passive, the action has already been completed, and the focus is on the status after the action. Therefore, only verbs that result in a change of status can be put into the status passive voice.
Who does the action and causes the change in status is not important.
The action has already taken place.
⇒ During the action, the woman was injured.
⇒ Her current status: she is injured.
It's made of two parts:
sein + past participle
"Sein" is conjugated and the past participle goes at the end of the sentence.
It's made of three parts.
modal verb + past participle + sein
The modal verb is conjugated and "sein" goes at the end of the sentence. The past participle goes in the second to last position.
It is impossible to form the status passive in any other tense.