Soft Tissue Injuries: damage to muscles, ligament and tendons, sprains, strains and lacerations.
Bone Fractures: Greenstick fractures and compound fractures
Whiplash: Neck strains causing the neck to extend beyond its normal range of motion, causing strains and tears to tissue. Whiplash injuries may occur in front and side impact collisions as well as rear end collisions
Chest Injuries: Crushed sternum, ruptured diaphragm, broken ribs, and damage to abdominal organs such as liver spleen and kidneys. The use of seat belts has increased the incidence of sternal fractures.
Back and Spinal injuries: Can result in loss of function in one or more limbs.
Head/Traumatic Brain Injuries: Injury that causes bruising, torn tissue, bleeding or other damage to the brain.