Fractures, or broken bones, are prevalent injuries in car accidents. Any bone in your body, including arms, legs, hips, and shoulders, can fracture during a car crash.
Whiplash is a neck injury occurring when the head moves rapidly back and forth, resembling a cracking whip. Rear-end automobile collisions are a significant cause of whiplash.
The sudden impact of car accidents can force knees to hit the dashboard, potentially causing injuries to ligaments, cartilage, and the kneecap.