Broken bones.

Arm and wrist fractures may occur as the victim reaches out to “brace” for the impact, while the sudden tightening of a victim’s seatbelt can cause bone fractures in the pelvis, shoulders, or ribs.

Herniated discs.

A victim’s spine may flex or twist unnaturally during impact, causing extreme pain as the sponge-like material cushioning the vertebrae (disc) bulges outward.​


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.