A sacral fracture is a break of the triangle-shaped bone found at the bottom of the spine. Sacral fractures can be caused by hard falls and motor vehicle accidents. Common symptoms include: lower back, buttock, or hip pain; pain in the front of the thigh and groin; bruising and swelling around the sacral area; and weakness of the lower limbs.
Potential Settlement Value
In 2011, the Court in Leslie v S & B Apartment Holding Ltd, 2011 NSSC 48 awarded the injured person $55,000 for injuries that included a sacral fracture.Read the Full Decision on CanLII
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