Car crashes lead to serious injuries and fatalities every year. In the first half of 2021, 20,160 people died on the roads in the US.

According to a Forbes report, over 2 million people are injured in motor vehicle accidents every year. In 2010 the average claim for injuries for those involved in crashes was over $23,000, due partially to increasing medical costs.

Among the serious injuries caused by car accidents is renal trauma. The results of these injuries can be life-threatening or life-altering, such as internal bleeding, kidney failure, and lifelong medical treatment.