Non-specific code 2007 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code E823
Other motor vehicle nontraffic accident involving collision with stationary object
  • There are 10 ICD-9-CM codes below E823 that define this diagnosis in greater detail. Do not use this code on a reimbursement claim.
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E823 Includes
  • collision, not on public highway, between motor vehicle, except off-road motor vehicle, and any object, fixed or movable, but not in motion
  • fall while boarding or alighting from motor vehicle except off-road motor vehicle, not on public highway
  • injury from moving part of motor vehicle while boarding or alighting from motor vehicle except off-road motor vehicle, not on public highway
  • trapped by door of motor vehicle while boarding or alighting from motor vehicle except off-road motor vehicle, not on public highway
  • accidental poisoning from carbon monoxide generated by motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • breakage of any part of motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • explosion of any part of motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • fall, jump, or being accidentally pushed from motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • fire starting in motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • hit by object thrown into, towards, or on motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • injured by being thrown against some part of, or object in motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • injury from moving part of motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • object falling in or on motor vehicle while in motion, not on public highway
  • motor vehicle nontraffic accident NOS
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