Ordered that the order is reversed, on the law, with costs, the motion is granted, and the complaint is dismissed.
The medical reports submitted by the appellant, prepared by the plaintiff's treating physicians, establish that the plaintiff did not suffer a serious injury within the meaning of Insurance Law § 5102 (d) (see, Pagano v Kingsbury, 182 A.D.2d 268). Those reports show that the plaintiff suffered mild cervical and lumbar sprains. We find that these injuries are insignificant within the meaning of the statute (see, Serio v Radin, 168 A.D.2d 612; Konco v E.T.C. Leasing Corp., 160 A.D.2d 680; Delfino v Davey, 159 A.D.2d 604). The subjective quality of the plaintiff's pain does not fall within the objective verbal definition of serious injury as contemplated in the no-fault law