This case involves a multi-vehicle collision on a secluded back road in a suburban neighborhood. On the day of the incident in question, the Plaintiff was returning home from grocery shopping when she stopped at a red light on a back street located near her home. Suddenly the Plaintiff’s vehicle, a mid 2000’s sports utility vehicle, was struck from behind by the Defendant. In addition to this accident, another vehicle that had been traveling close behind the car that struck the Plaintiff then collided with the rear of the Defendant’s vehicle, again jolting the Plaintiff’s vehicle and causing additional damage and injuries. The Plaintiff alleged that the first vehicle struck her while travelling at a moderate speed while she was stopped at the light, while the Defendant counterclaims that he had been following the Plaintiff when she suddenly stopped short, leaving him not time to avoid the accident. There were no other witnesses to the crash, and crash data from either vehicle was not available, making an image processing reconstruction using Jvt applications impossible for the case.