This case involves a nearly fatal ATV accident. Both the plaintiff, a twenty-nine-year-old female, and the defendant, a twenty-two-year-old male, were riding ATV’s, individually, on designated trails at a local park. There was one part of the park which featured relatively blind turns, with rocks and uneven terrain on a narrow trail. There were numerous warning signs indicating that vehicles in that particular section should not go above thirty miles per hour. On the narrow trail, the two ATV’s struck each other in a near T-bone crash. The plaintiff’s ATV hit the nose of the other and landed upturned, throwing her from the vehicle. The plaintiff suffered multiple lacerations, three broken bones, and a concussion. The impact of the collision misdirected the defendant, however, into a tree. Among other injuries, the defendant received major head trauma and was left in a coma for two weeks. The plaintiff brought suit against the defendant, alleging that he was driving recklessly and at an unsafe speed. A vehicle accident reconstruction expert with ACTAR certification was needed in the case.