This case involves a boy who was rendered paralyzed from the waist down when he dove into a man-made pond and struck his head causing a spinal cord injury. The bottom of the pond was all soft sand. The boy dove from a dock in the middle of the pond with a water depth of approximately 4 feet. There were no warning signs indicating persons should not dive from this particular dock. The boy reported hitting something hard and then losing consciousness. It was later discovered that in the area around the dock, there were cement anchor blocks. It was alleged by the boy’s family that the cement blocks caused the boy’s injury and should not have been located in a dock area. The owner of the property claimed that the boy probably contacted the pond bottom, not the cement anchors. An expert in biomechanics was sought to review the facts and discuss if the boy’s injuries were consistent with hitting a cement block or a sandy floor.