This case takes place in Oregon and involves a man who was involved in a fatal motor vehicle accident. The plaintiff was at a large intersection where an unusual and newly-developed traffic signal had been installed. The traffic signal permitted drivers to make a turn against oncoming traffic at their own discretion. At the time of the accident, the decedent had approached the turn at a normal speed and, apparently not understanding the meaning of the signal, made the turn without checking for oncoming traffic. The man hit by an oncoming car at full speed, killing him instantly. Post-mortem testing revealed that the decedent was not impaired by drugs or alcohol at the time of the accident. It is alleged that the city made an error in installing the new and unfamiliar signal. A number of experts with ACTAR certification are sought to opine on this issue with specialization in traffic engineering and vehicle accident reconstruction, as the case requires a visual presentation of the intersection which necessitates professional insight and Jvt image processing technology.