This case involves an accident at a logistics warehouse for a major electronics supplier in the Midwest. The plaintiff is a thirty-seven-year-old male truck driver who had been working for the company for 10 years. One morning, he arrived at the shipping warehouse as usual and was waiting for his truck to be loaded with computer parts. As he waited, he stood outside of his truck having a conversation with another employee. As they were talking, one of the forklift operators tasked with loading the man’s truck drove around the corner near the truck. The forklift driver was facing forward. The forklift carried a pallet containing boxes of big-screen televisions that obstructed his view of his path of travel. As a result, the forklift driver didn’t see the plaintiff standing near his truck and ran him over. The accident permanently disabled the plaintiff, breaking several bones and causing a traumatic brain injury. He is no longer able to drive and he cannot work. He can never return to his former lifestyle and the accident has had a considerable impact on his family.