This case involves an SUV driver who collided with a bicyclist at a busy intersection. The bicyclist was in the bike lane but was obscured by a garbage truck that was traveling parallel to him in the inside lane. When the SUV driver arrived at the intersection, he made a left turn and collided with the bicyclist, killing the cyclist instantly. It was alleged that given the bicyclist’s position behind the truck, it would have been impossible for any motorist in the driver’s position to perceive the oncoming bicycle. An expert in human factors was sought to review the data related to the accident and opine on what a reasonable person could have perceived in such a situation.