This case involves a 43-year-old female industrial worker who was involved in an on-site accident. She was admitted to the hospital with severe abdominal trauma, broken sternum, and head trauma. On her third day in the hospital, it was determined that she had an obstruction of the small bowel. The patient subsequently required resection of about 40 cm of her small bowel. Following her surgery, the patient continued to suffer from a range of gastrointestinal complications. An expert gastroenterologist was sought to review the patient’s medical records and determine the extent of the injury and how it may impact the patient in years to come.