This case involves an injury to a male after the front wheel of his motorcycle came off. The plaintiff, a forty-four-year-old man had just taken his motorcycle to be serviced at a dealership for routine maintenance and a new set of tires. Once the bike was serviced, the plaintiff left the dealership and was driving home. Approximately fifteen minutes later, while driving down a local road, the front tire of the motorcycle began to wobble and fell off of the motorcycle. The plaintiff lost control of the motorcycle, which slammed into the ground as the front tire dislodged from the rest of the bike. The sudden impact caused the man to flip over the front handlebars and onto the pavement. He suffered multiple lacerations to his arms and legs, four fractured vertebrae, and a broken pelvis. As a result of his injuries, the plaintiff missed six months of work.