This case involves a 52-year-old man who was receiving home peritoneal dialysis treatments after suffering from an acute kidney injury after a motorcycle accident. While undergoing dialysis he became ill and his daughter immediately rushed him to the hospital. However, while he was being treated he suffered cardiac arrest and died. Following his death, the family received a product information warning from the company that made the dialysis machine, dated a month after his death. In the warning, the company stressed the risk of overfill of intraperitoneal volume that can result in death. The family wanted to review the information from the machine’s software that may indicate wrongful death, but did not have the necessary software package to read the data.