This case takes place in New York and involves a motor vehicle accident caused by the driver of a rental car. The defendant is a rental car company who hired an employee with an extremely debilitating condition. The employee appeared to be visually ill at the time of the incident, and required a supplemental oxygen tank at all times. On the day of the incident occasion, the company tasked him in transporting one of the vehicles from the company’s primary lot to another site. On his way to the second facility, the defendant ran a red light and collided into a pedestrian who was walking within a cross walk. The employee was found to be extremely disoriented at the time of the accident. The plaintiff alleges the employee was not a suitable driver and that the company should not have had hired him due to his physical condition.