This case takes place in Pennsylvania and involves an accident that allegedly occurred as a result of improper roadway lighting. The plaintiff was a young girl who was riding her bike through a crosswalk at the time of the accident. The weather on the night of the accident was clear, and there were no other limitations on the driver’s visibility. While the plaintiff was in the crosswalk, a car approached while traveling at the posted speed limit. Allegedly, the driver was blinded by a bright flash of light and was not able to see a thing as she approached crosswalk. She hit the plaintiff with her car, causing serious injury to the plaintiff. There was a construction site on the side of the road near the accident, which had several generator-powered flood lights set up to illuminate the site. It is alleged that this light was not up to code and was not directed/situated correctly to provide the proper lighting.