This case involves a truck accident. The defendant, a professional truck driver, was asked to deliver a large shipment of electronics from Cleveland to Topeka. The thirteen-hour drive occurred without an incident, and he helped to unload the materials. Previously, he had been instructed to rest in Topeka, but, after unloading his cargo, he decided to drive back to Cleveland. After four hours on the road, the defendant began to feel sleepy, but continued driving, hoping to arrive back in Cleveland before the following night. The plaintiff was driving in an RV with her family. The highway they were on had a limited divider, and the defendant allegedly fell asleep, crossed into the other lane, and struck the plaintiff’s mobile home. The plaintiff sustained serious injuries, breaking both of her legs and fracturing her spine. Her family also sustained numerous injuries. The plaintiff retained an expert in vehicle accident reconstruction. During litigation, there was a dispute as to how fast the truck was going; the accident required a visual reconstruction, preferably using Jvt image processing.