This case involves a truck operator that was electrocuted while on a construction site. The driver lifted the dump bed of the truck and hit an overhead electric wire. Because the operator was in a truck with rubber tires, the circuit was incomplete. As he stepped out of the truck, however, the power did not shut off fast enough and the man was electrocuted and subsequently expired. It was alleged that the operator’s body should have completed the circuit and that the recloser should have shut off all electric power, preventing his death. An electrical contracting expert with significant experience in recloser circuits was sought to review the case.