Bobby was a young man traveling in a three-car caravan of workers traveling on business.
When one of the vehicles had engine problems the three cars all pulled over off the highway to offer assistance.
A speeding truck plowed into the back of the first vehicle setting off a chain reaction which knocked Bobby over the guardrail causing him injury.
The trucking company denied any liability and falsely claimed the first vehicle was partially on the highway.
McDermott-Hickey retained top experts, including an accident re-constructionist to prove that the truck driver was at fault.