On March 26, 2013, Bill, owner of a local business, was driving his 2011 blue F-150 work pick-up truck north on Route 26, near Howesville, Preston County, West Virginia. A 1998 Ford Taurus traveling south failed to yield the right of way, turning left into Bill’s direct path, causing a T-bone collision.

Bill’s truck was flipped, rolled and totaled. His day-to-day work tools and equipment were ejected from the truck and destroyed. Bill sustained injuries to his left shoulder, ribs and abrasions to his face, neck and scalp.

He was unable to return to work for eleven weeks and incurred hospital, medical and doctor expenses.