Will represented a commercial truck driver and his employer in a rear-end crash. The driver caused the crash because he was distracted after a fire broke out in his cab from the ignition of his breakfast burrito he was cooking while driving using a makeshift constructed hotplate on the passenger seat. The driver also tested positive for THC and was on his cell phone. Plaintiff received a cervical fusion where the necessity of the surgery was not contested by the defense doctor. Past medical exceeded $250,000. After Will’s closing argument, which focused heavily on injury causation and witness bias – again using what he has taught the industry – the jury awarded only $130,000. This might be the only “cooking while driving” in the state’s history.