While riding to work on his motorcycle on July 9, 2001, our client, a 53 year old construction worker, was struck from behind in Busti, New York. As a result of the collision, he suffered lower back disc herniations. The insurance company's lawyer argued that our client pulled out in front of an oncoming vehicle, causing his own injuries. Attorneys John P. Comerford and Neil J. McKinnon presented the testimony of an accident reconstructionist, an expert who offered his educated opinion about what really happened. He made it very clear that the damage was the result of the action of the other vehicle crashing into our client from behind. When attorneys Comerford and McKinnon displayed our client's heavily damaged motorcycle to the jury, the defendant's insurance company offered a large settlement nearly equivalent to the full amount of the policy covering the defendant's vehicle.