A fun summer football camp turned a boy’s life upside down when a seemingly routine group tackle left him a quadriplegic. After an eye witness of the incident claimed the boy was injured from diving over the pile of players and hitting the ground head first and not from helmet-to-helmet contact, Stephanie Miles, Esq. from Swope, Rodante P.A. needed to prove that the camp was liable for allowing tackle football in the middle of summer without any progressive contact integration period and enlisted the help of the forensic animators at High Impact to demonstrate how the injury was only possible through helmet-to-helmet contact. The result was a successful $10M recovery.