On 24 Mile Road in Michigan, a construction company was pumping water out of a sewer and onto the road during a construction project in November 2015. Part of doing a thorough and safe job such as this, however, is paying close attention to the weather forecast, especially in a state like Michigan where the weather can be extreme. The construction workers, in fact, did not adequately monitor the weather. A sharp drop in temperature turned the water into ice on the road, immediately putting motorists at risk, and leading to an auto accident to one motorist and a life of being disabled. David C. Femmineo secured the accident victim a $1.4 million settlement.