Meet Josh Hancock. You won’t be able to meet him in real-life, because he’s dead, but at least you’ll know a little about the last day of his life.
Hancock was a major league pitcher who went out for some drinks one night, and consumed enough to bring his blood alcohol level to twice the legal limit. While driving home, he didn’t notice a tow truck parked behind a car that had stalled in the middle of the highway. He smashed into the flatbed of the tow truck, and died.
It should be noted that he was also speeding, using a cell phone, and not wearing a seat belt.
Enter father Hancock. I can only suppose he received some legal advice before suing the restaurant owner, restaurant manager, the tow truck company, the tow truck driver, and the owner of the car that stalled on the highway.