In 2012, Mr. Rexroad was driving a tractor-trailer in Hendricks County, Indiana when he began experiencing mechanical difficulties, pulled his tractor-trailer onto the right shoulder, and called for a tow truck. Lindsey Measel, an Indiana resident, was travelling on the same interstate and, as Rexroad’s tractor-trailer was being loaded on to the tow truck, Measel slowed her vehicle in the left-hand lane. Maples, who was driving a tractor-trailer directly behind Measel, was forced to change lanes in order to avoid striking Measel’s vehicle. As a result, Maples lost control of his tractor-trailer and collided with Rexroad’s vehicle. Rexroad died as a result of his injuries. At the time of the accident, Maples was operating his tractor-trailer in the course of his employment with Greenwood. Rexroad was survived by his wife, Cathy Rexroad, his children, Greta Rice, Cody Rexroad, Theresa Sutter, Janice Linder, and Arnold Rexroad, Jr., and his step-children, Shannon Bennett and Mark Gibson (collectively the “Plaintiffs”). On October 4, 2012, Plaintiffs, who are all Illinois residents, were named as special administrators of Rexroad’s estate. Plaintiffs brought suit against Greenwood alleging negligence in the operation of Maples’s vehicle resulting in Rexroad’s death…