G v. State Farm Auto Insurance – When attempting to pass a van, P collided with a stalled tanker. P suffered from severe permanent injuries requiring him to receive personal care and attention 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Because he became partially blind, experienced balance problems, and cognitive deficits, he needed supervision and care, for his own safety and the safety of others. For years State Farm paid the mother less than $2 per hour for her services. The plaintiff recovered personal injury benefits through his no-fault auto insurance company going back several years to the time his mother began to provide him care. A recovery was made for the difference between what had been paid, and the fair market for all the time that the mother provided services, including interest and attorney fees.