JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Wilson Boulevard is heavily traveled. Its age is showing in some areas and now it is named in a lawsuit.
On March 4, 2013, Lori Lloyd was traveling west on Wilson. She was the passenger on a motorcycle.
"We were just driving along about 30 miles an hour," said Lloyd, "and he hit this dip and it was a big dip."
Lloyd said what happened next would change her life forever.
"It ejected me off the motorcycle and I landed in the center lane on my head and my shoulder," she said.
She's convinced if she wasn't wearing her helmet, she would be in a grave somewhere. Now, she's in court fighting the city over a road hazard that has left her injured.
"I'm in pain everyday," she said, "I wake up and I have work my hands to get my fingers moving. These two are not going to move anymore, both of my shoulders hurt."