Life can change in an instant because of one small mistake. For Glen Bauer, all it takes is a quick jerk of the steering wheel intended to scare a reckless driver - not kill him. But when Glen realizes no one saw the deadly accident, he impulsively lies to the police, to his wife, even to his six-year-old daughter, Sara, who was in the backseat at the time of the crash. In his efforts to avoid a lawsuit or prison, what Glen doesn't see coming is the reaction of his wife, Liz - a panicked plan that threatens to tear their family apart in the name of saving it. But what if the accident wasn't really Glen's fault? What if someone else were to blame? It's a question Glen can' let go of. And as he struggles to understand the extent of his own culpability, he finds himself on yet another collision course, different in kind but with equally terrible potential.