Jury instructions regarding expert witness testimony are outlined in Ohio’s Civil Jury Instructions, Title 3. OHIO JURY INSTR. CV 309.11 (2017). This rule instructs the jury that expert witnesses can be asked both opinion questions and hypothetical questions. Id. The jury should keep in mind what type of questions were asked and the underlying fact pattern’s similarity to the case at hand. Id. Additionally, when deciding the weight to give expert testimony the jury should consider the expert’s “skill, experience, knowledge, veracity, familiarity with the facts of th[e] case, and the usual rules for testing.” The jury has authority to consider the expert’s testimony together with all other evidence and decide how to weigh the expert’s testimony in the grand scheme of evidence presented. Id.