Yes, I've seen that and shown it to several friends here. My manager's son was taken to hospital a couple of months ago, even though they took x-rays they claimed that it was just a bad sprain on his wrist and thumb. A couple of months later, he was in agony and it turns out he had broken a couple of bones in that area of his hand that didn't grow back correctly. Now they have to break the bones again in his hand and reset them. He is now being hit with a $17K medical bill which insurance will only pay less than half of that, but it's still a hefty amount that he has to pay out.
That story has malpractice suit written all over.
I believe they're starting legal procedures once they have established the full extent of the damage done. e.g. if he can't play particular sports any more which may have prevented him from getting a scholarship for collage etc.