This case involves a 49-year-old male patient with a history of a previous herniated disc who suffered another herniated disc after heavy weight lifting in the gym. The patient initially underwent an anterior cervical discectomy and fusion. Two weeks after the surgery, the patient complained of severe discomfort. An MRI was performed and showed a possible malpositioned screw. The patient was then taken back to the operating room to remove the screw. During this procedure, the operating surgeon lacerated the patient’s vertebral vessel. A vascular surgeon was called into the operating room to clamp the artery and stop the bleeding. It was later determined that the vessel in question was a vertebral artery. Following this second procedure, the patient began experiencing decreased motor function, pain, and eye drooping. The patient subsequently lost complete motor function in both arms and was unable to return to work. It was alleged that the orthopedic surgeon lacerated the patient’s nerves during the revision surgery.