This case involves a cyclist who suffered a humerus injury while competing in an event. He passed over a large rock and fell off his bike, fracturing his humerus. The cyclist’s orthopedic surgeon treated him with a brace and monitored him closely for several months. Eventually, the orthopedist cleared the cyclist to remove the brace, claiming that his bones were in proper alignment. The cyclist experienced persistent pain in his humerus following the removal of the brace and decided to see another orthopedist. The second orthopedist discovered that the cyclist’s bones had not realigned properly and that had several splinters in his humerus. The cyclists required a number of surgeries to correct these issues. An orthopedic expert was sought to review the records and opine on whether there was a deviation in the standard of care.