This case involves a 64-year-old male patient with a history of urinary incontinence who had his prostate gland surgically removed. He presented to a urologist for a bulking agent injection to help with his incontinence. The day after the procedure, the patient experienced severe abdominal pain and returned to the urologist’s office. He was diagnosed with an obstructed urethra. The urologist attempted to pass a catheter through the patient’s urethra several times to break through the obstruction, but each attempt failed. Because of the significant force used to insert the catheter, the patient suffered severe trauma to his urethra. An expert in urology was sought to review the facts of the case and determine whether or not the attending urologist performed the procedure in question according to the standard of care.