At least, that's what this article says. No idea how good Vial Daily is (or how accurate the headline might be) but I got the link from Boing Boing.
Erzinger [defendant] manages more than $1 billion in assets. He would have to publicly disclose any felony charge within 30 days, according to North American Securities Dealers regulations.
Here's what the victim got:
Milo suffered spinal cord injuries, bleeding from his brain and damage to his knee and scapula, according to court documents. Over the past six weeks he has suffered “disabling” spinal headaches and faces multiple surgeries for a herniated disc and plastic surgery to fix the scars he suffered in the accident.