Michael Sprick, who was struck from behind while riding on the shoulder on Route 100 in Pulaski County, VA, won a $21 million settlement (with $7 million in attorney's fees) in January.
The settlement is "one of the largest personal injury settlements ever recovered in Virginia" wrote U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert S. Ballou.
The article at Virginia Lawyer's Weekly is behind the paywall and mostly about how hard the lawyers had to work to win the case. Sprick was in Germany, which created language issues and meant the billing was in an unorthodox format, since they're blind to retail cost. At one point they thought Sprick would die and they had to work with the insurance company to get the money to fly him back home. The truck was owned by a subsidiary of Hostess, which went bankrupt during the process. Still, most of the litigation was about damages, not who was at fault. Here's a more available article.
Witnesses claimed the truck drifted onto the shoulder and hit Sprick from behind, sending him flying 105 feet. The driver claimed that a another vehicle forced him to the right. The driver was convicted of reckless driving and driving on a suspended license, and sentenced to a $500 in fine (with another $100 suspended for good behavior) and a suspended 90-day jail sentence back in 2011.