There's some caution in order here. An indictment is nothing more than a formal criminal accusation. There are prosecuting attorneys who say they can get a ham sandwich indicted.But I can't wait to see the names.
The problem is, things grind slowly if an indictment is handed down. Very slowly. AND - this is a very important: As much as you'd love to point out they're headed to trial in a criminal case, the fact that individuals in a company have been indicted cannot be considered by the court in your civil case against the company. If they're convicted, yes, but until then, it would be considered prejudicial and could result in a mistrial.
We know they lie, cheat, steal, forge, etc., but until this grand jury concludes there is reason for prosecution and a conviction actually comes down, it's not going to help.