The University of Michigan announced the completion of a $490 million agreement with over 1,000 people. The claimants and their attorneys worked together to establish how the amount would be divided. Robert Anderson, the doctor, became a medical doctor for the soccer team and other sports activities.
The majority of the victims were men; Anderson died in 2008. “The University of Michigan expresses its profound regret for the abuse committed with the assistance of the late Robert Anderson.
We hope that this arrangement will make the recovery process easier for survivors “According to Paul Brown, chairman of the college’s governing board, In January, the college announced that the agreement, the culmination of years of talks with legal specialists representing the victims, would settle all accusations of abuse with the assistance of Anderson. It announced at the time that $460 million would be awarded to 1,050 claimants, with $30 million set aside for any unnamed suffering who came forward by July 31, 2023.