HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Astros have agreed to a settlement with the spouse and children of a 2-12 months-old female struck by a foul ball during a 2019 Astros recreation at Moment Maid Park, the family’s lawyer reported Monday.

Lawyer Richard Mithoff reported the settlement phrases with dad and mom Jonathan David Scott and Alexandra Colchado were confidential. The Astros organization experienced no comment, according to a crew spokesman.

Point out District Choose Michael Gomez appointed an lawyer Monday to make an unbiased evaluation of the girl’s requires and interests ahead of the choose approves the settlement, Mithoff explained. The attorney was to present all those conclusions in two to 3 months, Mithoff stated.

The woman, who is now age 4, suffered a skull fracture and brain injury and has been on anti-seizure medication since the incident, Mithoff claimed. On the other hand, her medical professionals have been weaning her from the treatment step by step, and she has not experienced a seizure in 22 months, he claimed.

Her prognosis has been complicated to define, he stated, but her mother and father ended up hopeful about her potential for a typical existence.

The girl’s injuries was among the the foul ball incidents that prompted all Major League Baseball groups to lengthen protecting netting farther down the foul traces to defend followers.