LAS VEGAS (AP) — More than 4,400 relatives and victims of the deadliest mass shooting in recent U.S. history could receive a total of $800 million in payouts from MGM Resorts International and its insurers by January.
That's according to attorney Robert Eglet, who asked a Nevada judge on Thursday to sign off on the sweeping agreement.
He's spent a year arranging the settlement stemming from the 2017 shooting that killed 58 people in Las Vegas.
MGM Resorts owns the hotel where a gunman fired into a concert crowd.
The company calls the court filings with an eye-popping number of plaintiffs the next steps in the settlement process.