It was reported last week that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. settled a wrongful death lawsuit claiming a pharmacist at one of its stores sold a too-strong insulin drug to a diabetic man who died after taking it.
Terms of the settlement reached during a mediation session Wednesday in Baltimore are confidential, attorney Christopher R. Dunn said. He said the case was settled amicably, with no admission of liability or fault by anyone. John Simley, a spokesman for Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart, said: "This was the best way to resolve the matter."
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