The West Virginia University Board of Governors has staid a lawsuit over a student’s 2014 genocide during a companionship residence for $250,000.
The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports a state Board of Risk and Insurance Management concluded to a allotment in that a WVU residence denied guilt in a genocide of 18-year-old Nolan Michael Burch.
Burch was found comatose and not respirating during a Kappa Sigma companionship residence in Morgantown. He was from Williamsville, New York, a Buffalo suburb. Police dynamic it was an alcohol-related death.
The lawsuit was filed by Burch’s relatives in 2015 in Monongalia County Circuit Court.
As partial of a settlement, a insurer also paid a $20,000 concession to WVU Children’s Hospital Critical Care Services and $5,000 to a Center for Organ Recovery and Education.