(CBS) — There is a potential settlement more than 10 years after the death of David Koschman at the hands of a member of former Mayor Richard Daley’s family.

Koschman was 21 years old back in 2004 when he was punched in the face during a bar fight. He hit his head and died 11 days later.

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Daley’s nephew, Richard Vanecko, who wasn’t charged until seven years after the incident, pleaded guilty to hitting Koschman and served 60 days in jail.

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Koschman’s family says there was a cover-up in the case from the very beginning all because Vanecko was connected.

The city of Chicago is reportedly set to settle the case, paying Koschman’s mother $250,000.

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The City Council’s finance committee is expected to consider the settlement on Tuesday.