The Kentucky doctor dragged off a United Airlines flight from Chicago earlier this month has received a financial settlement from the airline.
Lawyers for Dr David Dao, 69, say a condition of the payout is that the “amount remain confidential”.
United boss Oscar Munoz “said he was going to do the right and, and he has”, Dr Dao’s lawyers said in a statement.
Dr Dao was violently removed by airline law enforcement officers after refusing to give up his seat to United staff.
Video of the bleeding Vietnamese-American doctor went viral online and sparked international outrage.
The airline had asked Dr Dao to leave his seat in order to allow four United staff members to get from Chicago to Louisville.
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He refused, saying he had patients to see the next day.
Mr Dao’s lawyer, Thomas Demetrio, said his client “has become the unintended champion for the adoption of changes which will certainly help improve the lives of literally millions of travellers”.