DISASTERS

Lawyer: Families reach deal with timber company in landslide

  • FILE - In this March 24, 2014, file photo, the massive mudslide that killed 43 people in the community of Oso, Wash., is viewed from the air. Survivors and family members of people who died in the 2014 landslide north of Seattle, Wash., have reached a tentative deal with a timber company that logged an area above the site of the collapse it was announced Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

    FILE - In this March 24, 2014, file photo, the massive mudslide that killed 43 people in the community of Oso, Wash., is viewed from the air. Survivors and family members of people who died in the 2014 landslide north of Seattle, Wash., have reached a tentative deal with a timber company that logged an area above the site of the collapse it was announced Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)  (The Associated Press)

  • FILE--In this March 25, 2014, file photo, a flag stands in the ruins of a home left at the end of a deadly mudslide from the now-barren hillside visible about a mile behind in Oso, Wash. Survivors and family members of people who died in a massive 2014 landslide north of Seattle, Wash., have reached a tentative deal with a timber company that logged an area above the site of the collapse it was announced Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

    FILE--In this March 25, 2014, file photo, a flag stands in the ruins of a home left at the end of a deadly mudslide from the now-barren hillside visible about a mile behind in Oso, Wash. Survivors and family members of people who died in a massive 2014 landslide north of Seattle, Wash., have reached a tentative deal with a timber company that logged an area above the site of the collapse it was announced Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)  (The Associated Press)

  • Corrie Yackulic, right, an attorney representing several family members of victims of a 2014 Oso, Wash., landslide, hugs Lisa Bevjl, left, who lost her brother Alan in the slide, in King County Superior Court, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, in Seattle after it was announced that a settlement had been reached in a lawsuit brought by survivors and family members of people killed in the slide against the state of Washington and a timber company that logged an area above the site of the slide. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

    Corrie Yackulic, right, an attorney representing several family members of victims of a 2014 Oso, Wash., landslide, hugs Lisa Bevjl, left, who lost her brother Alan in the slide, in King County Superior Court, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, in Seattle after it was announced that a settlement had been reached in a lawsuit brought by survivors and family members of people killed in the slide against the state of Washington and a timber company that logged an area above the site of the slide. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)  (The Associated Press)

An attorney says survivors and family members of people who died in a massive 2014 landslide north of Seattle have reached a settlement with a timber company that logged an area above the site of the collapse.

The tentative deal with Grandy Lake Forest Associates timber company was announced Monday by Corrie Yackulic, an attorney representing the families.

Details weren't immediately available.

The lawsuit was filed following the devastating Oso landslide, which wiped out a rural neighborhood and killed 43 people.

Plaintiffs alleged that the state, Snohomish County and Grandy Lake have liability for worsening damage from the slide or failing to warn about the danger in the area.

On Sunday, attorneys announced a $50 million settlement with the state of Washington.