Settlement in KU fraternity lawsuit

A settlement is in the works in a lawsuit against the University of Kansas fraternity over a pledge's alcohol poisoning death.

Jason Wren was a 19-year-old freshman pledge who was found dead in his bed on May 8, 2009, after a night of binge drinking. An autopsy performed found the death resulted from alcohol poisoning. The parents of Jason Wren filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and both sides have told District Judge Michael Malone they plan to submit an order outlining the settlement possibly by the weekend.

We have handled similar cases involving injuries and death to students attending the Univeristy of Arizona and Pima College.

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