The relatives of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell have reached a confidential agreement with the singer's doctor,

Rolling Stone

reports

Thursday based on court papers.

The parties had been involved in a lawsuit over the treatment of Dr. Robert Koblin since 2018.

Vicky Cornell is convinced that her husband's suicide in 2017 had something to do with the medication the musician was prescribed.

She stated in the case that in the last 20 months of his life, the doctor prescribed him 940 doses of the sedative lorazepam and also gave him oxycodone.

He would have neglected to inform the singer, who was addictive, of the risks of using those drugs, including an increased risk of suicide.

The doctor has always maintained that Cornell did know the dangers of the medication he was taking.