According to TMZ, sources connected with the case say the wrongful death lawsuit was settled for a "very modest amount," which was paid by Jenner’s insurance.
Shortly after the accident, Jenner released a statement, saying, "My heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the families and loved ones and to all of those involved or injured in this terrible accident. I will continue to pray for them and I will continue to cooperate in every way possible."
The Los Angeles County District Attorney also declined to charge Jenner in the crash, stating that the former Olympian was traveling slightly below the speed limit, "minimally slower than victim," before the collision.
This dismissal comes after Jenner settled another lawsuit with Jessica Steindorff, who was also a driver involved in the fatal car collision.
Steindorff settled with Jenner in December for an undisclosed amount of money after seeking compensatory and punitive damages from the Olympic gold medalist, according to court documents obtained by ET.
But Jenner's legal worries don't end here. Just weeks ago, the family driving the Hummer filed a new lawsuit against Jenner. As ET previously reported, the Wolf-Millesi family claims to have suffered both "significant personal injuries and emotional distress" brought on by the incident.