EAGLE, Colo. (AP) – Lawyers for a woman attacked by two sheep dogs during a Colorado mountain bike race say they’ve settled a lawsuit against the dogs’ owners for $1 million.

Renee Legro was mauled by two Great Pyrenees dogs while riding her bike at Camp Hale, a former Army training camp in Eagle County, in 2008. Sheep rancher Sam Robinson, who pastured sheep on surrounding national forest land, was twice convicted of owning a dangerous dog, a misdemeanor, but Legro and her husband also sued Robinson and his wife.

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After several dismissals and appeals, Legro’s lawyer, Joseph Bloch, announced Wednesday that the Robinsons’ insurance company, Travelers, agreed to pay the maximum amount allowed under the Robinsons’ policy – $1 million. The case was dismissed last week.

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The insurance company didn’t immediately have an immediate comment.

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