Posted: 07/18/2007 - CHICAGO (AP) -- The attorney for a Chicago dentist whose five-year-old patient died after a routine procedure says he hopes the $1 milllion settlement with the family brings closure to the tragedy. The family of Diamond Brownridge settled with Doctor Hicham Riba (HEE'-shom REE'-bah) yesterday. Brownridge family attorney Robert Clifford says the settlement is inadequate but the family accepted it because it was the full value of Riba's insurance policy. Diamond never woke up after a September 23rd procedure at Riba's storefront clinic to fill cavities and cap teeth. The Cook County medical examiner's office determined the kindergartner died from a lack of oxygen caused by anesthesia. In May, the state ruled that Riba's dental license should be suspended for at least 18 months. Riba is contesting that ruling.