Attorneys for the Jackson School District and the mother of a 12-year-old student agreed on a $22,000 settlement agreement Friday in Cape Girardeau County Court. Christine Windes, representing her daughter Alexis sued the district for damages related to injuries Alexis sustained during a roller skating mishap Jan. 24, 2014, at a Jackson school. Christine Windes declined to comment on the extent of her daughter’s injuries. Details of the incident were not included in court documents. The majority of the settlement, $11,183, will fund periodic payments from Pacific Life and Annuity Services Inc. Windes’ attorney, Ashley Vaughan says Alexis will have access to these payments when she turns 18. The second-largest portion of the settlement will go to Vaughan’s firm, Brown & Crouppen of St. Louis — $8,800 in attorneys fees and $935 for costs expended during court proceedings. About $182 will be paid for medical bills. Christine Windes will receive $1,000 for expenses incurred by the family. Jackson schools associate superintendent Wade Bartels said liability insurance coverage will cover the settlement.