Irish film director Neil Jordan has settled his High Court action over a fall in front of a Dublin Bus in the city centre.
Dublin Bus and one of its drivers had both denied liability over the incident, which involved no contact between the bus and Mr Jordan.
No details of the settlement, reached after day-long talks between the sides, were disclosed.
The 67-year-old director, of Sorrento Terrace, Dalkey, Co Dublin, sued over the incident at Dawson Street on April 19th, 2013.
Mr Jordan, who had had cruciate ligament surgery the previous week and was using a walking stick, was attempting to cross the pedestrian crossing at the top of Dawson Street.
He said he had a pedestrian light which was green so he walked across the road.
He claimed, as he approached the other side of the road, suddenly and without warning, he was caused to fall to the ground when a bus came around the corner and drove at him in an “aggressive manner” before it “suddenly stopped”.