The settlement was finalized Sept. 16 with Olga Alexsoff, 55, who filed the lawsuit in April 2011, according to the Daily Herald.
The incident occurred June 16, 2010, outside Alexsoff's home in 14000 block of Angelico Street while police were arresting her son, Dimitar Alexsoff, on drug charges.
During the arrest, Olga Alexsoff reportedly began interfering with police, at which point they asked her to step back. When she refused, police handcuffed her and she suffered a torn rotator cuff as she was struggling to get away, according to a Chicago Tribune report.
In her lawsuit, Alexsoff claimed police officers did not respond to questions when making the arrest. She also claimed the officers violently pushed her to put her in handcuffs—causing injuries throughout her body—and proceeded to "intentionally and improperly touch her breasts and vaginal area without her consent."
Alexsoff also claims officers searched her home without a warrant, probable cause or consent.
About $13,000 of the $435,000 settlement will go to Medicare for past treatment, according to the Chicago Tribune. About $189,000 will go toward future medical treatment, and $232,000 will go to Alexsoff and her attorney.