Three people who had their fingers injured and cut off by Martha Stewart chairs reached a settlement.

On Thursday, the trio's attorney Guy Cook denied to state how much was resolved at the settlement in Chicago due to confidentiality, but stated that his clients are satisfied with the settlement in spite of the injuries they suffered.

The lawsuit cited the patio chairs had defective legs that broke and cut appendages caught between the chair and its legs.

The chairs were a part of the Martha Stewart Living collection sold exclusively in Kmart stores.

The three people injured included an Illinois college student, a New York retiree and a Kentucky girl.

This is not the first case of a lawsuit regarding similar chairs designed by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.

The same attorney first filed the same suit in 2008 and settled in early 2009. Cook claims that Kmart continued to sell the chairs after they were redesigned.