SURFSIDE, F.L. (AP) — Attorneys who worked to secure settlements topping $1 billion in the collapse of a beachfront Florida condominium building in which 98 people died are requesting about $100 million in fees and costs.

A court filing made public Monday says the request represents a discount of as much as $200 million compared with typical class-action cases.

The final amount of fees and costs will be determined by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Michael Hanzman, who has already given preliminary approval to the victim settlements negotiated by the lawyers. The money would come from those settlements, which total more than $1.02 billion.

A fairness hearing on the settlements is set for June 23.