The family of a man who died at a state-run nursing home would receive $108,000 under a settlement proposal. The settlement is to be presented to the Claims Commission on Thursday, when a hearing on the case had been scheduled. If approved by that panel, the award would then go before the Legislature, which is to convene in January. Forty-four-year-old Michael Johnson died of pneumonia in May 2003 at the Arkansas Health Center in Benton. He`d lived there since 1998 and had suffered brain injuries in a 1996 fall. A spokeswoman for the state Department of Human Services says officials chose to settle the claim in part out of a desire to put the center`s past troubles behind it. The center has changed policies after being criticized for its quality of care.