Attorney General Letitia James in a statement Wednesday criticized the reported settlement reached with thousands of governments around the country, Purdue Pharma and members of the Sackler family.

The details of the settlement are yet to be released, but James indicated a settlement would not hold the pharmaceutical firm to account for the opioid addiction crisis.

“While our country continues to recover from the carnage left by the Sacklers’ greed, this family is now attempting to evade responsibility and lowball the millions of victims of the opioid crisis,” she said. “A deal that doesn’t account for the depth of pain and destruction caused by Purdue and the Sacklers is an insult, plain and simple. As attorney general, I will continue to seek justice for victims and fight to hold bad actors accountable, no matter how powerful they may be.”

James and local governments in New York are pursuing a case against opioid makers.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday a separate lawsuit filed by the Department of Financial Services, seeking to recoup $2 billion in increased insurance costs.