Attorneys for the 84,000 sexual abuse survivors identified in the Boy Scouts of America’s bankruptcy case said they expect the $850 million settlement agreement announced Thursday is just a fraction of the total amount claimants will ultimately receive. 

The settlement to be paid by the BSA and its local counsels, if approved by the Delaware Bankruptcy Court following a hearing later this month and a vote by victims, would be the largest settlement of child sexual abuse claims in U.S. history, but attorneys say they’re now going after billions more, which could make it the largest sexual abuse settlement overall.