Challenging Ind.'s $5M Damage Cap

Law360, New York (December 5, 2011, 5:37 PM EST) -- Aug. 13, 2011, will forever go down in Indiana history as a dark day, not only because of the inclement weather that rolled through central Indiana that evening, but because on that fateful day, seven Hoosiers lost their lives and several others were injured when the stage at the Indiana State Fair that was set to host Sugarland collapsed. These events have become all too familiar to those in Indiana and throughout the country.

Not surprisingly, within days and weeks of the accident, the first lawsuits...
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