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December 07, 2011

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L Scott Pejic

In the Indiana stage collapse case the $300k amount for the seven folks that died is consistent with the wrongful death statute, which has a 300k cap. See IC 34-23-1-2. The statutory cap is unfair in most circumstances just like the $1.25 million medical malpractice cap.

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