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Settlement Between Indiana State Fair, Stage Collapse Victims and Stage Owner Rejected

This has gone from sad to pitiful. As usual when the lawyers get involved somebody has got to be blamed so somebody else can get paid.

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Indiana State Fair Case Involving Sugarland Not Going to Trial Until 2014

This summer, plenty of country music fans will both remember and mourn the Indiana State Fair tragedy. In August of 2011, the fair stage collapsed before a Sugarland performance, killing seven people and injuring dozens more. Since the accident, Sugarland’s Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles have been wrapped up in depositions and legal proceedings for a trial that will determine who is responsible for the stage collapse.

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Sugarland Allowed to Give Video Deposition in Indiana State Fair Case

Lawyers for both sides agreed that Sugarland could give their deposition in lawsuits stemming from last August’s stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair offsite, via video. The band will sit down to record next week in Charleston, W.V.

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Concert Lawsuit May Include Sugarland

When the stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair on Aug 13, I'm sure the last thing on Jennifer Nettles' and Kristian Bush's minds was a lawsuit. But here they come. Under Indiana law, defendants, or victims, have 270 days to file a tort

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Sugarland Addresses Indiana Stage Collapse in Moving Open Letter

After experiencing the terror, confusion, and sadness of last Saturday night’s stage collapse at the Indiana State Fair, the members of Sugarland are understandably shaken up. And while their tour continues, the band’s thoughts and prayers remain with the victims and their families.

In a heartfelt open letter posted on their website, Sugarland addressed the incident, trying to put their feelings into words and explaining their plans to honor those who died while continuing to sort out the events that led to the collapse.

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