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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Indiana’s $5 million cap on liability in accidents is far too low for the number of deaths and injuries involved in last Saturday’s deadly stage collapse at the state fair, personal-injury lawyers say.

The Indianapolis Business Journal reported that Indiana law limits individual damage claims against the state to $700,000 and overall claims to $5 million per event.

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