Legal procedures and research mean it could be two years before the state fair stage collapse lawsuits make it to court.
The members of Sugarland gave depositions about the state fair stage collapse, but those have not been made public.
The reports from two investigations into the state fair stage collapse will be released today.
The Indiana State Fair Commission will receive the reports during their monthly meeting Thursday.
The members of Sugarland say they will make themselves available for depositions in May.
In response to last year’s State Fair stage collapse, the state is preparing new stage inspection rules.
Two women are facing fraud charges after officials say they tried to take money from the State Fair Remembrance Fund.
64 of the 65 claimants who were offered settlements from the state fair disaster have accepted those offers.
According to the Attorney General’s office, the class-action lawsuit filed by firm Cohen and Malad on behalf of the stage collapse victims should be dismissed.
The engineering company the commission has hired to conduct the on-site accident investigation, is seeking photos and video of the stage.