A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Alisha Brennon, whose partner, Christina Santiago, was killed in the accident.
The state of Indiana has agreed to pay the full $5 million to the State Fair stage collapse victims who filed a class action law suit.
A well-known compensation expert has agreed to handle the donation distributions to Indiana State Fair stage collapse victims.
22-year old Jennifer Haskell was studying to be an athletic trainer at Ball State University.
Attorney Kenneth Allen said a class action suit on behalf of any person injured physically or emotionally should not apply and would only "muddy the water."
The engineering company the commission has hired to conduct the on-site accident investigation, is seeking photos and video of the stage.
State Fair Spokesman Andy Klotz said policies and procedures are also under scrutiny.
The family of a man killed in the State Fair disaster has filed a tort claim notice, a first step toward a lawsuit against the state of Indiana.
The victim was a 24-year-old cheerleading coach from Ohio.
Attorney Kenneth Allen is representing the family of Tammy Vandam, who was killed in the incident, and her life partner Beth Urschel, who was severely injured.