The Indiana Court of Appeals Wednesday ruled that the state’s tort claims cap – which limits how much money people can sue the state for – is constitutional.
The state’s tort claims cap is set at $700,000 per person and $5 million per incident.
Jordyn Polet is the only injured victim of the State Fair stage collapse who did not accept the state’s settlement offer in 2011.
Part of Polet’s lawsuit over the tragedy challenged that claims cap.
In a unanimous decision, the Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of the cap.