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Sugarland State Fair Collapse Lawsuit Filed By Starr Austen & Miller

Attorney Mario Massillamany has announced that Starr Austen & Miller has filed a complaint today on behalf of 48 victims of the Sugarland State Fair stage collapse, which occurred on August 13, 2011. Entitled 'Jill Polet et al vs Sugarland Music, Inc et al', the case has been filed in Marion County Superior Court 14 in Indiana under cause number 49D14-1111-CT-44823. On August 13, 2011, a large crowd of Sugarland fans gathered at the Indiana State Fair Grounds expecting a great country music concert, and instead tragedy struck. During a severe thunderstorm with very strong winds the stage at the outdoor...

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Some who were hurt in State Fair collapse are unable to receive money from relief fund

Some victims of the Sugarland stage collapse have looked for compensation for their medical bills and injuries caused as a result of this tragedy from the State Fair Relief Fund, just to be denied because they did not meet the strict guidelines the fund imposed to determine eligibility. The State Fair Relief Fund is comprised of approximately $970,000 of donated money, and whose stated purpose is to help the victims of this accident. Thirty seven victims of the stage collapse have applied for access to money in the fund, but of those only twenty have been approved, with approximately $470,000 having...

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Investigation of Mini Cooper Engine Fires

Starr Austen & Miller is investigating engine compartment fires in certain models of the Mini Cooper. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Office of Defect Investigation has announced that it is investigating a number of complaints about engine fires in Mini Coopers. The models that affected include the sport coupe’s S models, the Clubman and Convertible, for the 2007 and 2008 model years. There are approximately 36,000 of this type of car on the road. The complaints include engine fires, some of which occurred while the engine was off, and some of which resulted in a total loss of the vehicle. No physical...

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Multidistrict Litigation Panel Rules On Nationwide Class Action Against DuPont

Logansport, IN, October 21, 2011 – Mario Massillamany of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced the ruling by the Multidistrict Litigation Panel regarding the nationwide class action lawsuit against E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company ("DuPont") COMMA charging that DUPONT'S herbicide Imprelis is causing widespread death among trees and other non-targeted vegetation across the country. The federal panel ruled that the Eastern District of Pennsylvania will serve the over 40 class actions pending in 18 districts. The panel’s basis was due to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency office responsible for the investigation and handling of...

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Starr Austen & Miller investigating listeria outbreak in the United States

Starr Austen and Miller LLP is investigating the listeria outbreak in the United States.  Jensen Farms in Colorado has been reported as the source of the listeria outbreak due to contaminated cantaloupes distributed and sold in several states which has resulted in illness and death.  To date, 84 illnesses and 16 deaths have been reported making it the deadliest food outbreak in more than a decade.  If you or a loved one are a victim of the listeria outbreak contact Starr Austen and Miller LLP for more information at 574-722-6676.  For more information about the outbreak, click here....

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MDL Hearing Today on Indiana Golf Course Company’s Class Action Lawsuit Alleging DuPont’s New Herbicide Imprelis Causing Death Of Trees Nationwide

-- Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) Hearing to Determine Where Nationwide Class Action Cases Will Be Heard Logansport, IN, September 27, 2011 – Today, Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, along with the other plaintiff’s firms that have filed class action lawsuits against E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company ("DuPont"), charging that DUPONT'S herbicide Imprelis is causing widespread death among trees and other non-targeted vegetation across the country, will argue in a multidistrict litigation hearing to a federal panel as to where all of the cases should be transferred. Multidistrict litigation is a procedure utilized in the federal court system...

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Imprelis ® Class Action Filed; Interview with Mario Massillamany

Indiana Golf Course Company And Pennsylvania Homeowner File Class Action Lawsuit Alleging DuPont's New Herbicide Imprelis ® Causing Death Of Trees Nationwide Need For Impacted Property Owners To Take And Preserve Soil Sample Highlighted [ml_raw_html] [/ml_raw_html] Logansport, IN, July 18, 2011 - Scott Starr of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, and Jonathan Selbin of the national plaintiffs' law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, announced that a Pennsylvania homeowner and an Indiana golf course company today filed a nationwide class action lawsuit against  E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company ("DuPont"),  charging that DuPont's herbicide, Imprelis, is causing...

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Kohler Class Action Filed

Read the official filed complaint below: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA SOUTH BEND DIVISION SHEPLER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., AN INDIANA CORPORATION, ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND ALL OTHERS SIMILARLY SITUATED, Plaintiff, v, KOHLER CO., A WISCONSIN CORPORATION, Defendant. CASE NO. 3:11-cv-246 AMENDED CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT Plaintiff Shepler Construction Company, Inc. (“Plaintiff” or “Shepler”), by and through its counsel, Starr Austen & Miller, LLP, based upon its individual experience, the investigation of counsel and on information and belief, alleges on behalf of itself and the proposed Plaintiff class defined herein, as follows: I. JURISDICTION AND VENUE 1. Venue is appropriate in the Unites...

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Class Action Alleges UPL

Lawyers use United Financial decision to make their argument. The gift of estate planning services that Portland, Ind., resident Jeffrey G. Corle and his wife received in 2010 seemed at first like a thoughtful and worthwhile investment in their future. The couple felt that way about the gift until questions about Unauthorized Practice of Law began drawing attention away from what the estate planning package offered and focused on what was not included:  adequate lawyer involvement. Now, the Jay County man is the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit in the Northern District of Indiana that aims not only to recover the $2,495...

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