Gun Manufacturer Facing Lawsuit In Deadly Uvalde Gun Massacre
On this episode of Cut to the Chase:, Attorney Stephanie Sherman discusses her recent lawsuit filed on behalf of some of the victims of the Uvalde gun massacre last year leaving 19 students and 2 teachers dead. The gunman had just turned 18 and was able to purchase an AR-15 and a staggering amount of ammunition with just a background check. After shooting his grandmother in the face, the gunmen proceeded to the school where he began his assault. Law enforcement stood by 77 minutes while the massacre ensued until Border Control arrived and took the gunmen down.
Stephanie has brought in the school, law enforcement and even the gun manufacturer Daniel Defense who advertises it's guns as military styled weapons and preys on the youth through such platforms as Call of Duty. While gun manufacturers have legal protection from liability, a recent lawsuit resulting from the Sandy Hook massacre was successfully prosecuted against Remington-the gun manufacturer in that massacre.
For a link to the facts and background of Stephanie's lawsuit, click here. https://www.baumhedlundlaw.com/blog/2022/june/uvalde-texas-school-shooting-lawsuit-justice-for/
And to contact Stephanie or read about her background, click here. https://www.baumhedlundlaw.com/attorneys/stephanie-b-sherman/