Here come the law suits


#1

This is why lawyers are hated.

And So it Begins: First Lawsuit Filed in Sandy Hook Shooting, Lawyer Seeks $100M ‘on Behalf’ of a 6-Year-Old

by Becket Adams

A lawyer who’s asking to sue Connecticut for $100 million on behalf of a 6-year-old Newtown school shooting survivor who heard violence over the school’s intercom system says the potential claim is about improving school security, not money.

Seriously, it’s not about the $100 million. It’s about “security.” Trust him. He’s a lawyer.

“It’s about living in a world that’s safe,” New Haven attorney Irving Pinsky told The Associated Press on Saturday. “The answer is about protecting the kids.”

Pinsky asked this week to sue the state, which has immunity against most lawsuits unless it gives a party permission to go forward with a claim. Connecticut’s claims commissioner couldn’t be reached for comment the weekend.

Pinksy’s client, whom he calls “Jill Doe” in the claim, sustained “emotional and psychological trauma and injury” on Dec. 14 after gunman Adam Lanza forced his way into Sandy Hook Elementary School and gunned down 20 children and six adults inside in one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history.

The child heard “conversations, gunfire and screaming” over Sandy Hook’s intercom after someone in the office apparently switched on the system, according to the claim. Pinsky said Saturday he didn’t know whether his client saw anyone die.
The state Board of Education, Department of Education and state education commissioner failed to protect the child “from foreseeable harm,” including by failing to provide a safe school setting, the filing said.

And So it Begins: First Lawsuit Filed in Sandy Hook Shooting, Lawyer Seeks $100M ‘on Behalf’ of a 6-Year-Old | TheBlaze.com


#2

Seriously, it’s not about the $100 million. It’s about “security.” Trust him. He’s a lawyer.

Near says it all.
And people from CT aren’t money-grubbing, snobs with a superiority complex.

The child heard “conversations, gunfire and screaming” over Sandy Hook’s intercom after someone in the office apparently switched on the system.

No invectiveness in the word “after” in that sentence, is there?

And I’d like to know how anybody’s going to prove what a dead person heard.


#3

Hey, this is what a once honorable profession has become, ambulance chasing scum, the lot. And I’ll BET YOU the court system WILL hear and rule favorably on this and other assumed cases, because it comes from insurance companies—and they can afford it—right?
that honorable profession also became denmocratic congressmen- the lowest of the low- even below ambulance chasing