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Well, when you take poor legal advice from charlatans

You kind of have it coming: We Lost Our Daughter to a Mass Shooter and Now Owe $203,000 to His Ammo Dealer

9 Responses to “Well, when you take poor legal advice from charlatans”

  1. Daniel in Brookline Says:

    “We Lost Our Daughter to a Mass Shooter and Now Owe $203,000 to His Ammo Dealer”

    I’m sorry about the loss of your daughter to a madman, I truly am. But you have only yourselves to blame for pinning this on the ammo dealer. (When someone dies due to arson, do we blame the store that sold the matches? If your child died in a neighbor’s swimming pool, would you sue the water company, or the company that built the pool?)

  2. chiefjaybob Says:

    I, too, am sorry for this man’s loss. I can’t imagine the pain of losing a child.

    But my sympathy stops, abruptly, when I google his name and check his LinkedIn profile. Seems he works for the Brady Campaign. So, not only trying to capitalize on the death of his daughter, and filing a bullshit lawsuit to politicize it, but he’s working for the ghouls that push this behavior.

  3. KM Says:

    The loss of their daughter was terrible.

    Letting your Brady puppeteers convince you to drag her name through the mud is all on you.
    STFU and pay the man.

  4. jay Says:

    economically ignorant, as well, when he complains that lucky gunner isn’t even going to use the money to pay their lawyers. money is fungible, and LG’s lawyers were already paid. (which was probably half the point of trying to bring the suit in the first place.)

  5. Billll Says:

    To lose a child is truly a tragedy.

    To file such a lawsuit is just plain dumb. If such suits were winnable, car makers would be out of business on account of drunk drivers.

    To become, in effect a co-sponsor of Gun Blogger Rendezvous is just getting your nose rubbed in it.

  6. Jeffersonian Says:

    As an aside fully 90% of the victims of “drunk drivers” were in their parents car. Just saying.

  7. Ron W Says:

    Billll, I’m sure they would never have sued the alcoholic beverage maker or distributor had their daughter been killed by a drunk driver. I recall having a debate with a pro gun control doc when I worked in healthcare. She wanted to control guns because she was “worried about that 16 yr old that may get his hands on one”. I said what about if he gets some alcohol and drives? Would you favor everyone of age having to get a permit ( like a gun carry permit I must get) before they could purchase or partake of alcohol in a restaurant? She replied, ” oh no, I don’t think we should do that!” So there you have it.

  8. treefroggy Says:

    This is why lawyers need to be made to pay in these types of cases . They knew or should have known where this case would go . Isn’t this malpractice on their part ?

  9. wizardpc Says:

    The lawyers can be censured for bringing what they know is a frivolous lawsuit where the client will be liable like this.

    They won’t be censured, of course, because the bar association wants this type of lawsuit to succeed.