It's part of a now-familiar pattern. A gunman goes on a shooting rampage at a school, college, theater or mall. The victims' families grieve, the politicians debate gun laws, and often within weeks or a few months, the first civil lawsuits are filed.
Post-Shooting Lawsuits Are Hard To Win
The Connecticut Law Tribune
December 21, 2012
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