Attorney Irving Pinsky is seeking $100 million in damages on behalf of his client, a survivor of the [Sandy Hook] shooting identified only as Jill Doe.
The girl was at the elementary school during the attack and heard everything including gunfire, screaming and conversations over the intercom, Pinsky wrote in his Thursday letter to the state claims commissioner.
He said the State Board of Education, Connecticut Department of Education and State Commissioner of Education failed to protect his client from “foreseeable harm” by not providing a safe setting, failing to determine whether the local Newtown Board of Education had provided a safe setting, and failing to require the school and the local board to make an emergency response plan.
To make room for their greed, trials lawyers throw every trace of shame overboard. You can expect further opportunistic looting to follow.
On a tip from Wiggins.