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. An attorney representing the family of a 6-year-old Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting survivor is seeking to sue the state of Connecticut for $100 million. The child is claiming to have heard “conversations, gun fire, and screaming” over the school’s intercom. The attorney says the lawsuit is about safety, not money. ” 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 .” Since Connecticut has immunity against most lawsuits unless it gives a party permission to go forward with a claim, Pinsky asked  the Connecticut claims commissioner this week to sue the state. Pinksy’s client, whom he references as “Jill Doe” in the claim, sustained ” emotional and psychological trauma and injury ” following the mass shooting at the school on Dec. 14. The filing claims 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. It also said the parties failed to carefully examine and review annual strategic school profile reports from the local school district and Sandy Hook Elementary as well as ” other submissions with respect to student safety and emergency response planning and protocol .” It says the parties also failed to require the school and local Board of Education to create and implement an effective student safety emergency response plan. Pinksy says he hasn’t gotten a reply from the state yet.  

Attorney Seeks $100M Lawsuit Against the State of Connecticut for Sandy Hook Mass Shooting

An attorney representing the family of a 6-year-old Sandy Hook shooting survivor is suing the state for 100 million dollars..

An attorney representing the family of a 6-year-old Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting survivor is seeking to sue the state of Connecticut for $100 million. The child is claiming to have heard “conversations, gun fire, and screaming” over the school’s intercom. The attorney says the lawsuit is about safety, not money. ”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.”

Since Connecticut has immunity against most lawsuits unless it gives a party permission to go forward with a claim, Pinsky asked  the Connecticut claims commissioner this week to sue the state. Pinksy’s client, whom he references as “Jill Doe” in the claim, sustained ”emotional and psychological trauma and injury” following the mass shooting at the school on Dec. 14.

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  1. Lawyers are scumbags…This suit is idiotic. To put a price on a child's life is rediculous and selfish.

  2. Now do you think this is worth 100 million? Sometimes people can act like savages. Unreal to me.. can a 6 yr old even spell one hundred million? Geeze..

  3. someone needs to take that lawyer out in the woods and show him some deliverance style handling…..blood sucking asshole……the mom ws to blame but now its the states fault?

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