Recently, parents of the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting filed a claim against the gun manufacturers, pinning partial blame on them for the deaths at the school.
The lawyers argued a theory of “negligent entrustment” meaning one party must have a relationship with another party and then give them access to the firearm.
The frivolous lawsuit filed by a minority of Sandy Hook Elementary school parents against Bushmaster and Remington Arms has been dismissed.
A Superior Court judge has thrown out the lawsuit against the gun maker brought by the families of the Sandy Hook tragedy.
In a 54-page decision filed Friday afternoon, Judge Barbara Bellis granted a motion to strike the entire lawsuit brought against the gun maker,Remington Outdoor Company, the dealer, Camfour Inc. and the company that owned the gun store, Riverview Sales where A___ L___’*s mother bought the assault rifle.
The judge ruled the lawsuit does