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Las Vegas Firm Files Lawsuit Against Bump Stock Manufacturer

A Las Vegas law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against a bump stock manufacturer on behalf of all those “who tragically suffered emotional distress” as a result of the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival, the Las Vegas Review-Journal is reporting.

Authorities have said unman Stephen Paddock used an attachment on semi-automatic weapons known as a “bump stock” to increase the firing capacity of his rifles when he killed 58 and injured hundreds on Oct. 1.

Eglet Prince law firm filed the 30-page suit in state district court, citing claims of negligence, infliction of emotional distress, products liability and public nuisance, according to reporter David Ferrara.

Read the Review-Journal article.


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