Everytown Law Represents the Sheikh Family for the Wrongful Death of Their Daughter Sabika

November 28, 2018

GALVESTON COUNTY, Texas – Everytown Law has been retained by the family of Sabika Aziz Sheikh, an exchange student murdered at Santa Fe High School on May 18, 2018. On November 28, 2018, Everytown filed a petition in intervention in Stone v. Pagourtzis, a case against the shooter’s parents for their negligent storage of firearms, without which, the student would not have been able to carry out the murder of ten of his fellow students and teachers. On June 12, 2019, Everytown filed an amended petition, adding claims against the shooter.

On March 4, 2020, Everytown Law filed an amended petition, adding negligence and conspiracy claims against Luckygunner (an online ammunition sales website), its founders, and two affiliated companies. The petition alleges that Luckygunner and its affiliates negligently and illegally sold and delivered ammunition to the underage shooter.

On May 1, 2020, Luckygunner and related defendants removed the lawsuit from state court to federal court. On June 1, 2020, Everytown filed a motion to remand the case to state court.

Intervention in Stone v. Pagourtzis (November 28, 2018)  

Defendants’ Original Answer (January 4, 2019)  

First Amended Petition & Request for Disclosure (June 12, 2019)  

Second Amended Petition (November 12, 2019)  

Third Amended Petition (March 4, 2020)  

PRESS RELEASE – Lawsuit Alleges Teen Who Carried Out Mass Shooting at Santa Fe High School Illegally Bought Ammunition on Website That Never Verified His Age (March 5, 2020)  

Notice of Removal (May 1, 2020)  

Plaintiffs’ and Plaintiff-Intervenors’ Motion to Remand (June 1, 2020)