I apologize if my question is moot or redundant, but, here it goes.
This question pops into my mind, given the “litigation happy” environment we endure- first, the scenario: a legal CCW owner is caught in a situation where the opportunity to extinguish a threat presented itself, but having an open shooting lane, for whatever reason, weapon drawn, they did not shoot. The criminal subsequently kills another at the scene, and then makes escape. It’s all caught on video. No criminal charges against the CCW owner are filed, but the family of the victim elects to sue the CCW owner because they feel their family member would not have died if they would have acted. Would the litigator be successful in getting the case to court? Would USCCA have their back?