These individuals have received serious, often career-ending, injuries through no fault of their own; injuries that occurred when their Sig Sauer P320 pistols misfired, firing a live round without them pulling the trigger.
SIG Sauer, Inc., headquartered in New Hampshire, has failed to issue a recall for this dangerous product, placing potentially one million Sig Sauer P320 gun owners at risk for serious injury or death.
WHAT IS A SIG SAUER P320?
The Sig Sauer P320 is a striker-fired, semi-automatic pistol made by SIG Sauer, Inc. in New Hampshire. After landing a massive deal to supply these pistols to the U.S. Army, Sig Sauer made these pistols for law enforcement and the general public. While Sig Sauer designed external safeties into each P320 sold to the military, they did not carry this design over to the non-military P320s. The vast majority of P320 models for sale to federal agencies, law enforcement agencies, and the general public do not even offer external safeties as an option.
IS THE SIG SAUER P320 PRONE TO FIRING WITHOUT A TRIGGER PULL?
These guns are prone to firing without the user pulling on the trigger. Sig Sauer was ordered to fix the pistols for the military when it submitted its P320 design but continued to sell the commercial version of the gun without external safeties. Even with a “voluntary upgrade” later offered for these pistols, the Sig Sauer P320 is still operating with a potentially deadly design defect, which can inadvertently discharge, even when the gun is holstered, according to multiple lawsuits filed.
MY SIG SAUER P320 DISCHARGED WITHOUT ME PULLING THE TRIGGER. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
If you sustained injuries as a result of your P320 handgun misfiring, contact us immediately. You are not alone, and we can help.
If you or a loved one have been injured by a misfiring Sig Sauer handgun, contact SMB today. For nearly 25 years, SMB has been taking on corporations on behalf of injured victims—and we have recovered over $2 billion dollars for injured victims in the process.
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A recent lawsuit was filed against Sig Sauer, Inc., on behalf of George Abrahams, a veteran of the U.S. army whose gun went off on its own, in his pants pocket, as he walked down the steps inside his home in Philadelphia.
Another recent lawsuit against Sig Sauer, Inc., was filed by Howard Robert Northrop, 69, a longtime Tampa resident and decorated officer. He alleges in the complaint (Northrop v. Sig Sauer, et al. Circuit Court of Florida, 7/27/2021) that his department-issued Sig Sauer P320 wounded him in the leg without ever touching the weapon’s trigger.
- “Like a ‘ticking bomb’: Lawsuit claims Sig Sauer P320 fired unintentionally inside a Philly home,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 15, 2022
SMB attorneys work tirelessly to help you get all the compensation to which you may be entitled—including payments for pain and suffering, emotional trauma, past and future medical expenses, lost income, and future earnings.
If you or a loved one’s Sig Sauer P320 pistol misfired, SMB is committed to obtaining all the results you need and deserve.