Lawsuit Filed Against Sig Sauer, After Maine Sheriff’s Deputy Alleges Injury From Gun Malfunction

PORTLAND, Maine — A lawsuit is being filed against New Hampshire-based gun manufacturer Sig Sauer over allegations that one of their guns unintentionally discharged, causing injury to a Somerset County sheriff’s deputy. 

The lawsuit alleges that David Cole, 40, was shot in the leg in 2022 by his issued P320 pistol while he was walking and the weapon was in its holster. The bullet reportedly shattered multiple bones in his leg, requiring multiple surgeries, months of medical care, and therapy.   

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