Building collapse lawsuits seek to get answers, assign blame

The legal fallout from the deadly building collapse in Surfside, Florida, is already underway. It includes at least five lawsuits and a planned grand jury investigation. The litigation comes even as rescuers remain at the site hoping to find survivors. Thirty-two people have been found dead and more than 113 residents are thought to still be missing. Chapman University law professor Denis Binder studies wide-scale disasters and says they are increasingly leading to criminal negligence charges. He believes the harrowing images people see in real time through the media feed a need to seek answers about the tragedy and assess blame.