This is not about simply suing over a loss. It is about specifically suing someone because they relayed bad info about who died and who didn't.
Capitalize on a tragedy? I don't get paid for this so how am I capitalizing on a tragedy by discussing it?
If you sue someone because of an actual mistake that did not result in anyone losing their life, but was a true simple mistake, it implies that you either don't make any simple mistakes or that you need to be sued for the simple mistakes you do make.
"Since October, the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration has issued 50 citations to the Sago mine, some as recently as Dec. 21, including citations for accumulation of combustible materials such as coal dust and loose coal."
Possibly take personal responsibility for the fact that their loved ones worked in very KNOWN hazardous conditions and that if anyone is to be sued, it is NOT the guy who accidentally claimed people were still alive but the mine for having so many citations that were not corrected.