A Nevada law protects the gun manufacturers from culpability unless one of their firearms malfunctions.
Social media outrage grows after company attempts to dismiss liability claims.
Paddock killed 58 people in an attack on a music festival.
Las Vegas police released a report on Friday with their findings from the hotel room.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department sheriff said on Friday that Paddock's finances could have been a motive for the mass shooting.
Lawyers for police argued authorities could not release sealed documents because they are investigating more charges.
One couple's harrowing ordeal didn't end when the shooting stopped.
Along with financial compensation, all of the cases have two main goals: helping prevent another tragedy and getting answers for survivors and the families of victims.
Some attorneys say MGM's paid room for its security guard could result in him providing a version of the shooting timeline that is favorable to the company.
The Ellen Show is to broadcast the first, and possibly only, interview with the guard shot by Stephen Paddock.
A timely study presents some staggering numbers.
Stephen Paddock's massive arsenal raises questions about gun regulation and hotel security.
"Our grief isn't enough," tweeted Hillary Clinton. "We can and must put politics aside, stand up to the NRA and work together to try to stop this from happening again."
A number of Las Vegas hotels enforced lockdowns, leaving partiers stuck inside clubs.
Police have identified a single attacker in the incident in which more than 50 people were killed.