Georgia lawyers have been fighting for five years to get in front of a jury with a case seeking to hold a social media company accountable for a smartphone application they claim is dangerous and deadly.

They got a boost last week in California, with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruling their case could go forward. They’re awaiting a key decision from Georgia’s highest court. And they have a U.S. Supreme Court justice already on record arguing in favor of giving claims like this a chance to be heard.