(KCEN)- Nearly 2 years after the death of a Navarro College student her parents are now suing a Baylor fraternity and it's not just them.
The parents of 19-year-old Megan Helal have a list of nine other people targeted in their lawsuit, from bartenders, to bar owners, and others.
The suit claims negligence and the over-serving of alcohol at a Sigma Chi fraternity party, which they say played a part in her death.
Megan attended that party in March of 2010 at Mynar's Bar in West.
She was not a Baylor student, but attended Navarro College.
This party was hosted by the Sigma-Chi fraternity at Baylor.
The suit claims she was served alcohol even though she was under 21 and continuously given alcohol even though he was clearly intoxicated.
Megan died hours after the party.
"Megan Halel should never have been given a drink of alcohol period," Linda Turley of Turley Law Firm said. "She'd still be alive right now. She would be a junior in college by now."
Megan was found unresponsive in a fraternity member's apartment, but was pronounced dead at Hillcrest Hospital soon thereafter.
Waco police originally arrested several people but then closed the case as autopsy results determined she died of natural causes.
Now the Sigma Chi fraternity on the Baylor campus was banned because of this event as well as other infractions.
The family is suing for more than $50,000 for loss as well as medical and burial expenses in Megan's death.