Staff’ Compensation — Intentional tort exception – Michigan Attorneys Weekly

Workers’ Compensation — Intentional tort exception – Michigan Lawyers Weekly

in Michigan Court of Appeals (Unpublished Civil), Most Important Opinions, Opinion Digests

July 10, 2020

Where a plaintiff machine operator filed a complaint against the defendant employer after the plaintiff’s hand slid into a machine, resulting in the amputation of four fingers, the plaintiff has failed to produce evidence to establish that the defendant’s supervisory employees knew that injury was certain to occur.
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