Can I sue my employer for putting me a risk?

You can sue your employer for putting you at risk, but the judge will throw out the case if you don’t have any damages. Suing someone preemptively for damages that haven’t occurred yet is a loser in court. If you have concerns you should put them in writing to the employer and also contact OSHA if you think violations have occurred. Do not do something you think is unsafe.

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