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Old 11-15-2012   #11
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Originally Posted by GP View Post
Class act organizations don't generally like to employ people who do that sort of thing.

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How do you figure that? I think he has a valid claim. Let's say your employer uses a rental car service that supplies you a rental car. Due to a defect in the car, you were injured. Are you saying it would be wrong for you to sue the rental car company if they knew about the defect and that your employer would hold it against you?

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