it's been a while since I dealt with
these cases but about 10 years ago,
having Workman's Compensa
tion in Ontario nullified the right to
sue the employer. I'm guessing it's the
same now, but I could be wrong.
And with Canadacare, there are no medical, right?
Only lost time.
Strange how we sue employers and manufacturers for such negligence as
failure to remind us that picking up a lawnmower to use it as a hedge
trimmer exposes our fingers to danger, but don't want to deny a claim if
someone disregards any warning....
When I was in high school I was fascinated with the shaper.
I made tables with edges done on the shaper,
drop leaf tables.
Rail and Stile doors.
Not once did I use a guard. The unit didn't have one. I was scared when
I started. That was a big cutter, spinning fast.
The point is this. Back then there was no guard, or if there was it
wasn't in place. I am surprised at their attitude.
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