do you think that you can prosecute your employer if they refuse to let you leave early during icy road conditions if you were to get in an accident on the way home because of the weather?
my dh's job is located in an extremely hilly area and there is no way to avoid the hills. his retail store is the only store open in their shopping center. and their district manager (who is not in state) has already said no store will close due to weather conditions.
when he got to work, the roads were just getting slushy, but now that its dark, its pretty much straight ice. i am so frustrated because he is our sole income right now. and i cant afford to have him hurt.
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