No doubt you've heard that the Big Pharma companies manufacturing and distributing the experimental gene therapy anti-Covid medications are themselves immune--immune from legal liability, that is. That's not the end of the story, though. You're also no doubt aware of employers and other institutions--prominently, universities--have been mandating that persons subject to their pressure (employees, students, etc.) submit to participation in this medical experiment. That's problematic for those making such demands.
A reader brought this article to my attention:
It’s also possible that employers requiring the injections may be held legally liable for violating federal law.
OSHA is perfectly clear on this point:
As you can imagine this is no small matter. While the Left wants you to believe that adverse reactions are rare--and rarely serious--that's not really true. Moreover, the alarming statistics that we've seen in just a few months may be just the tip of the iceberg. Consider:
Under the new OSHA clarification, such employers may be held liable for injuries due to these requirements.
I have absolutely no experience in this area of the law. I'm sure it's complicated by local Workman's Compensation laws as well as various federal statutes. Nor do I know whether class actions might be possible for these cases. One thing I do know--defendants who, in defiance of the law, injured employees and/or students by pressuring them to participate in a medical experiment will receive little to no sympathy from virtually any jury I can imagine.