I understand that if someone is killed at work, the only remedy against
the company is through workers comp. However, if they were killed in a
machine, I understand the maker of that machine can be sued.
I also understand the maker of that machine can countersue the company
and say that it was "improper training" or something else.
Would the company that manufactured the machine sue the company where
the individual got killed only or also sue managers in the company
individually. (Such as plant manager or safety manager?)
If a manager is sued can they file for bankrupcy for protection?