Lack of Support for Injury Workers
by Vermel Thornhill
General Motors Corporation employed Vermel Thornhill from 1972 to 2000. On August 18, 2000, he was rear ended by a Hi-Lo at the General Motors Detroit Hamtramck Plant, rendering him completely and permanently disabled.
Although the incident was physically traumatizing for Vermel, the events that followed as he attempted to collect Workers Disability Compensation were nothing short of distressing.
Vermel documented his experiencea five-year-long battle with General Motors Corporation and the Michigan Justice Systemin an attempt to shed light on the injustices he experienced during this time as he fought for his monetary rights.
About the Author:
Vermel Thornhill resides in Michigan, where he enjoys fishing and watching sports. Vermel has four children.
(2016, Paperback, 380 pages)