I'm not to sure on the correct forum to post this question, this does relate to motor vehicles. The business I work for is with cars, a reckless employee came very close to hitting another employee with a car. This guy managed to get out the way with only split seconds to spare. He's also had numerous other close calls but none as serious as this one. My manager knows about his recklessness, but so far has chosen not to fire this employee or take any disciplinary action against him.
My question being; if the reckless employee ends up injuring or even killing someone, can my manager be held accountable since he chose not to take any action regarding the reckless employee? This is in the state of Michigan.