If you were to accidentally kill someone with your car or in some kind of horrific accident, police would treat it as a criminal investigation just to be safe. But when American workers are killed on the job, authorities rarely get involved and the worker’s death gets written off as a tragic accident. There’s no incentive for employers to make the workplace safer for their workers, so maybe it’s time we start treating these deaths as homicides?

Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this with attorney David TeSelle.