Domino's Pizza Delivery Driver Lawsuit


Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP and Weinhaus & Potashnick have filed a lawsuit seeking unpaid wages and unreimbursed expenses on behalf of pizza delivery drivers in New York against Domino's Pizza LLC. The case is known as Bodon, Curry, Annunziato et al. v. Domino's Pizza, LLC and was filed in the U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York.

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Details about the Lawsuit

The lawsuit alleges that Domino's Pizza, LLC violates federal (and state) wage and hour laws by failing to reimburse their pizza delivery drivers for their automobile expenses, resulting in the pizza delivery drivers being paid less than minimum wage. Specifically, the lawsuit alleges that the amount paid by the pizza company to pizza delivery drivers for automobile expenses are insufficient to reimburse them for the automobile costs incurred in delivering pizzas, including purchasing gasoline, vehicle parts and fluids, automobile and repair services, and automobile insurance, and suffering automobile depreciation.

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