Delivery Drivers to Sue Pizza Hut Franchisee

On May 11, 2016, Kimble Law filed a lawsuit on behalf of two delivery drivers at America’s Pizza Company, LLC, a franchisee who owns over 120 Pizza Hut restaurants nationwide.  The plaintiffs allege that they were denied proper minimum wage and overtime payments by the Louisiana-based employer.  In addition to making claims for themselves, the plaintiffs also seek to represent their fellow delivery drivers, who they believe have been subjected to the same pay policies as they have.

Specifically, the plaintiffs allege that they were paid “tip credit minimum wage,” however they were not properly reimbursed for the expenses they incurred while making deliveries to Pizza Hut customers.  By failing to reimburse their drivers who incurred expenses for their benefit, the plaintiffs allege that America’s Pizza Company has paid them less than the minimum wage and overtime payments required by law.

See the Class Action Complaint: First Amended Class Action Complaint

If you are a delivery driver who is not reimbursed for automobile related expenses, contact Kimble Law today for a free consultation at 614-983-0361.

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