Dayton Area Domino’s Sued for Alleged Minimum Wage Violations

 

On September 8, 2016, Kimble Law, LLC filed a Class Action Complaint on behalf of pizza delivery drivers at twenty Dayton-area Domino’s Pizza restaurants.

In the Complaint, the Plaintiff-delivery driver alleges that he and his co-workers were denied proper wages because they were required to pay out-of-pocket for gasoline, automobile maintenance, and other expenses in order to perform their duties as delivery drivers, but were reimbursed only $.90 per delivery. By requiring him and his co-workers to cover expenses that were for the pizza giant’s benefit without adequate reimbursement, the plaintiff alleges, the defendants did not pay him minimum wage.

The plaintiff seeks to represent a class that includes all delivery drivers at all Domino’s locations in the Dayton area who work or have worked during the last three years. Read the Class Action Complaint here: Class Action Complaint

Do you work as a delivery driver, but think you do not receive adequate reimbursement for your out-of-pocket expenses? Call Andrew Kimble at 614-636-0509 or complete the form below to initiate a free, confidential consultation.

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