A pizza delivery driver at a Pizza Hut in Scotts Bluff, Nebraska filed a federal lawsuit against her employer, a Pizza Hut franchisee who operates Pizza Hut stores in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, and Missouri.
Like many other similar cases around the county, the lawsuit alleges that the company enacted and enforced reimbursement policies that resulted in their delivery drivers making less than minimum wage for the hours they work after accounting for expenses.
Federal law prohibits employers from paying employees less than minimum wage, either outright or by improperly shifting costs onto employees.
The lawsuit asserts claims against a number of Defendants that Plaintiff alleges operate Pizza Hut franchises: GMRG ACQ1, LLC d/b/a the Grand Mere Restaurant Group; Michael Cherney; Victor Heutz; Steve McDermott; and Chad Magner.
Since 2019, Biller & Kimble has helped tens of thousands of pizza delivery drivers recover over $30 million asserting similar claims all across the country.
If you are a delivery driver who has worked at this or any other pizza company around the country, contact our firm to find out if you might be owed unreimbursed expenses. We can explain the process you can go through to get those expenses back. Give us a call at (513) 428-8689 or fill out the form below for a free consultation.
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