Delivery driver sues GT Pizza, operator of multiple Domino’s Pizza stores in Central Ohio
Updated: Sep 11, 2020
A Domino’s Pizza delivery driver has filed a federal lawsuit against GT Pizza, Inc., seeking under-reimbursed delivery expenses and unpaid minimum wages for all GT Pizza delivery drivers. GT Pizza, Inc. operates Domino’s locations in central Ohio.
This lawsuit is one of many pizza delivery driver lawsuits filed across the company. The pizza delivery drivers claim that that pizza companies under-reimburse them for mileage/vehicle expenses. One federal judge recently ruled in favor of delivery drivers and held that pizza companies must either:
· Reimburse drivers at the IRS mileage rate ($0.575 per mile in 2020); OR
· Keep records of the drivers’ actual vehicle expenses and reimburse them that amount.
The lawsuit claims that GT Pizza did neither. As a result, the plaintiff delivery driver is seeking the full amount of the under-reimbursement per mile at the IRS rate, plus additional damages under federal and state law.
Are you a delivery driver who has been under-reimbursed while making deliveries for GT Pizza? You are not alone. You may be owed back wages and additional damages under federal and state law. Contact BK for a free consultation by completing the form below.
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