Another lawsuit has been brought by former Ohio pizza delivery driver Joshua Lewis against Omlor Pizza, LLC and owner Michael Omlor. The company presently operates several Domino’s Pizza franchises in Ohio. The lawsuit is alleging that the company uses flawed methods of reimbursement for pizza delivery driver mileages. Additionally, delivery drivers are using personal vehicles to deliver food to customers and are responsible for the costs accrued. These costs are usually gasoline, maintenance and repairs, insurance, and depreciation. Consequently, pizza delivery drivers are not left with much. These rates fall below any reasonable estimate of the expenses the pizza delivery drivers incur. This is causing their wages to fall below the federal minimum wage. Additionally, the IRS increased the mileage rate to 65.5 cents in 2023. This comes as a response to rising gas prices.
The case is called Lewis v. Omlor Pizza, LLC et al, pending in the Northern District of Ohio.
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If you or any delivery driver you know worked at a Domino’s Pizza franchise owned by Omlor Pizza, LLC, please contact us immediately. Fill out the form below to see if you are able to join the lawsuit.
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