Domino’s, Deutsche Bank Sued Over Fatal Stabbing Of Pizza Delivery Man
(Detroit-WWJ) Ann Arbor-based Domino’s Pizza Inc. has been hit with a $15 million wrongful death lawsuit by the family of a delivery driver who was robbed and stabbed to death in Boston in September, 2010.
Also named as a defendant in the suit is Deutsche Bank, which owned the vacant home where Richel Nova was murdered.
The suit alleges that Domino’s did not properly post driver security information, and also should have known that following an instruction to have a driver go to the rear of a house could be potentially dangerous.
The suit also claims that New York-based Deutsche Bank failed to secure the building from criminal use.
Domino’s declined comment.
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