A lawyer from Hill, Massachusetts, Suing Amazon. One of the company’s vans allegedly gave a false sentence after blocking his car for “about two to three minutes” during the delivery. The lawsuit was filed Sept. 24 by the Plymouth County High Court.
Attorney Matthew Donnelly said he was working as a ride-sharing driver when the alleged incident occurred on September 7. Time with stress, anxiety, anxiety and humiliation, “according to court documents.
According to Donnelly, he informed the driver of the van of the situation and pointed out that “there is ample space in the parking lot for the van.” The driver allegedly told Donnelly he would have to “wait a few minutes.”
Donnelly wrote in his complaint to the court that he asked another Amazon employee who was sitting in the passenger seat of the van to move the vehicle. According to court documents, the man refused to move the van and told Donnelly to wait.
According to court documents, when the driver came out of the restaurant, Donnelly told him of his intention to file a complaint against Amazon. He alleged that the driver replied, “My boss will not give AF ***** GS ** T” and the two mocked Donnelly in front of their passenger as they were leaving.
Donnelly is representing himself. He is suing two Amazon employees for “civil conspiracy to commit illegal acts.” Amazon for the responsibility of hiring two drivers. And Amazon and two employees wrongly imprisoned him.
Patriot Ledger The Cornell Law School’s legal information agency defines false imprisonment as limiting “without the plaintiff’s consent and without the authority of the law.” According to Cornell, this involves imprisoning someone in a way that “means the prisoner is at risk of bodily harm as a result of the escape.”
Court dates have not been set, and Amazon has not filed a response. Patriot Ledger.
Donnelly’s complaint came after another Massachusetts man recently filed a lawsuit against Amazon. On September 24, Joseph Grizano of Milford filed a lawsuit against the company and several of its distribution partners, alleging severe injuries to his arms, head and legs following an accident with an Amazon delivery truck in January.
The Amazon delivery driver involved in the crash with Graziano allegedly fell asleep while driving.
Newsweek Matthew Donnelly contacted Amazon for comment on the case but did not return in time for publication.