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Pot shop accused of firing delivery driver after robbery

A former employee has sued a California cannabis dispensary on allegations she was fired after refusing to resume delivery work following a robbery, a “frightening” incident she says the company should have prevented.

Hannah Huggins is demanding about $575,000 in damages for lost wages and emotional distress in her California state court suit, filed Dec. 16. According to the complaint, Huggins was hired by Royal Apothecary LLC in April 2020 as a delivery driver. In January, Huggins says she was the victim of a robbery while on her delivery route.

Huggins claims the robbery was entirely preventable by Royal Apothecary since this was not…

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Katryna Perera on Law360

Published: December 23, 2021

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