What happens to the owner of a delivery business if an assault on an employee results in injuries to a customer? The prospects are encouraging for business owners based on a recent decision by a Florida Appellate court in the matter of Miller v. Papa John’s. The Fourth District Court of Appeals in November affirmed the Palm Beach County Circuit Court’s refusal to hold a delivery business liable for injuries suffered by a customer when criminals attempted to rob the ...

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