Murdered Boston-area pizza delivery man feared work-related violence

During the months leading up to his brutal stabbing death by three assailants, a Hyde Park pizza delivery man shared his fears of being robbed on the job with co-workers, the Boston Herald reports.

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In many cases, delivery companies have taken steps to protect drivers, including notifying customers of the limited amount of cash a driver carries and even restricting delivery to certain dangerous areas, particularly at night.

For little more than $20, his car and some pizza, the 58-year-old Dominican Republic native and father to twin 20-year-old girls was lured to his death while making a delivery last Thursday. Family members told the paper his daughters are inconsolable. The owner of the pizza shop plans to set up a charitable fund for his family.

About 75 friends and family members gathered at the courthouse for the arraignment of the three suspects, the Boston Herald reported. The composure of the crowd was dignified and tearful. Many held photographs of the slain man. Over and over reporters were told of what a decent, hard-working, loving family man the victim was.

Our hearts go out to his friends and family.

The Massachusetts workers’ compensation lawyers at Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers know that being the victim or the family member of a victim of work-related violence can be a confusing and devastating time. As veteran Boston workers’ compensation attorneys, we will work tireless for the rights of employees and their families who have been injured or killed on the job. Our team is available to meet with you to discuss your legal, medical and financial situation, either at your home, the hospital or at our offices.

Before you act, speak with an experience Massachusetts workers’ compensation attorney who can help you better understand your rights and responsibilities. To schedule a free and confidential consultation, contact us online or by phone at (617) 777-7777 today.

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