Rite Aid seatcase
By the end of my shift, my feet
would be throbbing and
My back would hurt so badly
after my shift that I would
have difficulty getting in my
car, and it would hurt for
about 3 hours afterwards.
Because I had to stand so much,
and suffered severe knee pain,
my doctor prescribed pain
medicine just so I could make it
through the workday.
Hall v. Rite Aid Corporation
San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2009-00087938-CU-OE-CTL
The law firms of Dostart Clapp & Coveney, LLC, McInerney & Jones, Righetti Glugowski, P.C. and
Holsenback APC have filed a class action lawsuit against Rite Aid Corporation.
The lawsuit is brought on behalf of all persons who were employed as Front-End Cashier/Clerks in
California at any time between March 12, 2008 and the present.
The lawsuit claims that Cashier/Clerks should have been provided with seats while they operated
the cash register. The lawsuit seeks monetary penalties on behalf of all Cashier/Clerks who were
not provided with seats.
If you are a member of the class, we need your help! Please contact us.
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Actual Testimony from Cashier/Clerks