Yeboah Law Group Announces Suit and Investigation Regarding Alleged Sexual Assault on Comcast Customer by Comcast/ITG Technician
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Recently, Fort Lauderdale Law Firm, the Yeboah Law Group (the “Firm”), filed a lawsuit in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court against cable-television provider Comcast and its contractor, Integrated Tech Group, LLC. The lawsuit is styled as Lisa Zemba v. Comcast Corporation, et al., Case No. 14-017203 CA 01 (Fla. 11th Judicial Cir.).
“Comcast technicians should not be entering customers’ homes and soliciting sex from, or exposing their genitalia to, Comcast customers.”
The lawsuit alleges that both Comcast and its contractor, ITG, negligently hired and supervised the technician in question who, according to the lawsuit, allegedly entered the home of Comcast customer, who is disabled, and proceeded to masturbate in front of the customer.
The lawsuit also charges Comcast with negligence in Comcast’s hiring and retaining ITG as a Comcast contractor. The lawsuit further alleges a pattern and practice of negligent hiring and supervision by Comcast.
Plaintiff’s attorney, Samuel Yeboah, is quoted as saying, “Comcast technicians should not be entering customers’ homes and soliciting sex from, or exposing their genitalia to, Comcast customers.”
According to the lawsuit’s allegations, this alleged pattern and practice of negligent hiring and negligent supervision amounts to a qualitatively material defect in Comcast’s management and operations that might trigger Comcast’s obligations under the federal securities laws to make certain disclosures on S.E.C. Form 8-K with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.
Recently, Channel 10 (WPLG) in Miami aired an investigative report regarding this incident.
A video of that report can be viewed at http://www.local10.com/news/woman-claims-cable-technician-performed-lewd-act-inside-her-home/26974048.
The Firm’s investigation into the facts surrounding the lawsuit continues. If you have knowledge of similar conduct by Comcast technicians or contractors, or have non-confidential information regarding Comcast’s or ITG’s hiring, supervision, and retention practices for technicians, and would like to aid the Firm’s investigation, please contact Samuel Yeboah, Esq., at the Yeboah Law Group at (954) 764-2338, or email@example.com.