News: Victim’s family sues Grubhub for fatal crash near Phoenician

PHOENIX, AZ – According to 12 News, a family is suing Grubhub for a fatal auto vs. pedestrian collision that happened near N 56th Street and E Camelback Road on Feb. 2, 2022.

The driver was allegedly looking at his phone when he ran a red light and hit Judge Rosa Mroz, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge, as she walked along a marked crosswalk. She died from her injuries days later.

The plaintiffs fault Grubhub for creating a business model that makes drivers use their cell phones to complete orders. They claim this creates dangerous scenarios.

Grubhub says their drivers agree to obey all driving laws and regulations while working for them. They suspended the driver’s account after the accident.

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