Sunday, October 13, 2013

Lawsuit Blames Companies for Hiring Voyeur

IN - A Hammond man who was convicted in 2011 of using his cellphone to record a woman in a Kmart changing room had a voyeurism conviction, so the victim is suing him, Kmart and the construction and staffing companies that hired him.

The companies shouldn’t have hired a convicted sex offender to remodel the bathroom, said Randy K. Fleming of Sarkisian, Fleming, Grabarek, Sarkisian.

The suit names Mark Anthony Fetzko, 28, of Hammond, as well as Kmart, Sturzenbecker Construction Company Inc. and Labor Ready Midwest Indiana as defendants. (more)

Blue Light Special - "Attention business owners." 
Avoid this type of lawsuit by doing your due diligence.
• Conduct quality background checks before hiring.
• Conduct periodic inspections for planted spycams in all areas where the visiting public and your employees have an expectation of privacy.