Former Driver Sues Rapid Recovery, Inc. Alleging Human Rights Violations

March 1, 2010

MARCH 1, 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TOW-TRUCK DRIVER SUES RAPID RECOVERY, INC. IN RAMSEY COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ALLEGING HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS.

Jimmie Eatmon (“Mr. Eatmon”), an African-American and former employee of Rapid Recovery, Inc. (“Rapid Recovery”) has sued in Ramsey County District Court, alleging he suffered from a hostile work environment, was discriminated against, and was fired because of his race.

Mr. Eatmon’s attorney, Ryan H. Ahlberg, filed the lawsuit in December after Mr. Eatmon withdrew his charge filed with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights to exercise his right to file a private lawsuit.

Mr. Eatmon, who worked as a tow truck driver for Rapid Recovery for a little over a year, was terminated in late February, 2009.  Further questions regarding the case can be directed to Ryan H. Ahlberg, 612-373-7081 or rahlberg@ahlberglaw.com.