Decision  Robert P. Flaminio, Jr. v. Central Motors, Inc.

Date: 02/19/2003
Organization: Department of Industrial Accidents
Docket Number: DIA Board No. 051575-99
Location: Boston
  • Employee: Robert P. Flaminio, Jr.
  • Employer: Central Motors, Inc.
  • Insurer: Seaco Insurance Co.

MCCARTHY, J. Robert P. Flaminio, Jr., is forty-three years old, married with one child and a resident of Cranston, Rhode Island. He has a tenth grade education and served in the United States Army from 1977 to 1981. (Dec. 2-3.) Mr. Flaminio was self-employed for six years in automobile sales. He then worked seven years as a maintenance company supervisor, four years in furniture sales and five years as an automobile salesman for two different employers. (Dec. 3.) In 1998, he started working for Central Motors, Inc. of Norwood as an automobile salesman. His duties included meeting customers and selling cars to them, demonstrating vehicles, changing license plates and moving vehicles. He typically worked sixty-five to seventy hours per week and was paid monthly by a draw against commissions. In addition to his other duties, the employee was required to attend an hour-long general sales meeting each week. Id.

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