The Supreme Court of Virginia ruled a cab company wasn’t responsible for the death of a driver after he was shot by a passenger.
The court dismissed Agnes Christine Terry’s case against a cab company after her husband was murdered.
According to the ruling, Morris canceled the dispatched taxi after the man changed his location to a place Morris knew was closed. Morris then warned nearby taxi companies about the caller.
A dispatcher got a call from a man who “troubling” phone calls , when Ambrister was working. The dispatcher assigned Ambrister to pick him up. Shortly after the man got in the car, he fatally shot Ambrister three times.
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