Alleged Arsonists Ordered to Pay $135K in Wage Theft to Hookah Lounge Workers
Philadelphia, PA (WorkersCompensation.com) - Two brothers accused of setting fire to their hookah lounge in 2018 in Philadelphia’s Old City in 2018 have now been ordered to pay more than $135,000 to victims of a wage theft scheme that they allegedly devised.
The brothers, Bahaa and Imad Dawara were arrested last year on charges of torching their Chestnut Street hookah lounge to collect $750,000 from their insurance policy.
The fire destroyed millions of dollars’ worth of property ...
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