Attorneys for a 42-year-old food delivery man who reluctantly left his employment after injuring his back and left ankle have secured a $105,000 workers’ compensation settlement.

Alexander Sarris, attorney for Newington resident Tajinder Sehmi, said Friday his biggest obstacle in the case was convincing his client it was in his best interests to stop working for Peapod, the delivery arm of Stop & Shop Supermarket Co.

Alexander Sarris, with Cicchiello & Cicchiello in Hartford Alexander Sarris of Cicchiello & Cicchiello in Hartford. Courtesy photo

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