I can't see it either. The suit claims some pretty outlandish things.
Both FedEx and Big Topspin were negligent
in hiring TH, failed to investigate his criminal history, mental health history and prior employment, failed to properly supervise him, were reckless
in employing him, failed to implement saftey policies, failed to enforce said policies, failed to promulgate saftey rules for employees, etc., so forth and so on.
The allegations begin on page 7 here. Athena Strand's Father Sues Confessed Killer, FedEx, Contractor
It goes even further to allege that both Big Topspin and FedEx "knew or should have known"
that TH would use the provided delivery vehicle in a manner involving unreasonable risk of harm, and were negligent by allowing him to work in a residential area where there were children. Further, that both companies had "subjective knowledge" that hiring TH would put members of the public at "extreme risk of harm".
I'm awful curious to hear exactly how both FedEx and Big Topspin knew, or should have known TH was going to do what he did, or how they had subjective knowledge he'd put members of the public in "extreme risk of harm"... given the fact he didn't have a criminal record.