Bob operated a flower shop as a sole proprietorship and decided to formalize the operation of the flower shop, so he formed a limited liability company (LLC) to own and operate the flower shop. After the LLC was formed, the LLC hired David to drive the delivery van that was owned by the LLC and that was used to deliver flowers to customers of the LLC. One day when David was delivering flowers for the flower shop using the van, he ran a red light and collided with a car driven by Jan, causing injuries to Jan and damages to her car.
Who can Jan sue for the injuries that she received in that accident? Are there theories of recovery that Jan can assert that might make Bob liable? What facts would be necessary for Bob to be liable to Jan?
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