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Trucking HOS Safety Regulations confused with Department of Labor Wage and Hour Laws

Nov
19,
2019
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We’ve all heard the continuous discussions regarding Safety, ELD’s, FMCSA Hours-of-Service, Compensable time, Non-Compensable  time, On Duty, Off-Duty, On Duty not Driving, Sleeper Berth, 14 hour Clock, Split Sleeper, More driver Flexibility, and the controversial issue of detention time pay. … Continue reading

Driver who refused to drive in hazardous weather wins OSHA STAA case

Jul
5,
2019
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Driver who refused to drive in hazardous weather wins OSHA STAA case For many years now attorney Paul Taylor of Truckers Justice Center has been standing up for truckers and their rights.  Mr. Taylor won his most recent case for … Continue reading

Safety Fines Used to Track States’ Workplace Incidents

Sep
4,
2015
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Posted on August 27, 2015 by Rod Rehm   Safety Fines Used to Track States’ Workplace Incidents The U.S. Department of Labor Blog recently released a resource that encourages the continued discussion of workers’ compensation and safety in the workplace. … Continue reading

Attorney for Blacklisted Trucker wins case versus Mega Carrier

Jul
15,
2015
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  “A win for the good guys.” says attorney Paul Taylor of Truckers Justice Center, as he shares his enthusiasm after winning yet another case for a professional driver, this time it was  trucker Brian Ford V. New Prime, Inc. … Continue reading

Driver Fatigue Prevention Act Ignores Truckers Overtime Pay

Dec
28,
2011
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On December 12th, 2011 Senator Charles E. Schumer introduced to congress, bill S.1977, known as the Driver Fatigue Prevention Act. The purpose of the bill is to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to provide that over-the-road bus drivers … Continue reading

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