Port unrest and class action lawsuits are being filed all across the US by a myriad of plaintiff’s attorneys whose mission is to find money and benefits for their owner-operator clients and they are on the rise.
U S Xpress will pay $2.75 million a part of a settlement stemming from a federal court case.
A Des Moines trucking company failed to properly pay some employees for overtime.
Drivers Association wins twiice.
The FMCSA has issued an alert regarding drivers being defrauded over phony hiring process.
This is just another reason that motor carriers should offer NTA's Occupational Accident coverage,
A trucker who refused to drive a truck he believed was unsafe is getting his job back in addition to lost pay
Contract Transport has agreed to pay 201 truck drivers a total of $160,073 in back wages and fringe benefits
Roadside safety inspectors are being encouraged to check for compliance with
the Unified Carrier Registration program starting Feb. 1.
Mike Campbell & Associates lawsuit
If you were a NTA Member, you could read about this in the for NTA MEMBERS Section!
Navistar International announced it intends to close its Garland, Texas plant
The US District Court held that California's Labor Code meal and rest beak requirements were not enforceable against employers of truck drivers
D A Landis Trucking has plead guilty to federal charges in Philadelphia of Hours-of-Service violations. They made drivers run two logs.
Court of Appeals of Colorado
Delivery drivers are declared employees.
New Entrants to trucking will face a shorter deadline for correcting problems in their applications
A bill detrimental to California motorists is gaining momentum in the state legislature. Senate Bill 1303 strips away fundamental rights for motorists accused of red-light camera violations.
NEW Independent Contractor Statutory Work Comp Program
NTA to introduce a true Work Comp Program designed for independent contractors that has a flat, monthly, non-auditable rate. Check this website in a few days!
Read his letter to the President requesting the President to assert Executive Privilege.
2012 Emergency Response Guidebook
The complete electronic version of the 2012 Emergency Response Guidebook is now available for FREE for all NTA STAR Members.
FMCSA announces its revision of regulatory guidance to clarify the applicability of oilfield operations.
The FMCSA shut down almost all of Chinatown operations in New York and Philadephia.
The FMCSA ordered Texas-based Demco Express and DemcoTrans Inc to cease all transportation services. Demco had the extremely high CSA scores.
Independent Contractors in SC File Class Action Lawsuit Against Motor Carrier!
This details of this lawsuit are in the Members Only Section of the NTA STAR Program.
FMCSA ordered Alabama-based BM&L Trucking LLC to immediately cease all operations.