• Rudy Frausto v. Coast to Coast Logistics, LLC
    OSHA found that the employer fired driver for refusing to violate hours of service rule. $166,000 in back pay awarded along with $50,000 for mental pain

  • Peter P. Cefalu v. Roadway Express, Inc. 
    U. S. Department of Labor, Administrative Review Board Case No. 04-103 Truck driver reinstated and awarded back pay in wrongful discharge case where driver testified at a labor grievance hearing about violations of federal truck safety regulations.

  • Theron Carter v. Marten Transport, Ltd.
    U. S. Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Case No. 2005-STA-63 Truck driver reinstated and awarded back pay in wrongful discharge case where driver complained about equipment defects and threatened to file charges with Department of Transportation.

  • Larry E. Eash and Roadway Express, Inc. v. Admin. Review Board
     U.S. Dept.. of Labor U. S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Case No. 03-4074 Court of Appeals upholds Department of Labor finding that truck driver was wrongfully discharged for refusing to operate a commercial vehicle in bad weather.

  • Cynthia Ferguson v. New Prime, Inc.
    U. S. Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Case No. 2009-STA-47 Prime Ordered to Reinstate Driver and Pay Her More Than $150,000 For Illegal Firing. 

  • Larry Bricco v. JHT Logistics, Inc.
    U.S. Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Case No. 2010-STA-44 Judge finds trucking company illegally fired driver for complaining about equipment violations and for refusing to drive because mechanic would not sign off on inspection report.

  • Kent Kloster v. Freight Inc. and Successors; Binder Singh
    OSHA Case No. 7-5880-13-025 OSHA says driver was illegally fired for safety complaints and finds carrier and its affiliated chameleons liable.

  • Albert Brian Cantor v. Maverick Transportation, LLC
    U. S. Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Case No. 2009-STA-00054 Labor Department Judge Finds Maverick Transportation Illegally Blacklisted Driver

  • Cameron L. McCoy v. ACI Motor Freight, Inc.
    U. S. Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Case No. 2008-STA-00031 Judge Finds Manager was Illegally Fired for Objecting to Dispatch of Driver Who Did Not Appear for Random Drug Test

  • Shields v. James E. Owen Trucking, Inc.
    U. S. Department of Labor, Administrative Law Judge Case No. 2007-STA-00022 Court Finds Carrier's Discharge of Driver for Refusing to Violate HOS Broke Law

  • Thomas J. Graff v. Cargo Express, Inc.
    Driver illegally terminated for refusing to drive with audible air leak and oil leak.

  • Timothy Bishop v. UPS
    Driver illegally terminated for accurately recording waiting time as on-duty.

  • John Youngerman v. UPS
    Driver refused instruction to pull trailer at night without tail lights.

  • Robert Fink v. R&L Carriers Shared Services, LLC
    Driver illegally fired for refusing to pull doubles in bad weather.

  • Brian Ford v. New Prime, Inc.
    USDOL finds that Prime unlawfully placed false and negative information on driver's DAC report.

  • Canter v. Maverick
    Court of Appeals Upholds DOL Decision for Blacklisted Truck Driver.

  • Barnard v. Gulick Trucking
    OSHA orders employer to reinstate driver and pay damages. Driver was fired for refusing to drive with defective tire and complaining about defective light.

  • Deanna Roberts Clouse v. New Prime, Inc. d/b/a Prime, Inc.
    Judge finds Prime's same-sex training policy violated Civil Rights Act.

  • Paul Irwin v. Nashville Plywood, Inc.
    Truck driver awarded reinstatement, back pay, and compensatory damages after being illegally terminated for refusing to operate a flatbed truck which exceeded the manufacturer’s gross vehicle weight rating.