Carrier ordered to pay driver $276k in wrongful firing case

June 13, 2016

The Department of Labor has ordered a Cherry Hill, N.J.-based trucking company to pay one of its former drivers $276,000 in back wages and damages after the carrier fired the truck operator for refusing to deliver a load due to concerns of violating hours of service regulations, according to the DOL’s Occupational Health and Safety Administration.


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