“A man’s got to have a creed, a code to live by, no matter his job,” John Wayne
Working Hard for the Rest of Us
When it comes to California Truck and Delivery drivers, there is no one who works harder then these men and women. They provide for the rest of us and they bust their butts while their doing it.
And the one thing that ticks me off more then anything, is seeing these hard working folks like yourself getting ripped off by the companies they work for.
That's why I recommend you order my free book, California Truck and Delivery Driver Wage Theft: The Ultimate Straight Talk Guide To Getting Your Hard Earned Wages Back. I will send it out for free and cover shipping. It is full of useful information to help you earn your money back.
California's King of the Road
Many of you know that our firm represents more truck drivers than any other law firm in California. I think it’s fitting of course, considering my Dad grew up driving trucks. My Dad could drive anything. Many times I sat in the front seat with him in all kind of trucks from panel trucks to tractor trailers.
My clients today drive every kind of truck and vehicle on the road. From tractor trailers to delivery vans to garbage trucks. You name it - they drive it. And they also drive in just about every industry imaginable. This includes the vending machine industry. Most of these cases are based upon meal periods, rest periods, overtime, waiting time penalties and such. They are filed as class action lawsuits.
In this Class action lawsuit, these are the men and woman that deliver for vending machines. They are drivers. Which brings us to O’Sullivan Vending Services, Inc. - meal periods, rest periods, overtime and vending machine companies.
O’Sullivan Vending Services, Inc.’s website says O’Sullivan Vending Services, Inc. is the largest independent vending company in the Bay Area. They say O’Sullivan Vending Services, Inc. delivers hospitals, large manufacturing facilities and high-tech start-ups and the like.
Based upon my talking to the drivers, these are hardworking good-hearted folks. I like them. So would you.
It’s interesting what you get once you start to sit down in what are called “depositions” with a company’s management team. This is when I sit down with a court reporter and videographer and take testimony under oath. It’s sort of like a box of chocolate. You don’t really know what you are going to get. Later this week, I will start taking the depositions of the folks at O’Sullivan Vending Services, Inc. I will know a lot more soon.
Based upon our investigation, we filed a wage and hour class action lawsuit against O’Sullivan Vending Services, Inc. In essence, the lawsuit alleges the drivers aren’t being legally provided meal breaks, rest periods, overtime and the like. In many respects, the case is based upon the law articulated by the California Supreme Court in Brinker v. Superior Court - the recent landmark California Supreme Court wage and hour case that is also our case. Many of you know that we represent over 100,000 workers in the Brinker case.
In the meantime, we will keep right on truckin’. We’ll keep right on representing California drivers and workers. You keep on truckin’ also.
Disclaimer: Please understand these discussions and/or examples are not legal advice. All legal situations are different. This testimonial, endorsement and/or discussion does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter, your particular case/ situation and/or this particular case/ situation. Thanks, Bill Turley