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Everything That You Need To Know About The US Foods Class Action Lawsuit For Drivers In California

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US Foods Class Action Lawsuits

The US Foods Class Action Lawsuit

A wage and hour class action lawsuit has been filed by a driver for US Foods.  The US Foods California Driver Class Action alleges Wage Theft, failure to provide meal breaks, rest breaks, auto deduction for meal periods, and failure to pay all wages at time of termination.  According to our investigation and the lawsuit - US Foods pressures drivers with unrealistic routes. US Foods drivers work during meal periods and don’t take rest periods. 

US Foods is one of the largest food service delivery companies in America.  No doubt that US Foods drivers work hard.  But they also deserve to get all of their fair wages owed to them under California wage and hour laws.

The US Foods California Driver Class Action was filed by Bill Turley from the Turley Law Firm, PC.  Bill represents more drivers than any lawyer in California.  In fact, we know of no other lawyer firm in America that represents more drivers than Bill and his team.

US Foods has the following locations in California:

Los Angeles
San Diego
San Francisco


Using the Brinker Supreme Court Case

Bill wins driver cases by using the landmark ruling in the California Supreme Court case Brinker vs. Superior Court.  In the Brinker case the California Supreme Court laid out the duties that employers like US Foods must follow in regards to meal breaks and rest breaks.  Bill uses the law made in the Brinker cases to win cases for drivers like you.

Bill knows the Brinker case very well because Bill represented the Brinker workers.


"What Can I Do To Help?"

You want to join the class action cases before it is too late.  We are looking to speak with as many current and former US Foods drivers, business agents and shop stewards as soon as possible.  We want your take on your experiences driving for US Foods.

You can talk to us confidentially.  Speaking to a lawyer is similar to speaking to a priest.  Meaning, that you can say things to a lawyer that no one can find out about. This is called the attorney-client privilege.   So if you are a current (or even a former) driver for US Foods, you can make sure that US Foods can not find out what you said to us.

If you want to speak to us confidentially, we can do that.


"There are no guarantees in life or law - other than death and taxes," says Bill.  There are any number of ways that an class action can be lost, including this one.  But we wouldn't file this case if we didn't think we could win it. 

First, we put our own money up to file the case. There is no cost to you to be part of the case. Ever.

Second, the drivers at US Foods are good people. That is more than half the battle. 

Third, we have a long history of winning these cases. 

William Turley
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“When I seek out professional advice, I don’t want B.S., I want it straight up. I figure you do also.”
I look forward to talking. I started noticing something wasn't right with the payroll. Particularly with reported wages to the IRS on W2s. After reviewing my payroll from 9/15 to 4/18. I noticed how unauthorized funds were being moved around to a unknown health savings account and an old company account. With plenty of paperwork to support my claims, I would like someone to look at it to see if I have anything that will be useful in the lawsuit.
Posted by Daniel Neely on May 27, 2019 at 01:27 AM
Am I eligible for this lawsuit I was employed by US foods 2000 to 2006 am I eligible I just heard about it am I to late?
Posted by Jesus plascencia on September 1, 2018 at 04:12 PM
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Posted by caleb sewell on October 24, 2016 at 10:50 PM
Are GA drivers included in this class action also ?
Posted by US Foods GA on May 11, 2016 at 09:13 PM
Live brandon ms fired accident back trailer laid on side but they call that a rollover first accident in 20. years work for company 29 years
Posted by Ricky Myers on September 29, 2015 at 04:08 PM

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