St Louis Teamsters Learn Truck Safety Rights

February 21, 2014: Over sixty Teamsters attended a February 15 meeting near St. Louis to hear Paul Taylor, lead attorney for the Truckers Justice Center, speak on truck safety issues. The crowd included UPS feeder and package drivers as well as UPS Freight road drivers, freight Teamsters, and carhaulers. Taylor discussed various issues involving trucking safety and the protections available to truck drivers.

Taylor recently won two major decisions against UPS on behalf of feeder drivers.

You can also learn more about your rights and protections here.

If you're interested in helping to organize a meeting in your area, contact TDU.


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