Schneider Tries to Hide the Ball in Litigation

I have not been able to post recently as I am up to my eyeballs in litigation. I am shocked these days about how hard I have to fight to obtain information, even simple information, from trucking companies. This is information that just a few years ago was routinely provided to me without a fight.

Recently, in a pending case I have against Schneider National Carriers, I actually had to file a motion to compel discovery in order to obtain a user manual for a computer system. This is a computer system that is commercially sold. Everyone that gets the computer gets a manual. The manual is not a secret, and I shouldn't have to fight to get it. Schneider wont even provide me the INDEX of the commercial programs it uses without an order of protection. 

What are they trying to hide? Well, we believe lots, but that's for another day.

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kevin - March 19, 2012 9:03 AM

I recently started with Schneider and found out that was a major mistake. The recruitor painted me a very nice picture for this job offer. After starting I found out that the 2500 to 3000 miles I was promissed was a joke. They sent me from Atlanta, GA to Birmingham, AL a trip of around a total of 250 miles in 3 days. Then told me on thursday I had to sit their till monday for the next load that would be 300 miles more. How do these companies expect you to pay bills and feed a family on this kind of pay? Someone should find a way to keep them from screwing their drivers around,after all if the drivers were not their the companys would not exsist. They dont see it that the drivers make the money company wide. Instead they let the independent comtractors make all the good pay and to hell with the little people trying to support their familys.

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