holding my trailer for 47 days

Discussion in 'Trucker Legal Advice' started by tracy0505, Mar 29, 2021.

  1. Magoo1968

    Magoo1968 Light Load Member

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    He said driver ? That mean he’s a broker or truck owner .
     
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  3. Opus

    Opus Road Train Member

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    One post wonder.
    Just dropped by to hate on Schneider.
     
  4. little cat 500

    little cat 500 Road Train Member

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    Somebody agreed to the terms of the load
     
  5. Val_Caldera

    Val_Caldera Light Load Member

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    tracy0505, 1st post, no doubt a "drive by".
     
  6. bad-luck

    bad-luck Road Train Member

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    First, what does your rate confirmation say? Does it say anything about this situation? It sounds like the driver sat around for 47 days waiting, please tell me that is not true? Your only couse of action is to hire an attorney. Lastly, in the future don't EVER agree to drop your trailer at a receiver for 48 hours! Your driver stays with it, and if it is not unloaded in a reasonable amount of time you re negotiate a rate to return it to the shipper.
     
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