What to do if after delivering loads for owner operator, he does not pay me?

I went Otr for 5 weeks for an owner operator

This last week I refuse to do partial loads
( I'm not being payed for stops) by mile only !
After pleading for a load to bring me home ( Florida)
He never comes thru after a day and 1/2 waiting
At truck stop ... I dead head home!.
He said that I won't get paid :/
Gotta Sue him right ?

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Apr 29, 2016
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Deadhead home
by: SimpleMan

I don't know how long you've been driving, but take what they give you, and he will see that you can take the heat!

Dead heading home, no need for attorneys, consider it an experience. Drop it, and move on. Next time, ask around about the next owner, or buy you're own!

Caution (if you can't turn a wrench), stay with O/O, or Companies.

Good Luck

Apr 28, 2016
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Technically
by: Anonymous

You stole his truck, for personal use.


Apr 28, 2016
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Lmao
by: Anonymous

You refused a load?
I can tell you right now no other company would allow you to refuse loads either. Most companies don't pay for stops either.

Personally I think he should sue you for burning his fuel And using his truck for personal transportation.

Sue him you are going to find out YOU were in the wrong, and that most likely HE/SHE has a bigger right to sue YOU.
Good luck ahole

Apr 27, 2016
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Doesn't look good to me
by: Hervy

If you are talking about suing him for dead heading home. That is not going to work. You burned up fuel without the truck making money. That all expense no profit.

If you are saying he is with holding your last check. Then you may have to sue him, if yall can't just settle on a reasonable solution.

6 miles a gallon / number of miles will give you the gallons you used. Multiply that time the cost of fuel. Subtract that from your check and he might agree to pay that amount to you.

That would be your check, minus expenses of burning fuel by deadheading home.

However, what do I know. That's my opinion not legal advise. You might need to question a lawyer about all details surrounding the situation.

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