Amie Brown the widow of a Hudson firefighter Christopher Brown has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $50,000.her husband was struck and killed March 3, 2013 by a Move It Auto Transport Inc truck when the driver, Mansur Shakirov, failed to move into the right lane to avoid the emergency scene that the fire fighter had responded to. What is interesting to me is that the lawsuit claims that the move was a joint venture between the broker and the transport company. If the broker shares in the revenue, must he also share the liability?
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Saw this ad on craigslist and wondered how a transport driver can telecommute:
I think we have found the email issue that some of you have experienced on EZDispatch. I found some helpful info on marketing land :
It’s happening, according to email expert John Levine, because Yahoo over the weekend implemented a change that basically tells all recipients, including Hotmail, Gmail, AOL, etc., to reject any mail originating from a Yahoo.com address if it fails certain tests. In this case, the test is that the sender email address domain must match the domain of the server actually sending the email — which isn’t necessarily the case if people use mailing lists or other software to send email for them, rather than using the Yahoo.com STMP servers themselves.
So, the problem applies not only to small businesses but to anyone using a Yahoo.com sending address to participate in a mailing list that uses other servers.
How many of you owner operators use a dispatch services and why? Does your dispatch service have some of their own trucks as well? Do they get their loads off of load boards or have other sources as well?
These Brunette Auto Transport trucks use Auto Transport Team to dispatch them.
How many of you have an opinion on whether a driver should be able to add to load notes?
You can express your opinions in the forum, comments or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Reported by the Kingman Daily Miner.
Four people were treated for minor injuries at Kingman Regional Medical Center following a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 40 east of Kingman Thursday afternoon.
Apparently it makes so much smoke the fire dept has a hard time finding the flaming truck! I also triggers the sprinkler system. WANE.com