As a Commercial Driver, you face fines, suspension or even revocation of your license. CSA is fully active – defend your livelihood today with U.S. Legal’s CDL Defender. Best of all, we pay your attorneys’ fees!
We’ll be there for you, to keep points off your driving record, reduce fines, keep CDL’s from being suspended or revoked…and we’ll keep you on the road, earning money for you and your family. Through our years of experience, 92% of drivers represented in court by U.S. Legal are satisfied with the results. Unlike other plans, U.S. Legal pays 100% of all your attorney fees for representation for covered issues.
With our low cost plan, The CDL Defender™ provides coverage while on the job, or in your personal vehicle AND covers your spouse. The CDL Defender™ also provides coverage for pre-existing matters, many personal legal issues, financial coaching and identity theft. With U.S. Legal, we defend you and your family, with lawyers that know the rules of the road. We can even assist with CSA DataQs Challenges!
Listed below are summaries of the coverage that you will receive with the CDL Defender™ Once you’ve finished reviewing them, you can begin the enrollment process at the Schneider National Crossroads Website.
Behavior Analysis Safety Improvement Categories
All moving and non-moving violations for both carriers and drivers are covered at 100% which means U.S. Legal pays the attorneys’ hourly rate!
- Unsafe Driving
- Fatigued Driving
- Driver Fitness
- Controlled Substances/Alcohol
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Crash Indicator
- DataQ Challenges
- Consultation services
- Identity theft protection
- Coverage for spouse in both commercial and personal vehicles
- Pro-se divorce
- Financial coaching
- Discounted legal services for personal matters
- Simple will/Living will
Limitations and exclusions apply. Insurance products are underwritten by U.S. Legal Services, Inc. Defender products are provided by U.S. Legal Services, Inc. , depending on the product and state. This material is for illustrative purposes only and is not a contract.