CDL Defender™ Legal Benefits Plan
Your commercial drivers can face fines, suspension or even revocation of their licenses. CSA is fully active: keep drivers on the road and on the job with legal benefits designed to meet the needs of your drivers and your company.
Through our years of experience, 92 percent of drivers represented in court by U.S. Legal Services are satisfied with the results. Unlike other legal benefit plans, U.S. Legal Services pays 100 percent of all your attorney fees for representation for covered issues.
With new FMCSA rules in effect on August 23, 2014, positive courtroom dispositions such as dismissals and not-guilty verdicts on roadside inspection citations will now be reflected on a driver’s or carrier’s record. Having the CDL Defender™ on your side can help you and your drivers take full advantage of this rule, helping attain a favorable outcome that is accurately reflected on your drivers’ good driving records. Our network attorneys and CDL customer service team understand FMCSA regulations and how they can affect drivers’ livelihoods, and are ready to provide guidance through the process.
With our low-cost CDL Defender™ legal benefits, your employees are covered while on the job or in their personal vehicles, and their spouses are covered as well. It also provides for pre-existing matters, many personal legal matters, financial coaching and identity theft. U.S. Legal Services defends your CDL drivers and their families with attorneys who know the rules of the road. We can even assist with CSA DataQs Challenges.
These are summaries of the coverage that your employees will receive with CDL Defender™ legal benefits:
- DataQ Challenges
- Consultation services
- Identity theft protection
- Coverage for spouse in both commercial and personal vehicles
- Financial coaching
- Discounted legal services for personal matters
Offer the most comprehensive legal benefits plan available.
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- unsafe driving
- fatigued driving
- driver fitness
- controlled substance/alcohol issues
- vehicle maintenance issues
- cargo-related issues
- crash indicator issues
- and more