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WELCOME TO THE OLIVEIRA V. NEW PRIME, INC. AND
HAWORTH V. NEW PRIME, INC. SETTLEMENT
UPDATE: The deadline to file a claim was December 7, 2020. However, if you received a notice recently with a different deadline (either February 26, 2021 or April 6, 2021), then you are still eligible to submit a claim to participate in the settlement. You can submit a claim by clicking on "File a Claim" above.
To find out if you are still eligible to submit a claim, you can contact the Prime Trucking Settlement Administration (contact information below).
A settlement has been reached between Dominic Oliveira and Rocky Haworth (“Class Representatives”) and New Prime, Inc. (“Prime”) regarding Plaintiffs’ claims that Prime improperly paid drivers, in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), Missouri Minimum Wage Law (“MMWL”) and related laws.
For settlement purposes, the Courts have preliminarily certified a class and collective action of all individuals who have attended training to become truck drivers for Prime and/or have driven for Prime as employee drivers and/or as independent contractor drivers who have leased their trucks through Prime at any time since October 2, 2012 through May 8, 2020, and all individuals who have otherwise attended training in Missouri to become truck drivers for Prime at any time since March 4, 2010 through May 8, 2020, except for the named plaintiffs in Montgomery v. New Prime, Inc., 8:17-00321(C.D. Cal.).
You are receiving the Notice because you have been identified as a Class Member. The Notice is to inform you about the settlement and your rights related to the same.
|JOIN THE SETTLEMENT AND RECEIVE YOUR MAXIMUM SHARE
||If you wish to receive your maximum share of the settlement, you must fill out and return or submit online the Claim/Consent to Join Form no later than December 7, 2020. By doing so, you will receive a minimum settlement payment, which has been calculated as described in Section 3 of the FAQs.
||If you choose to do nothing, you will be eligible to receive a minimum settlement payment, described below.
|EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE SETTLEMENT
||If you choose to exclude yourself from the settlement by December 7, 2020, you will not receive any payment and will not be considered a part of this settlement.
|OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT
||Write to the Court about why you do not like the settlement.