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Old 05-04-2010, 12:05 AM
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Default Arrow Drivers Will Get Back Pay . .

. . but they must file a claim! If you know one, please pass this information along:

TheTrucker.com - America's Trucking Newspaper

Malloy encouraged employees to file wage claims. He said he couldn't go into details, "but there is a deal in the works that could bring in (assets) during the next 30 days to pay court-approved priority wage claims in full."

Arrow creditors — including former employees owed wages and benefits — must file claims against the company's bankruptcy estate by July 6, he said.


Please make this a sticky and give it maximum exposure. Arrow drivers will be grateful and the Peil*****s will hate you forever.
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Old 05-04-2010, 12:30 PM
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. . but they must file a claim! If you know one, please pass this information along:

TheTrucker.com - America's Trucking Newspaper

Malloy encouraged employees to file wage claims. He said he couldn't go into details, "but there is a deal in the works that could bring in (assets) during the next 30 days to pay court-approved priority wage claims in full."

Arrow creditors — including former employees owed wages and benefits — must file claims against the company's bankruptcy estate by July 6, he said.


Please make this a sticky and give it maximum exposure. Arrow drivers will be grateful and the Peil*****s will hate you forever.

Done. Hopefully, most of their former drivers will be able to file their claim in a timely manner. If they don't file a claim before the deadline they won't be able to collect any of their money. The courts are pretty rigid in their time table.
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Everything is going according to law and the time limit is sufficient for the drivers to claim there money.
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Read somewhere that Arrow just shut down without warning to there drivers, not even a hint of a foreSeeable closeure. It kinda hits home for me that those drivers ended up getting shafted and stranded away from home.
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More money for the folks shafted by the fine executives at Arrow!! Hopefully in time for Christmas! :thumbsup:

http://www.landlinemag.com/todays_ne...21211-06.shtml


By Clarissa Kell-Holland, Land Line staff writer
Checks will be in the mail soon to at least 640 former employees and truck drivers for Tulsa-based Arrow Trucking.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Dana Rasure approved the second distribution of payouts, amounting to more than $2 million, on Thursday, Dec. 8.
This second payout comes nearly a year after former employees and drivers received their first distribution from Arrow Trucking’s bankruptcy estate’s assets.
Many former truck drivers and employees for Tulsa-based Arrow Trucking remember Christmas of 2009 as a bleak and desperate time. Their company’s abrupt collapse left many of them stranded and without paychecks.
The second distribution hinged on Judge Rasure also approving the $850,000 proposed settlement between the Transportation Alliance Bank of Ogden, UT, and Arrow Trucking. TAB agreed to pay back this amount to the Arrow Trucking estate and also released its constructive lien claims against Arrow Trucking’s assets.
This includes payment to more than 260 former drivers represented by Charles Ercole, a partner with Pennsylvania-based law firm of Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP, who filed a class action lawsuit against Arrow Trucking based on the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act. The WARN Act requires employers of companies with more than 100 employees to provide their workers with 60 days’ written notice of an impending closure.
Arrow Trucking bankruptcy trustee Patrick J. Malloy III told Land Line recently that this second distribution “represents payment in full of the priority wage claims filed and approved in this case.”
The trucking community banded together in December 2009 to bring stranded Arrow Trucking drivers home after their fuel cards were turned off and their paychecks bounced just three days before Christmas.
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This happens all the time remeber Jevic, Thunderbird express, cannon express and so many others.
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Old 12-05-2012, 05:18 AM
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Done. Hopefully, most of their former drivers will be able to file their claim in a timely manner. If they don't file a claim before the deadline they won't be able to collect any of their money. The courts are pretty rigid in their time table.
GMAN is quiet right. Many of the old truckers will not be knowing this. I think this should be distributed more and more. Also if there is any chance to circulate this message offline also. That will be a great help for them.
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What happened to Arrow, why they shut down, why didn't they give compensation to drivers?
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Old 02-06-2014, 05:42 AM
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Read somewhere that Arrow just shut down without warning to there drivers, not even a hint of a foreSeeable closeure. It kinda hits home for me that those drivers ended up getting shafted and stranded away from home.
yeah rite drive the truck home an disable it till you get paid
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Well, it's ok that these payments began.
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