Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Brown Biscuit, Jan 8, 2018.
Words to live by
Maybe or maybe not
Attorneys provided? Just for cases involving UPS? Can't say I've ever heard of that.
Thank you for the reply! The other party involved in the accident is denying fault of course. This was a really bad accident but thank God everyone involved walked away. I was told the attorney is provided since I am an employee of UPS. I know there will be ill comments to follow. I am not trying to take work from anyone. When hired I was told that if I do a good job there was a good chance I could be transitioned to part time. With a family to support I jumped at the opportunity.
You are being provided an attorney only because UPS doesn't want to get sued for your screw up.
They could careless about you or your car.
…couldn't care less...
Hope this helps.
It didn't. Could you post the definition and use it in a sentence for me pretty please.
Also my phone auto corrected to could.
Just for you I will.
"Couldn't care less" means you are all out of "care" and, therefore, couldn't care less.
"Could care less" means you still have some "care" and, hence, could care less.
How did I do?
So I used it right. UPS could care less. They could have not given him a attorney.
and the winner is
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You are really just a contractor using your own car... just like the lineup of gypos outside the feeder office waiting for loads like rabid dogs... only reason ups is getting an attorney involved is to protect their interests.... they don’t want this pvd gig to be shut down... you REALLY aren’t an employee...
For the Central Region UPS Teamsters?
Can you link to language for the Central Region or a web site explaining any Legal Benefits?
I know they exist for Western Region UPS Teamsters.
i used then when @Indecisi0n and I had a disagreement
And like I said before, I will not sign the divorce papers.
you wont drink your ovaltane
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