Interstate Distributor Co. – Truck Driver Wage and Hour Violation

STONE vs. INTERSTATE DISTRIBUTOR CO.

Pierce County Superior Court – Case No. 15-2-14612-8

About this Case

Rekhi & Wolk, P.S., along with Terrell Marshall Law Group, Ackermann & Tilajef, PC, Hammondlaw, PC, and Inida Lin Bodien, Attorney at Law, is pursuing a wage and hour class action against Defendant Interstate Distributor Co. (“Interstate”) to recover unpaid wages for employees who worked as drivers for Interstate while residing in the state of Washington. Plaintiff Tristan Stone alleges that Interstate has engaged in a common scheme of wage and hour violations. Violations include failing to pay drivers for all of their work, for their rest breaks, and for overtime. Furthermore, Plaintiff Stone alleges that Interstate made unlawful deductions to the wages of drivers. The lawsuit is brought under Washington’s wage and hour laws, which ensure the fair treatment of workers.

Case Status

This case was filed on December 17, 2015. Plaintiff-Intervener’s motion to intervene was granted on May 25, 2017. There is a pending motion to dismiss Plaintiff-Intervener Kingsley as a named Plaintiff in the present lawsuit.

Case Contact Information

Phone: 206.388.5887
Email: [email protected]

Class Counsel:

Rekhi & Wolk, P.S.
Hardeep Rekhi
Greg Wolk

Terrell Marshall Law Group PLLC
Toby J. Marshall
Erika L. Nusser

Ackermann & Tilajef, PC
Craig J. Ackermann

Hammondlaw, PC
Julian Hammond

India Lin Bodien, Attorney at Law
India Lin Bodien

Case Documents

Class Action Complaint – Kingsley vs. Interstate Distributor Co.

Plaintiff-Intervenor’s Class Action Complaint for Damages

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