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I had worked for a company driving a commercial truck for deliveries in Manhattan. My day would start at 330 am and continue sometimes till 10 at night. Averaging at least 16 hours of driving a day, sometimes even 20. New York state DOT claims that drivers should not drive any more than 11 hours with 10 hours of off time in between shifts. I had weeks were I had worked almost 70 hours in 4 days. 4 days in a row with only sleeping 5 hours in between. This is dangerous. I had struggled to not fall asleep at the wheel many times. I have since then quit, and am receiving unemployment benefits because of these conditions. A former colleague of mine recently was doing a week like this and crashed his car into a tree on his way to work. Is there a case for either or both?