Drivers History is a service provided by TransUnion, a Credit Reporting Agency. Drivers History serves the following areas:
Drivers History by TransUnion collects, analyzes, and maintains consumers’ court-based traffic violation data and provides this data to the above mentioned industries for the purposes of risk assessment and employment decisions. This information can provide insights for insurance companies that could determine consumers’ eligibility for insurance, and well as those seeking employment where driving records are used in hiring decisions. Some companies continually run updated checks on employees, so the data could lead to termination of employment.
Mistakes on your reports from Drivers History by TransUnion can be devastating. These errors may cause serious problems such as Insurance denial, job losses, not getting hired, and much more. Employers use these reports in making hiring decisions, so make sure they are accurate. It is the responsibility of the reporting agency and possibly the insurance company or hiring company to maintain accurate records.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act or FCRA protects consumers from damaging errors on these reports.
If your report from Drivers History by TransUnion contains inaccurate information, you have the right to dispute the information and have it corrected. If your dispute is ignored or unresolved after 30 days, you have the right to sue.
If your Drivers History by TransUnion report errors have caused problems and you are having trouble getting them removed, it’s time to contact the Consumer Law Firm Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C..
The consumer protection attorneys at Francis and Mailman will evaluate your situation with Drivers History, and determine the best course of action for you. Fill out our case review form or call us at 1-877-735-8600 to get free legal help today.