Does anyone know...if a person is denied a job based on a background check, is he entitled to see the report? easy child was turned down for a job because of the background check. They said he was uninsureable. The only thing he has is a speeding ticket, which he told them about and they said wouldn't be a problem. He told them about the accident, but told them the accident wasn't his fault. And it wasn't; the other driver was cited. So, I'd like for him to be able to see what came up to make sure it's accurate. If they pull DMV records, the only thing on there is the speeding ticket. However, the insurance companies went to arbitration and easy child was found 50% liable for the accident because he was doing 50mph in a 45mph zone. It wouldn't have mattered, the other driver backed out into the road in front of him. Our insurance company thought it was ridiculous and his rates did not go up. I'm just wondering what kind of information they pull. I know if you are denied a job or a loan based on your credit report, you're entitled to a copy of your credit report. I'm wondering if the same holds true for background checks. He is so, so, so disappointed. And bewildered. I am, too. A former friend of mine had way more points than that on her license and she was a school bus driver, for crying out loud.