How can I get my mover to accept my damage claim?
Aug 18, 12:37
Answer by ktooley (Karen Tooley)
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Dec 28, 07:41
Comment by wayne.c.jordan (Wayne Jordan)
A pivotal point here is the inventory exception sheet that you signed when your goods were picked up. If the exception sheet shows that your items were damaged when they were picked up, your claim has been denied for that reason. It makes no difference if you think that they were damaged; what matters is what it says on the form you signed. I've appraised moving damage claims for over 20 years, and most claims that are denied are denied because the shipper (you) didn't take the time to read and understand the codes on the inventory exception sheet.
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