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Claims Administration
07 Jun

Including Profit Loss in a Freight Claim Filing

Carriers require either the manufacturer’s invoice or the seller’s invoice to be included when filing a freight claim for several reasons,...

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12 Apr

Key Numbers You Need To Know In the Freight Industry

From the number of years a shipper has to file a civil suit regarding a claim to the number of days a carrier has to issue a balance due for an...

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23 Feb

Six Common Reasons for Denied Freight Claims

Freight claims are never a pleasant issue to deal with.  Unfortunately, if you’re a shipper they’re part of the business and they’re usually...

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17 Nov

Limited Access, Non-Commercial & Construction Site Deliveries

Often times “limited access” or “non-commercial” fees are imposed by carriers based on the amount of difficulty involved with delivery.  Depending...

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27 Oct

LTL Freight Charges for eCommerce Sales

Ecommerce that involves LTL freight can be overwhelming and, as a result, some will forego selling certain items altogether, so they don’t have to...

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06 Oct

Five Basic Questions To Ask When Evaluating Any 3PL Program

Clear communication and clearly defined expectations can set the tone for any solid business partnership. As a shipper, you probably don’t want to...

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15 Sep

Tips For Successfully Mitigating Claims

To help ensure your chances of receiving a successful outcome to your claim filing, it is important to remember that per NMFC guidelines it is the...

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08 Sep

Freight Claims: General & Special Damages

A freight claim is not intended to be a profit center for a claimant, but rather to make the shipper “whole”, as if the carrier had performed...

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01 Sep

Freight Charges Involved With A Damage Claim

Freight charges for a damaged shipment are eligible to be recouped as a part of a freight claim settlement. It is important to note, however, that...

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18 Aug

Taking Possession of Refused Damaged Freight

When freight is refused damaged, someone must take possession of it. If not, the shipper risks incurring storage fees and even losing the freight...

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