Naturally, you're excited about your big upcoming move. But before you move, it's critical that you understand how the claims process works. We've compiled a list of helpful tips that will help you avoid potential damages. Be sure to carefully read these tips prior to filling out the claims form found in the link at the bottom of the page. If you need to file a complaint, simply fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
How and when you pack your items will play a part in the success of your move. Don't wait until the last minute to begin packing. Instead, begin the packing process a few weeks before you move. Now it's extremely important that you protect all of those precious items you've worked so hard to attain. You'll most likely find yourself moving fragile items like mirrors, side tables made of glass and even a flat screen TV or two. Be sure to use extra padding on these items prior to placing them in moving boxes. This will give them extra cushioning and support. If you need to ship bed frames or other pieces of furniture that you may have difficulty with, ask your movers for their professional advice on packing tips.
Another tip is to be aware and use logic when packing. For example, if you have an excess of jewelry or other valuable personal items, you will obviously want to take these items with you to avoid them being damaged. Remember: even the strongest boxes and plastic bins are subject to damage during a move if you stuff them with items or if they are not arranged properly in the moving truck. If this all seems too complicated for your tastes, hire a moving company that will handle the packing portion of your move.
Moving day has finally arrived! Amidst the excitement, be sure to follow the movers as they create a detailed inventory of all your household items. This will be the ideal time to discuss with your movers any delicate items or other valuable items that are being transported. It is IMPORTANT that you retain copies of all shipping documents you are given, and be sure to read over everything until you understand clearly.
This is it, the day you've been waiting for – delivery day! All of the packing and hard work you've put into this move is about to pay off. Here are a few tips that will help ensure that your moving day goes by without a hitch.
Note: If you decide to use a third-party insurance firm, be sure to contact them immediately to further expedite your claim.
Once you get your shipment and you realize that items are missing or damaged, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you need to file a claim or a complaint, the multiple ways you can contact us can be found at the bottom of the page.
While filing a claim or a complaint, you should provide the name, weight and declared value of the item, and be prepared to give specific details regarding the damage. This is why it is important to take good, clear picture of the damaged item – it will only help your case.
Please note that all claims must be submitted with 9 months after the date of delivery. This timeframe is the moving industry standard, and is applied to all inter-state moves.
Also, please keep in mind that you will be responsible for all costs that are associated with filing a claim. All claims will be settled based on your insurance agreement, along with the terms that you agreed to on your Bill of Lading. If there is any dispute regarding the weight and/or worth of the subject, you may need to contact the manufacturer for proof. No claims will be processed if you have an outstanding balance on your account.
Whenever you file any claim or complaint, make sure that you take your time and follow the instructions carefully. Fill out all forms correctly and read everything closely to avoid any mistakes. Here at All State Van Lines Relocation, we always do our very best to resolve all claims in an expeditious manner.
Once you've filled out the claim or complaint form below, there are multiple ways in which you can return the completed form to us.
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A properly licensed interstate broker, All State Van Lines Relocation LLC., is not a motor carrier and will not transport an individual shipper’s household goods, but will coordinate and arrange for the transportation of household goods by an FMCSA authorized motor carrier, whose charges will be determined by its published tariff. All estimated charges and final actual charges will be based upon the carrier’s tariff which is available for inspection from the carrier upon reasonable request.
A properly licensed interstate broker, All State Van Lines Relocation LLC. is not a motor carrier and will not transport an individual shipper's household goods, but will coordinate and arrange for the transportation of household goods, and additional services, by an FMCSA authorized motor carrier. Relo Van Lines LLC is the authorized motor carrier for All State Van Lines Relocation LLC.