Voluntary Claims Resolution

YOU ARE NOT LIABLE FOR THE LOSS, but you are liable to mediate the claim to its logical conclusion

 

RECIPE TO RESOLVE MOST CLAIMS your role as a “mediator”

 

OS&D applying the recipe to each situation

 

Elkins and other Acts regarding INTERSTATE COMMERCE would a reasonable person truck anything if there was a LEGAL opportunity to NOT pay for it? What ever happens in Interstate commerce must be “FAIR” to both parties

 

THE LAW COMES DOWN ON THE SIDE OF THOSE WHO TAKE THE RISK, and against those who pay for the service (incl Brokers)

BROKER/SHIPPER can never offset MOTOR CARRIERS BILL for any reason, without carrier’s written permission. Pay first, claim second.

YOU ARE NOT LIABLE FOR THE LOSS, but you are liable to mediate the claim to its logical conclusion

 

RECIPE TO RESOLVE MOST CLAIMS your role as a “mediator”

 

OS&D applying the recipe to each situation

 

Elkins and other Acts regarding INTERSTATE COMMERCE would a reasonable person truck anything if there was a LEGAL opportunity to NOT pay for it? What ever happens in Interstate commerce must be “FAIR” to both parties

 

THE LAW COMES DOWN ON THE SIDE OF THOSE WHO TAKE THE RISK, and against those who pay for the service (incl Brokers)

BROKER/SHIPPER can never offset MOTOR CARRIERS BILL for any reason, without carrier’s written permission. Pay first, claim second.

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Disclaimer:  Our General insurance Glossary is for general information only. We  do not warrant the information found here as usual and customary for assessment of insurance claims or pay outs. Insurance terminology could vary widely per State or Insurance company acceptability. Contract language can vary widely dependent upon  many factors. The information contained here is meant to be general in scope. We recommend contacting your insurance agent or the insurance bureau in your state for exactly what is appropriate in your state .