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In the event, you may realize that some of your goods are damaged or missing, or if you feel that you have been over-charged or charged for services that you didn’t receive prior, during, or after services were completed, please follow the instructions below to start and initiate a claim against your moving provider.


STAGE 1 - LET'S GET STARTED ...


  • Please check the "Bill of Lading" (Your Moving Contract) to verify the correct name of your service provider. You may have booked your move through a moving brokerage company. If so, please remember that we need the legal name of your service provider (The company who executed your move) not the brokerage company.
  • Please check the top left of your moving contract. The US DOT number will ensure that we are assigning your case to the right service provider. You may have booked your move through a moving brokerage company. If so, please remember that we need the legal name of your service provider (The company who executed your move) not the brokerage company.


WE MAKE IT SIMPLE TO SETTLE YOUR MOVING CLAIMS!


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1 - REGISTER YOUR CASE IN UNDER 5 MINUTES.

2 - PROVIDE SUPPORTIVE INFORMATION TO YOUR CASE.

3 - REVIEW & ACCEPT YOUR CLAIM RESOLUTION.


Moving Claims is not an insurance company and the employees of Moving Claims are not acting as your insurance adjusters. Moving Claims does not practice Insurance laws and does not give legal advice. This site is not intended to create an insurance claim, and by using the Moving Claims websites, no insurance claim will be created with Moving Claims. Instead, you are filing a Household Goods claim with the carrier who moved you via Moving Claims Websites. Moving Claims websites information, as well as any, advice of its employees is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. The information contained on this website is designed for informational purposes only. Nothing on this website is designed or intended to constitute legal advice. Federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the moving industry change frequently and may be interpreted differently by different people. If you need specific legal advice you should consult a lawyer directly or a representative from the US DOT.​