Motor carrier liability claims: a long and winding road
A road risk infographic
In 1935, Congress enacted the Carmack Amendment. Adopted to achieve uniformity in rules governing interstate shipments, the Amendment — even today — spells out rights, duties and obligations of shippers and carriers when it comes to cargo claims. However, it doesn’t guarantee insurance coverage, or necessarily make winning a claim easy.
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