If a problem arises with the carrier of household goods (moving company), you must first try to reach an agreement to resolve the dispute. Initiate legal action against the moving company. Moving can be stressful and chaotic, and when things go wrong, the blame often falls on one of the goals closest to the moving company's hand. Conflicts between moving companies and customers often turn into payment disputes, which can easily be converted into chargebacks.
The first, highly logical step you should take is to contact your moving company right away and try to resolve any issues you may have. The peaceful resolution of a dispute or claim is always the best solution for both parties because you can save a lot of time, money and nerves with simple efforts to reach mutual understanding. Usually, a customer who moves has debit or credit cards to pay for the company's services. If there are any issues with the goods and services they have purchased, they can always take advantage of the mover's chargeback process.
In addition, you can file a lawsuit for violation of state or federal law, such as the Carmack Amendment, if your move was across state lines. Dishonestly, many items moved by Wheaton were included in the final inventory sheet of Mover Dudes; they also added and duplicated other items, such as just a few examples, there were more than 100 additional boxes, an additional 55-inch TV and 5 additional dining chairs were added. They are determining the date (but they haven't provided it to me) on which I should deliver my moving contents. Yes, the driver of the truck is leaving, now he has left you with a U-Haul full of 'some' (you'll find out later) of your things parked in front of your house, and he has left you with these to the shady and false carriers.
Long-distance cross-country carriers added additional stress to this situation and handled every step unprofessionally. So not only was Matthew not communicating with us, he wasn't communicating with this moving company delivering things. Once I file a claim form, I cannot return to Cross Country Long Distance Movers to file an additional claim. If you are unable to resolve your dispute with the moving company yourself, you will want to consult with a qualified and knowledgeable business lawyer.
To move my furniture and it was delivered to me with very serious damage to my sofa, with a broken leg, and on one of the seats in my dining room, with a completely broken leg. While even the best moving companies can make mistakes from time to time, you can often avoid problems with moving by doing a lot of research beforehand and hiring only a reputable moving company. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requires that interstate carriers have a neutral arbitration program.