First Nation Moving System is a well known and highly reliable name in the movers packers segment. We have a highly trained staff for packing, unpacking, loading, unloading and transportation of goods. We use the most safe and secure packaging material and containers so as to ensure the safety of the items that are being moved.
You should contact the moving packing company at-least 24 hours before you want the things to be moved.
You don’t need to worry about that as our field officer would help you in this matter.
You don’t have to worry about much during the moving process. However, you will have to provide various documents etc that would be required for certain items. It is suggested that you discuss this thoroughly with our field officer.
Movers are required to meet something called “reasonable dispatch” requirements. This means the transportation must happen—within reason—during the scheduled dates, as shown on the order of service and bill of lading. Some things beyond a mover’s control, like weather, may be acceptable reasons for delay.
You have nine months from the date of delivery to file a claim.
You will have to seek recourse through court or arbitration. If you choose court over arbitration, the suit must be brought within two years of the dispute.
Not necessarily. You may file an inconvenience or delay claim with the mover, however. Include receipts for lodging and food expenses for all days past the last day of the pick-up and/or delivery spread dates. However, the mover is not obligated to compensate the shipper, so court action or arbitration may be required. If the mover refuses to pay or otherwise disallows any part of the claim, you can pursue a civil action within a two-year time frame of the dispute.