Best movers MD
There is something about us that you should know. We are by far the best movers in Maryland. (Top 3 in Virginia and Washington D.C.)
This is because we work hard and smart.
All our insurance and compliance information can be found below.
MOVERS ON DUTY US LLC
Our Beliefs make us the best movers MD has to offer:
We treat all our customers as VIPs because, for us, they are.
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LICENSES – OPERATING AUTHORITY:
US DOT Number: 3057043 MC: 053037
ADDRESS OF THE BEST MOVERS MD HAS TO OFFER:
Mailing and billing address:
19033 Lark Song Terrace. Germantown, MD 20874
Warehouse: Rickenbacker Dr. Gaithersburg, MD 20879
(Best movers Germantown MD serving Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C.)
MOVERS ON DUTY SERVICES & HANDLING:
• General Liability Insurance:
Policy # 04272018srZ01; Coverage: $2,000,000.00
• Automobile Insurance:
Policy # 04197397-0; Coverage: $1,000,000.00
• Worker’s Compensation:
Policy # 5410320; Coverage: $500,000.00
• To purchase Full-Coverage cargo insurance please visit:
AREAS OF SERVICE:
Movers On Duty’s warehouse is located in Maryland. We are considered the best movers around Baltimore but we also serve metropolitan Washington DC & surrounding areas in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Delaware, as well as, but not restricted to: NJ, PA, NY, CT, SC, NC, OH.
A partial list of areas we serve locally:
– Movers Frederick MD
• Friendship Village MD
• Gaithersburg MD
• Movers Germantown MD
• Glen Echo, MD
• Kensington MD
• Martin’s Additions, MD
• Potomac, MD
• Movers Rockville MD
• Silver Spring MD Movers
We also have movers in VA:
Top of the line moving contractor.
Movers On Duty Dispute settlement program for interstate moves
Dispute settlement & Arbitration Program
Arbitration is the private, judicial determination of a dispute by an independent third party. An arbitration hearing may involve the use of an individual arbitrator or a tribunal.
A tribunal may consist of any number of arbitrators, though some legal systems insist on an odd number for obvious reasons of wishing to avoid a tie. One and three are the most common numbers of arbitrators. The disputing parties hand over their power to decide the dispute to the arbitrator(s). Arbitration is an alternative to court action (litigation), and generally, is final and binding.
Who is required to have an Arbitration Program?
All Household Goods (HHG) movers who engage in interstate moves must offer an Arbitration Program to people interested in their services. The program would be used to resolve disputes concerning loss and damage claims, as well as, issues with the service or billing.
Must individual shippers who move from one State to another, participate in a Dispute Settlement Program?
Individual shippers have the right to participate in the HHG mover’s arbitration program but can choose not to participate. Individual shippers may seek judicial remedies through court actions under 49 USC 14706.
You have a right to arbitration for interstate moves under the Carmack Amendment. Additionally, state laws may provide similar provisions for in-state moves.
The American Moving and Storage Association’s arbitration program allows customers to file complaints against their moving companies. Then a third party decides who owes who what.