Cargo Insurance

Legally, all carriers must carry a minimum amount of insurance, known as carrier liability. However, carrier liability provides very limited coverage, and anything from natural disasters to vehicle accidents or even acts of war could damage your cargo. Therefore, shippers can request cargo insurance to protect their goods from loss, damage, or theft while in transit. Generally, goods are insured while being stored and while in transit, until they reach the buyer. Learn more about Cargo Insurance.

Excess Motor Truck Cargo

When your customers ask for higher limits of liability on their domestic loads, we have the solution with Excess Motor Truck Cargo Liability. With this coverage, the liability of the carrier is increased to the shipment value up to $500,000. Shipments of higher increased liability value require prior approval. Learn more about Excess Motor Truck Cargo.