describes different levels of liability that a mover will assume when transporting your goods. Valuation, while a form of protection, is not the same as insurance.
Shippers (client's) declaration of the value declared for the possessions being shipped, thereby establishing the removal company's maximum liability for loss or damage to the consignment. If no value is declared, the liability is then based on the total market value of the items being moved. .
A tariff level of carrier liability based on the weight of your goods. Valuation covers your property by assessing value in three different ways: Assessed Value Coverage, Full Replacement Value Coverage and Standard Coverage. Valuation only covers your goods for damage or loss that you can prove negligence on the part of the carrier. Valuation does not cover any loss or damage due to Acts of God. Please note: Valuation is not insurance.