Established Transportation Law Attorneys

Nationwide Cargo Damage and Loss Claims

If you own a business that is involved in the transportation of goods, you know that there are a large number of claim, liability limit, insurance, and other legal issues which may arise in the event of damaged cargo, non-delivery of cargo, or cargo loss due to theft, destruction or other casualty. At Roberts & Associates, we are highly knowledgeable and experienced in the field of transportation law and cargo claims. If you are currently involved in a dispute over cargo loss or damage, you should not hesitate to seek out the legal guidance and representation of an experienced transportation law attorney.

With extensive experience dealing with legal issues regarding the transportation of goods, our transportation lawyers are more than qualified to assist you with your case. We are dedicated to providing our clients with practical, efficient, and cost-effective legal representation. When you choose to hire our firm, you can rely on us to put together a realistic and effective approach towards a resolution. Although our offices are in South Florida, we work with clients nationwide.

We represent clients in a wide range of cargo related matters, which may include:

  • Claims involving equipment breakdown
  • Claims involving stolen cargo
  • Claims involving safety issues or violations
  • Claims involving property damage or collisions
  • Claims involving spoiled cargo, defective cargo, or contaminated cargo
  • Claims involving improperly loaded, packed, or secured cargo
  • Claims involving delay in delivery or failure to deliver cargo

Contact an Experienced Transportation Law Attorney

You deserve effective legal defense against issues relating to cargo claims, and we intend to provide you with exactly that. If you would like to hire our firm or discuss your concerns with one of our transportation law attorneys, please call us today at (888) 910-0655 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to speaking with you and discussing your specific cargo loss or damage dispute, whether you are a broker, forwarder, carrier, insurer, or other transportation intermediary.