Supply chain issues put Carmack Preemption in the spotlight

By Andrew Steif (March 16, 2022, 5:03 p.m. EDT) – The Biden administration recently announced a number of unprecedented planned investments in America’s supply chain and transportation infrastructure, including its February 24 announcement of a plan to secure supply chains.

As these plans are implemented and rail and road freight shipments increase across the country, claims for freight damage and loss will inevitably increase as well.

Although companies follow carefully considered security and shipping practices, it is inevitable that not all shipments will arrive intact at their destination. And as shippers and customers ponder their legal rights, they’re faced with a potentially confusing decision as to what…

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