Are you among those who think cargo claims recovery is only worth the effort for significant losses? Think again.
In this blog, we’re breaking down the harsh truth: no one cares about your cargo claims as much as you do. Every dollar counts, especially when it comes to your business’s financial health. In cargo claims, the common misconception is that only substantial losses are worth pursuing. The truth is, there’s no legal minimum threshold for submitting a claim.
Consider this scenario: you experience a minor cargo loss, let’s say $500. You might be tempted to let it slide, thinking it’s not worth the hassle. But here’s the reality – small losses left unchecked can snowball into big headaches down the road. That $500 claim ignored today might turn into a $5,000 claim tomorrow, and eventually, a $50,000 claim.
Successful cargo claims recovery starts with a mindset shift. As an exporter, you should realize that if you don’t have the processes and documents to pursue a $500 cargo claim, you won’t be equipped to recover $500,000 when a significant loss occurs. Period.
Here’s where Recoupex comes into play. We understand that cargo claims recovery can be complex and time-consuming. That’s why we’re here to simplify the process for you. Our mission is to ensure you recoup every dollar you’re entitled to.
With Recoupex on your side, you can trust us to handle your cargo claims with the same care and attention that you would. We’re experts in the field, and we’ve got your back from the smallest to the largest claims. Our goal is to protect your business from potential future woes.
In the world of cargo claims recovery, every dollar lost affects your bottom line, and small losses left unaddressed can lead to significant financial setbacks. That’s why it’s crucial to take every claim seriously, no matter the size.
Recoupex is a hub of transport lawyers – experts in cargo claims. We assess your case quickly. We have successfully recovered claims from Maersk, Sealand, Hapag-Lloyd, Mediterranean Shipping Company – MSC, CMA CGM, and other carriers.