Do Freight Brokers Have to Pay Workers’ Compensation to Non-Employees?

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Freight brokers, like any other employer, are generally only liable for their own employees for workers’ compensation purposes. However, what if a freight broker contracts with a motor carrier to transport goods, the motor carrier does not carry workers’ compensation insurance, and the motor carrier’s driver is injured on the job? Can the freight broker Read More

What Do I Do With a Broken Seal Load?

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Freight brokers are increasingly facing consignees who reject freight when a carrier shows up at the delivery dock with a broken seal. Here is how you can defend against the trend. In both truckload and less-than-truckload shipments, shippers often require their freight to be transported in “sealed” containers. Sealed shipments help document chain of custody Read More