Air transports usually involve high value and fragile goods, which can be explained by a high demand on efficient and reliable transports for these types of goods. Air transports usually involve transports between different countries which requires knowledge in respect of transport law in an international context.
The carrier’s liability for cargo damage does not always provide full protection for companies transporting large value goods. The carrier’s right to limit its liability in damages for damage to the goods and the relatively short period of time within a claim must be submitted are important to be aware of in order not to forfeit the right to compensation (e.g. NSAB). It requires knowledge and experience to safeguard rights in conjunction with transport of goods, for both the carrier and the purchaser of transport.
Small and large companies should have internal procedures in order to safeguard their rights and the protection of the company’s goods during transport.
Is there sufficient insurance cover in the company for goods transported by air?
Are there internal procedures for urgently submitting claims as a result of delays in the goods’ delivery, the damage or loss of goods during transport?
Our lawyers are experts in the Law on Air Transports and International Air Transports (the Montreal Convention) and the application thereof. We help carriers and purchasers of transport as well as other third parties in the transport chain to safeguard their rights.
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