Truck drivers do not have it easy, trust us. Being in the insurance business for as long as we have, one tends to learn a thing or two. Being a local business and talking to the truck drivers here in Connecticut, we know the difficult tasks you have to deal with to earn a decent living. Of these, it is important to evaluate and dissect contracts and the concerns that have arisen within the specific business area. Too often, we see truck drivers or their companies being completely beaten and destroyed by contractors and their contracts. The reasons mentioned for such an intestinal destructive test are negligence. Yes, with a view to basic realities and contracts, you could lose your entire business.
To help truck drivers in America we have put together an informative blog about all your contracting concerns and how you can alleviate them
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Understanding the consequences
In a perfect scenario, as a truck driver you get a fantastic contract, you load the delivery on time, everything goes smoothly on the road and you deliver it on time. Alas! This is not a perfect world we live in and there are many arenas where things can go wrong. In such a scenario, the other party / contractors can sue you for any damages caused. Although your insurance can help you out here, of course there are also limitations. Therefore, it is necessary for you to take the preparation of contracts seriously and look at them carefully.
Reading and Review
Usually, truck drivers do not pay enough attention to the contract they sign with their carrier. This is where things start to go wrong. How can anyone expect to stick to a contract when they do not even know what it is about. Since this agreement – with the terms and conditions – is mostly addressed to you via the carrier, you should be extra careful and especially about what you log on to.
Make a habit of reading all the contracts that you submit your signature and if any clause is unclear or requires further explanation, bring it up with the other party. This practice should preferably be done in the preparation stage so that you can be clear when you move on to the final document.
Involvement of the lawyer
If you have major disputes about your contract, it is wise to call your lawyer or a legal expert to get an opinion and trust in your contract before making a final deal.
At Paradiso Insurance, we want to see you succeed. That is why our blogs are designed to help you in the simplest, yet most effective way. The advice we give and the opinions we share are gathered and refined through experience. Like our insurance policies, our blogs are designed to keep you and your livelihood safe and secure at all costs.