Get Moving with Ejudicate Arbitration

With our streamlined Arbitration Program, you get the protection your moving company needs, faster

Moving Across State Lines? Don't Risk Heavy Fines

Before You Get Moving, You’ll Need an Arbitration Program

 

If you move household goods across state lines, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association requires you by law to have an arbitration program in place.

 

Without one, the Department of Transportation can slap your company with a serious fine.

 

But you can cover all your bases and meet DOT license requirements with Ejudicate.

Move With
Confidence

Meet Your License Requirements

 

With Ejudicate, you get a free arbitration clause which you can insert into any household goods movers contract that complies with the requirements of the Department of Transportation’s law 49 CFR 375.211

 

Our arbitration program ensures your moving company meets the DOT’s classification and requirements for a Household Movers Permit (HTR) so you remove the risk of heavy fines for non-compliance.

Ensure
Customer Trust

An Arbitration Program Protects both You and Your Clients

 

There is nothing more valuable in the moving industry than trust, and with an arbitration program in place, you can give your clients the confidence of knowing their move is protected.

Get Back on the Road
Faster with Ejudicate

We’ve streamlined arbitration by moving the entire process online

 

Using the right arbitration platform can save you time and money. With Ejudicate’s 100% online service, you can upload your claim and supporting evidence from the comfort of your truck, saving you time, money and a whole lot of hassle.

10X More
Efficient

Ejudicate’s online platform turns an arbitration claim around in 45 days, compared to 410 days with traditional arbitration. We also make the process up to 90% more cost effective.

How To Get Started
With Ejudicate

By moving the dispute resolution process online, we streamline settlements and arbitrations, giving you access to legal remedies that were once out of reach for small businesses.

1. Integrate our arbitration clause into your interstate moving contracts.

2. Carry out moves for your clients as usual.

3. When a dispute occurs, you or your customers start a claim on Ejudicate.com

Ejudicate
Claim Process

1. Claim is Started Online

You or your client starts the claim online and uploads corresponding evidence.

2. You Respond

After being notified of the claim, the other party (the Respondent) responds with their side of the story and any supporting evidence.

3. Judge is Assigned

An independent and impartial judge is then assigned to the case.

4. Judge Reviews Evidence

The judge reviews all of the evidence and, if need be, can message either party through the platform with any questions.

5. Ruling

The judge makes a final decision on the outcome of the claim, including the monetary result and issues a binding arbitration award.

Why
Arbitration?

Arbitration is less expensive, more efficient and provides better settlement and resolution options than traditional litigation.

 

The Department of Transportation introduced regulations that all interstate moving companies must be signed up to an arbitration program in order to reduce pressure on the US  civil court system.

 

Judges are keenly aware of this requirement and will compel parties to the arbitration or dismiss the case outright if the option is not established with your customer, leaving you and your business without any recourse whatsoever.

— Great, you've got your arbitration clause, but now what? —

Three important tips when updating your agreement with the Ejudicate arbitration clause: 

With your Ejudicate arbitration clause, you now have your venue: Ejudicate’s Online Platform. You’ll have your jurisdiction: All disputes arising from the Agreement will be decided exclusively by Ejudicate, and lastly, you’ll have your choice of law to be applied.

Keep in mind that these are suggestions and not legal advice. Whenever you update your agreements, it’s essential that you have an attorney review and approve.