Moving companies listed on MovingLabor.com provide labor-only services: movers that load or unload a moving truck, trailer or storage container that you provide. When it comes to hiring help for your move we want you to have peace of mind, which is why we've created this guide.
What if an item is Damaged?
All movers providing labor-only services are responsible for basic damage protection. This protection covers up to $0.60 per pound when damage occurs while being handled by the movers. Learn more about basic damage protection.
Am I Liable if a mover gets Injured?
You are never liable for any injury sustained by the movers that occurs as a result of normal household goods movement. All movers listed on our site have contractually agreed not to hold a customer liable for an injury.
Are They Experienced?
MovingLabor.com will only approve a moving company that has met our requirements and passed our screening process. Movers listed on our site have had their professional experience verified. The average customer rating for movers listed on our site is 4.6 out of 5.
Moving companies listed on MovingLabor.com may have a variety of professional credentials. If a mover has any of these credentials they will be shown on their profile.
The mover has passed a thorough background check conducted by our trusted vendor.
A license issued in the business name under the authority of the city/town, county or state in which the mover operates. A license is not required to provide moving labor.
An official registration of the company name, typically a LLC or DBA. Depending on the location of the mover a name registration may be issued by a city/town, county or state.
An insurance policy that covers a variety of claims, including bodily injury, property damage, personal injury and others that may arise from normal business operations.
Provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment.