Please give me a moment to finish typing my reply, I was just letting you know that I was here and working on your problem.
Unfortunately, no, this would not be covered.
At this point, the tv is well past the 1 year factory warranty anyway, but even if it were, they would not cover physical damage such as this. The warranty is meant to cover only internal manufacturing defects, so Sanyo would not take responsibility for the movers damaging it.
This is really the responsibility of the movers, who dropped, twisted, bumped it, etc
Just for your information, this is also not something that can be fixed. The entire lcd panel (screen assembly) would have to be replaced, which is never really practical. The cost of a new panel (which is nearly impossible to find) is about the same price as a new tv, and then requires several hours of labor for a tech to strip the tv down and rebuild it around a new panel. It is less costly to buy a new tv at that point.
Now, if you have some type of extended warranty you purchased through walmart, it is possible that they have a provision for accidental damage like this, but that is typically not the case. If your warranty has this coverage, it would be clearly spelled out in the warranty terms.
Your best option at this point is to file a claim with the moving company.