18-Wheeler Truck Accident Lawyers - Over $900 Million Recovered

18-Wheeler Accident Attorneys

Fight Insurance Giants With An 18-Wheeler Crash Lawyer

Eighteen-wheeler accidents are all too common on the roadways of the United States. The attorneys of Isaacs & Isaacs are experienced in protecting victims who have been injured in a crash with an 18-wheeler truck or large commercial vehicle. We understand the significant injuries that result and will fight to win you the money damages you deserve. We have recovered over $900 million in damages for our clients and have a success rate of 99 percent in our cases. In most cases, drivers have fallen short of their obligations on the road through an act of negligence.

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Filing Lawsuit With An 18-Wheeler Truck Crash Law Firm

The most important reasons to get an experienced legal team on your side include:

  • Witnesses may forget what happened
  • Evidence may disappear
  • The statute of limitations runs out

Call 800-800-8888 today to setup a free case review.

A Conversation All About 18-Wheeler Truck Accidents

Attorney Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — sat down to address questions for those who have been involved in a crash involving an 18-wheeler truck or other large commercial vehicles. Join us in this radio episode of “Ask The Hammer,” the podcast exploring the legal matters that matter most. Play the episode directly below.

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Facts About 18-Wheeler Trucks

An 18-wheeler is a tractor truck which pulls several semi-trailers. The tractor has 10 wheels while each trailer has eight. This is the reason the name 18-wheeler was attached. These trucks haul an assortment of loads, and their weight is determined by the number of trailers. However, the weight limits are determined by state laws as are the number of trailers.

What Is the Allowed Weight for an 18-Wheeler

The uppermost limit for an 18-wheeler is 80,000 pounds. Compared to the 5,000-pound weight of a passenger vehicle, this weight can be destructive in an accident. Sometimes, truckers and the trucking company exceed the allowed maximum weight.

Exceeding the weight limit is a grievous act of negligence. Besides the crushing force, the excess weight makes it difficult for a driver to maintain control. Drivers are held to a tight schedule and often exceed the safe speed limit for a vehicle of a specific weight to get where they are going quicker and this can add to the lack of a control a driver experiences.

Call Isaacs & Isaacs If You Were Injured by an 18-Wheeler

If you or a loved one was injured by an 18-wheeler, calling Isaacs & Isaacs can free you from the burden of worrying about what to do. The attorneys will answer any questions you might have, plan a strategy to obtain compensation and protect your rights. Calling us for a free consultation is important. We are always available at 800-800-8888 at any time of the day or night.