Under most circumstances, trucks can have a maximum gross vehicle weight of 80,000 pounds. The weight limit is to keep highways, bridges, tunnels, and other roadways from being overloaded. Nevertheless, truck companies exceed weight limits in order to load more, transport more, and make more.
Cases involving tractor-trailers or other commercial vehicles are different, very different from car accidents. You need a lawyer who knows truck rules and can use them to win your case. Mike Rafi takes a small number of cases and works to maximize the value of each—and one way he does that is by understanding that truck cases are different and knowing how to investigate truck crashes. Contact Mike if you have been involved in a wreck with a commercial vehicle.