Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a city in southern California, United States. It is the county headquarters of Los Angeles County. It is the second-most populous city and metropolitan region in the United States (after New York City). The metropolis sprawls across a huge coastal plain between mountains and the Pacific Ocean; the county of Los Angeles is significantly larger. Because the city and county are physically, culturally, and economically intertwined, any discussion of Los Angeles must include both institutions.

Legal Statistics

Average Income: Los Angeles, CA has a median household income of $67,418. $67,418. Males in California have an average income that is 1.26 times more than females, who have an average income of $64,688. California has 0.497 percent income inequality, which is greater than the national average.

Number of Attorneys: 25,000+ people are involved in the legal industry.

Wrongful death Statistics:

In Los Angeles, wrongful death occurs virtually every day. Negligent drivers, hazardous workplaces, bad goods, and irresponsible property owners can all lead to avoidable fatalities. Wrongful death is a form of tort action in which surviving family members seek financial restitution for the loss of a loved one. If a tort, or misconduct, is to blame for the harm that eventually proves fatal to a victim, the person responsible for the tort must pay damages.

Here are the statistics of some Los Angeles wrongful death cases:

The number of Car Accidents: Los Angeles Averages 1 Traffic Death Every 30 Hours in First Half of 2021.

Fatal Car accidents: Total traffic deaths in Los Angeles increased significantly the year after Vision Zero was implemented, from 186 in 2015 to 261 in 2016. Since then, the total number of road deaths has increased.

Motorcycle Accidents vs. Car Accident Statistics: Los Angeles has a reputation for being one of the most dangerous states for motorcycle riders.

  • In California, around 435 drivers and passengers on motorcycles or scooters were wounded or died per year.
  • Every year, ten times that number of people are wounded while riding motorbikes, mopeds, or motorized scooters.
  • Motorcycle riders have a greater statistical likelihood of being badly wounded or killed in a traffic incident as a proportion of all motor vehicle operators in California.

Los Angeles Bicycle accident statistics:

  • In 2020 bicycle crashes, the city of Los Angeles regrettably lost ten lives, with 1,369 bicycle injuries reported.
  • With 2,145 casualties, 2015 was the city’s greatest single year of bicycle accidents with injuries during the previous few years.
  • During the same time period, 2018 was the worst year for victims of bicycle accidents. Tragically, 22 persons were killed.

Food delivery accident and injury statistics in Los Angeles:

  • Work-related fatalities in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana area reached 102 in 2013.
  • The number of work-related fatalities in the Los Angeles area grew by 7 during the year. The number of fatal occupational injuries in the area has fluctuated from 149 in 2006 to 84 in 2010.

Child Pedestrian Accident statistics: From 2012 to 2016, about 14,230 pedestrians were hurt in crashes on Los Angeles City roadways, with 439 pedestrians dying. According to data from the Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System, the number of pedestrian deaths in the City of Los Angeles has increased dramatically since 2015.

Truck accident Injury Statistics:

  • There were 236 traffic fatalities and 54,000 collisions in 2019. In addition, fatal collisions in Los Angeles have increased by 32% in the previous five years. In 2019, 4,119 persons were killed in truck-related incidents.

Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics: Between 2005 and 2014, the researchers identified 1.2 million adult individuals who had been diagnosed with TBI. According to the data:

  • TBI emergency department visits climbed by 57.7 percent.
  • Within the first year, 40.5 percent of patients returned to the emergency department.

Number of Lawsuits: In the fiscal year 2016–2017, California’s court system served a population of more than 39 million people—roughly 12% of the overall U.S. population—and handled around 5.8 million cases.

DUI Statistics: According to an Insurify report, the rate of drunk driving in Los Angeles is 8% higher than the national average. In Los Angeles, 1.71 percent of drivers had a past DUI. One-seventeenth of adults in Los Angeles County reported drinking excessively.

Population Growth: Los Angeles, California has a population of 3.98 million people, of which 81.3 percent are citizens. In 2019, there were 1.23 times as many White (citizens (1.14 million people) in Los Angeles, CA than any other race or ethnicity. The second and third most prevalent ethnic groupings were 930k White and 886k Other.

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