Jacksonville is an important deepwater port of entry and the state’s main transportation and commercial hub. It is a significant wholesale distribution hub for the southeastern United States, with automobiles among the most important shipments. The city serves as a regional transportation hub, and its international airport (opened in 1968) is one of the busiest in the state. Insurance, health care, and banking are also important components of the Jacksonville economy, as are jobs at the area’s two U.S. naval air stations. Manufacturing includes contact lenses and paper goods, as well as shipbuilding, fishing, and tourism.

Legal Statistics

Average Income: Jacksonville, FL has a median household income of $56,975. Census Tract 130 had the highest median household income in Jacksonville, FL in 2019, with a value of $125,595, followed by Census Tract 139.05 and Census Tract 143.30, which had values of $123,250 and $113,529.

Number of Attorneys: 78,244 people are involved in the legal industry in Florida

Number of Law Firms: 122

Wrongful death Statistics:

Jacksonville, Florida, is one of Florida’s and the United States’ largest and most populated cities. “Wrongful death” is defined as death caused by the negligence of another entity or person. Misconduct can vary from willful recklessness to inadvertent neglect. This act might be carried out by a corporation, such as a pharmaceutical firm, or by a single individual.

Here are the statistics of some Jacksonville wrongful death cases:

The number of Car Accidents: The NHTSA developed this list by comparing the number of fatal accidents that happened on each roadway between 2011 and 2015.

  • I-95 recorded 55.1 fatal accidents per 100 miles, which ranked it third in the country. Jacksonville is the worst city along I-95, with 63 fatal accidents in the same time span.

Fatal Car accidents: The Sheriff’s Office in Jacksonville has documented 128 road fatalities. That figure was 109 at the same period last year. That’s a little more than a 17% gain.

Motorcycle accident vs. Car Accident Statistics:

  • In 2021, 207 individuals died on Jacksonville’s roadways, with 47 of them killed in motorcycle accidents.
  • 205 individuals were killed in automobile crashes and 26 were killed in motorcycle accidents at the peak of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Jacksonville Bicycle accident statistics:

  • With seven bicycle deaths, Jacksonville has the highest cycling fatality rate of any significant city in the United States.
  • Through November 5th, Jacksonville has already had seven bike fatalities in 2018. With such a rate, Jacksonville is set to be its worst year for bikers since 2012.

Food delivery accident and injury statistics in Jacksonville: In 2016, Florida had 309 fatal workplace injuries, making it the most dangerous state in the country ( Florida data).

Child Pedestrian Accident statistics: Nearly 50 pedestrians were killed in Jacksonville in 2021.

Truck accident Injury Statistics: According to the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles 2017 report, truck drivers were involved in nearly 32,000 accidents.

  • There were 27 fatalities, 57 incapacitating injuries, and 1,053 other injuries among those who were injured. Florida data)

Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics: In Florida alone, approximately 93,000 TBIs (511.5 per 100,000) occurred in 2005, resulting in 3,900 deaths, 17,700 hospitalizations, and 71,400 emergency department visits. ( Florida data)

Number of Lawsuits: In the aftermath of the August 2019 mass shooting at The Jacksonville Landing, twenty lawsuits have been filed, bringing the total number of cases to 32.

DUI Statistics: Over the previous three years, Jacksonville, Florida’s most populated city, had the greatest absolute number of DUI deaths – 138.

  • This is 191 percent more than the national average for big cities.

Population Growth: Jacksonville, FL has a population of 912k inhabitants, 94.8 percent of whom are citizens. In 2019, 11.1 percent of Jacksonville, FL inhabitants were born outside the United States (101k people). In Jacksonville, FL, there were 1.62 times more White (non-Hispanic) residents (454k people) than any other race or ethnicity in 2019. The second and third most prevalent ethnic groupings were 280k Black or African American (Non-Hispanic) and 63.7k White (Hispanic).

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