Indianapolis is the state capital of Indiana in the United States. It is located towards the center of the state on the White River at its confluence with Fall Creek. The city is situated on a flat plain bordered by low, gradually rising hills. Indianapolis, the state’s largest city, sits at the center of a nine-county metropolitan region. Prior to settlement, the region was home to a Delaware Indian town and its surrounding hunting grounds. Indianapolis was established in 1821 as the state capital, a position it held until 1825.
Average Income: Indianapolis city (balance), IN has a median household income of $49,661. Males in Indiana have an average income that is 1.4 times more than females, who have an average income of $46,041. Indiana’s income inequality (as measured by the Gini index) is 0.454, which is lower than the national average.
Number of Attorneys: 15,826 people are involved in the legal industry. ( Indiana data provided)
A number of Law Firms: 201
Wrongful death Statistics:
A wrongful death happens when an individual is killed as a result of another person’s or entity’s carelessness or negligent, reckless, or deliberate conduct. In other words, if death might have been avoided, it is likely to be termed “wrongful.”
Here are the statistics of some Indianapolis wrongful death cases:
The number of Car Accidents: In 2018, almost 10% of the crashes in Indianapolis (3,165/36,932) were speed-related (3,165/36,932).
Fatal Car accidents: According to the latest recent accident statistics, 8.3 fatal accidents occurred in Indianapolis for per 100,000 people in 2013.
Motorcycle accident vs. Car Accident Statistics:
Indianapolis Bicycle accident statistics: According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization’s collision dashboard, the city had between one and five fatal crashes involving bikes in the preceding six years.
Food delivery accident and injury statistics in Indianapolis: Accident cases dropped by 75% during the lockdown period.(didn’t found so include general accident decline stats)
Child Pedestrian Accident statistics: In 2018, approximately 115 pedestrians and 22 pedal cyclists (bicyclists and other cyclists) were killed in Indiana. Marion County was responsible for more than 20% of pedestrian fatalities and 18% of pedal cyclist fatalities.
Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics: Every year, an estimated 1.6-3.8 million sports and recreation-related concussions occur in the United States. Males are 1.5 times more likely than females to suffer from traumatic brain damage. (No data found common Indiana data provided)
Number of Lawsuits: According to lawsuit statistics in the US, there are about 40 million lawsuits filed every year. No data available for Indiana so Common US data been provided
DUI Statistics: There were the following alcohol-impaired collisions that year:
Population Growth: Indianapolis city (balance), IN has a population of 870k inhabitants, 93.7 percent of whom are citizens. In 2019, 9.59 percent of Indianapolis city (balance), residents was born outside the United States (83.5k people). In Indianapolis city (balance), IN, there were 1.88 times more White (Non-Hispanic) citizens (463k individuals) than any other race or ethnicity in 2019. The second and third most prevalent ethnic groupings were 247k Black or African American (Non-Hispanic) and 63.8k White (Hispanic).