Texas is a state in the United States of America. In 1845, it was admitted as the 28th state to the Union. Except for Alaska, Texas occupies the country’s south-central region and is the largest state in terms of land area. Texas’ vastness and diversity can be seen in almost every aspect of its physical features, economy, history, and cultural life. For more than a century, Texas was a part of the Spanish Empire. When Texas surrendered its independence to become a state, it was portrayed as a wild and lawless frontier.
Average Income: In Texas, the median household income is $64,034. Rockwall County, TX had the highest Median Household Income in Texas in 2019, with a value of $103,378, followed by Fort Bend County, TX, and Collin County, TX, with values of $101,293 and $96,134, respectively. Males in Texas have an average income that is 1.37 times higher than females, who have an average income of $50,216. Texas’s income disparities
Wrongful death Statistics:
In Texas, a “wrongful death” occurs when one of the following events occurs When an injury kills a person or prevents a fetus from being born alive, the injury is the result of another person’s or entity’s “wrongful act, neglect, carelessness, un-skillfulness, or default,” and the injured person would have been entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit had he or she lived or been born alive.
Here are the statistics of some Texas wrongful death cases:
The number of Car Accidents: There were 277,971 car accidents in Texas City in 2018. In 2019, there were 206,754 collisions in Texas City.
Fatal Car accidents: The number of motor vehicle traffic fatalities in Texas has decreased. The 2019 death toll of 3,623 was a.09 percent decrease from the 3,656 deaths recorded in 2018.
Motorcycle accident vs. Car Accident Statistics:
Texas Bicycle accident statistics:
Food delivery accident and injury statistics in Texas: In 2019, the number of work-related fatalities in Texas increased by 25%. A report on fatal occupational injuries in 2019 released by the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) shows there were 608 workplace fatalities in private and public/governmental sectors in 2019, up from 488 in 2018.
Child Pedestrian Accident statistics: In 2019, there were over 1,050 child traffic fatalities reported, with 146 of them occurring in Texas. In 2019, car and truck accidents killed 1,053 children under the age of 14, a slight increase from the previous year.
Truck accident Injury Statistics: There were 556 fatal truck accidents in Texas in 2017. The number of fatalities caused by large trucks per million people This graph depicts the accident rate based on the population of each state. According to these figures, Mississippi ranks first, with 31.17 fatal truck accidents per million people.
Traumatic Brain Injury Statistics: Texas is a part of this national epidemic, with an estimated 144,000 people suffering a TBI each year (one every four minutes). Over 479,000 Texans are disabled as a result of TBI.
Number of Lawsuits: In 2010, more than 535,000 misdemeanor cases were filed, while the end of the decade saw just less than 393,000 filed in 2019. In the past decade, injury or damage cases involving a motor vehicle have increased 79% from a low of just over 34,000 in 2010 to 55,000 in 2019.
DUI Statistics: 2018 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Fatality Data:
Population Growth: Texas is home to a population of 29M people, from which 89.7 percent are citizens. In 2019, there were 1.28 times more White residents (11.9M people) in Texas than any other race or ethnicity. There were 9.34M White and 3.44M Black or African American residents, the second and third most common ethnic groups.