Dallas

Dallas is located along the Trinity River, near the confluence of the river’s three forks, in an area of grasslands, tree-lined streams and rivers, and mild hills. It has pleasant winters with brief cold periods, but scorching summers with moderate to high humidity. In 1841, John Neely Bryan, a Tennessee lawyer, and businessman erected the first cabin (now rebuilt) on the riverbank. Other immigrants arrived in the area, and a townsite was established in 1844. Today, Dallas is a cosmopolitan metropolis recognized for its dense concentration of restaurants and retail malls.

Legal Statistics

Legal Statistics:

Average Income: Dallas, TX has a median household income of $55,332. Census Tract 76.04 had the highest median household income in Dallas, TX in 2019, with a value of $250,001, followed by Census Tract 133 and Census Tract 135, all with values of $250,001.

Number of Attorneys: 14000+ people are involved in the legal industry.

A number of Law Firms: 571

Wrongful death Statistics:

If your family member died as a result of someone else’s or an entity’s improper conduct in Dallas, you may be entitled to compensation from the culpable parties. Texas wrongful death law permits some surviving family members to seek compensation to assist ease the financial burden created by a wrongful death.

Here are the statistics of some Dallas wrongful death cases:

The number of Car Accidents: In 2018, there were 31,950 total collisions in Dallas, which included:

  • There were 867 suspected severe injury collisions, resulting in 1,038 suspected serious injuries.
  • There were 3,359 non-incapacitating injury collisions, resulting in 4,575 non-incapacitating injuries.
  • There are 7,149 potential injury accidents, with a total of 12,103 potential injuries.

Fatal Car accidents: Every year, dozens of people are killed in car accidents in Dallas City.

  • There were 194 fatal collisions, resulting in 202 deaths.
  • 2,006 collisions of unknown severity resulted in 9,432 unknown injuries.

Motorcycle accident vs. Car Accident Statistics:

  • In Dallas, TX, there were 31,950 motor vehicle accidents in 2018.
  • There were 194 fatalities among these incidents, and 867 people were seriously injured.

Dallas Bicycle accident statistics:

  • While Dallas is seen as a safe riding city by many, according to 2010-2016 statistics, Dallas County ranked third in overall fatalities (21) and fourth in the number of accidents (1439).

Food delivery accident and injury statistics in Dallas: In 2019, the number of work-related fatalities in Texas increased by 25%. There were 608 workplace fatalities in private and public/governmental sectors in 2019, up from 488 in 2018. ( Texas data)

Child Pedestrian Accident statistics: In 2019, 6,205 of the 6,205 pedestrians killed in automobile accidents were men. About 6,374 pedestrian fatalities in 2018.

Truck accident Injury Statistics:

  • 35 people were killed in truck and other commercial vehicle accidents.
  • There were 38 fatalities in the truck and other commercial vehicle accidents.
  • There were 707 major injury accidents involving trucks and other commercial vehicles.
  • There were 942 severe injuries in the truck and other commercial vehicle incidents.

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. (Texas data)

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. ( Texas data)

DUI Statistics: Dallas also had the following totals for alcohol-related crashes:

  • 51 fatal collisions resulted in 57 fatalities.
  • There were 111 suspected severe injury collisions, resulting in 151 suspected serious injuries.
  • There were 196 non-incapacitating injury collisions, resulting in 291 non-incapacitating injuries.
  • There were 270 probable injury collisions, resulting in 559 possible injuries.
  • There were 575 unknown severity collisions, resulting in 1,652 unknown injuries.

Population Growth: Dallas, TX has a population of 1.34 million people, of which 80.3 percent are citizens. In 2019, White (Hispanic) citizens (445k individuals) outnumbered all other races and ethnicities in Dallas, TX. There were 391k White (Non-Hispanic) and 326k Black or African American (Non-Hispanic) residents, the second and third most common ethnic groups.

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