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Cost Estimates of Motor Vehicle-Related Injuries and Deaths: Figures

Total Combined Lifetime Medical and Work Loss Costs — Figure 1

Total Combined Lifetime Medical and Work Loss Costs of Transportation-Related Nonfatal* Injuries for All Ages by Person Type and Sex, United States, 2005

Bar chart: total combined lifetime medical and work loss costs of transportation-related nonfatal injuries for all ages by person type and sex, United States, 2005. The majority of costs were from motor vehicle occupant injuries, followed by motorcyclist, pedal cyclist and pedestrian.

Among both males and females, the majority of transportation-related nonfatal injury costs were from motor vehicle occupant injuries. The total costs of nonfatal motorcyclist injuries for all males were more than ten times higher than those of females, and the total costs of nonfatal pedal cyclist injuries for all males were more than four times higher than those of females.

 
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