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

Number and Total Combined Lifetime Medical and Work Loss Costs — Figure 4

Number and Total Combined Lifetime Medical and Work Loss Costs of Transportation-Related Deaths* for All Ages by Sex, United States, 2005

Graph showing number and total combined lifetime medical and work loss costs of transportation-related deaths for all ages by sex, United States, 2005. More than 31,300 males and 13,700 females died due to transportation-related injuries, with the largest number of deaths and associated costs among teens and young adults.

In 2005, more than 31,300 males and 13,700 females died due to transportation-related injuries. The medical and work-loss costs associated with these deaths totaled more than $30 billion for males and more than $10 billion for females, with the largest number of deaths and associated costs among teens and young adults.

 
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