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

Total Combined Lifetime Medical and Work Loss Costs — Figures 2-3

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

 

Pie chart showing total combined lifetime medical and work loss costs of transportation-related nonfatal injuries for all males, all ages, by person type, United States 2005. Motor vehicle occupant costs = $20,712,996,000; motorcyclist - $6,383,284,000; pedal cyclist = $4,325,014,000; pedestrian = $2,730,366,000.

 

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

 

Pie chart showing total combined lifetime medical and work loss costs of transportation-related nonfatal injuries for females, all ages, by person type, United States 2005. Motor vehicle occupant costs = $12,655,487,000; motorcyclist = $608,412,000; pedal cyclist = $988,675,000; pedestrian = $1,118,255,000.

Among females, 82% of the total costs of nonfatal transportation-related injuries were from motor vehicle occupant injuries, compared to only 61% of the total costs for males. Costs associated with nonfatal motorcyclist and pedal cyclist injuries comprised larger proportions of the total cost of nonfatal transportation-related injuries among males, compared to females.

 
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