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Texas is the second biggest state in the Union, both in geographical size (268,581 square miles) and in population (more than 28 million at last estimation). To that end, there are more than 960 municipalities in the Lone Star State -- and a full 116 of them have populations of at least 25,000. The largest city in the state, with a population of 2.3 million people and counting, is Houston. When combined with nearby Fort Worth, this region of the state has well over 3 million inhabitants.
Yet whether you live in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, you live in another major city like Austin or Houston, or you live in a smaller municipality like Abeline, Grapevine, or Midlothian, there's always the chance that you might be involved in a car accident. Car accidents that occur within city limits are usually handled by one of that city's police departments, even if those involved in the accident live elsewhere. Any legal actions stemming from an accident are likewise handled by the court with jurisdiction over that city region.
Thanks to its size and population, Texas experiences more than half a million accidents a year. Sadly, about 3,000 of these yearly accidents are fatal ones. Coping in the wake of an accident where you've been injured or where you've lost a loved one can be a challenge. That's why Myaccident.org is here for you, to help car accident victims like you. Use us to find information about your accident by city, making it easy to find your police report from one of the more than 962 cities in the Lone Star State.