Around 16 miles North, Northwest of Dallas is the city of Irving, TX, with a population of around 200,000 people.

Irving is another big family suburb, with nearly 33 percent of the residents having at least one child under the age of 18.

The median household income of Irving is less than its upscale neighbors, being around $65,000 per year.

As a result, the median house in Irving is much more affordable, being around $288,000 per year.

Homes go up in value less than in other Dallas Suburbs, fewer people own their own homes, fewer residents are college graduates, and the city has somewhat of a crowded feel.

A community with more of an urban feel, many residents love the feel of Irving.

Irving residents, for the most part, seem content to make Irving work just fine with smaller houses and fewer expectations for economic gain, but instead, they love to live, eat, play, and commune together.

An emphasis on family is what makes Irving work, and to help along the way, the city provides over 80 parks and numerous recreation facilities to keep things humming.

Irving was formed in 1903, pulling together a number of small settlements that began to inhabit the area from 1850 onward.

Irving Personal Injury Attorney, Robert C. Slim, will fight for you

Since 1994, Robert C. Slim, Attorney at Law, has successfully represented victims of wrongful death and serious personal injuries in the City of Irving and its surrounding areas. If you are the victim of a wrongful death or personal injury in Irving and other surrounding areas caused by the carelessness or negligence of another, the law gives you certain rights.

Do not delay in taking action. Once you retain the right attorney for your case, you can rest assured that your interests are being protected.  Then, you can concentrate on getting the medical treatment you need in order to make a full recovery from your injuries.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

FREE CONSULTATION

Robert C. Slim, Attorney at Law, offers every new case call a free consultation for your wrongful death and personal injury case. This means that you will speak directly with the principal lawyer, and not a paralegal, secretary, or staff investigator. Therefore, you will be sure that you are getting reliable legal advice about your case, and not a scripted response.