McKinney is a suburb of Dallas in Collin County, as is Plano. Mckinney is approximately 32 miles from Dallas and another 16 miles on interstate 75 Northeast of Plano.
With a population of nearly 200,000 people, Mckinney is certainly not as fast a growing city as Plano, but that’s how local residents like it.
Mckinney advertises itself as “Unique by Nature,” with a historic downtown, lots of cultural diversity, charming neighborhoods, and rolling hills.
With 4 major parks, and lots of trails, and a huge Towne Lake park district, Mckinney certainly has a lot to offer families, and more than 45 percent of the residents of McKinney are family members with at least one child under age 18.
The price of homes in McKinney is high, with the average home selling for $442,000, but the local household income is also high, averaging close to $94,000 per year.
Unlike many suburban areas of Dallas, residents of McKinney may not necessarily be urban commuters. McKinney is close to many major employers such as Southwest Airlines, Lockheed, Martin, Texas Instruments, and the University of Texas being only a few miles away.
There are thus many reasons why residents of McKinney feel they have found a real home.
The City of McKinney is the county seat of Collin County, Texas, and the largest city in Collin County after Plano. Located about 32 miles north of Dallas, McKinney was ranked #1 by Money Magazine in 2014 as the “Best Place to Live” in the US.
McKinney is consistently listed as one of the fastest growing cities in the US. In 2017, McKinney was named the third-fastest-growing city in the United States. And, with a population of over 131,000, it is ranked 19th as Texas’ most populous cities.
McKinney 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 McKinney and its surrounding areas. If you are the victim of a wrongful death or personal injury in McKinney 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.
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.