Plano, Texas is a city due North of Dallas, with a population of around close to a million people overall. According to the Census Bureau, in 2007, Plano was named as the most affluent city in the US with a median household average of $84,000. Mind you, this was back in 2007, and in 2021, the median household income nationwide was a tad under $80,000 With many professional, scientific, and technical services, as well as finance, insurance, and information technology, Plano has a widely varied employment base to rely on, and with many spouses also working, the median average income per household is over $105,000. As you might expect, the average price of a home in Plano is $445,0000, up a staggering 25 percent since just 2020. In 2013, Plano was named as the top US city over 100,000, and that alone should explain why Plano is a great place to live and work. Plano was founded around 1840 when a local railroad spur made Plano the heart of the farming community. There was a major fire that occurred in downtown Plano in 1896, that caused most of the city to be rebuilt, but much of the downtown community remains unchanged since after the build. Since 1994, Robert C. Slim, Attorney at Law, has successfully represented victims of wrongful death and serious personal injuries in the City of Plano and its surrounding areas. If you are the victim of a wrongful death or personal injury in Plano 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.