Hello again Pgc,
Thank you for accepting my findings as the official answer to your question.
How many properties went into foreclosure last year?
850,000 properties succumbed to foreclosure in 2005
?Nearly 850,000 homeowners faced foreclosure last year and the number
is expected to be even higher this year. Foreclosures nationwide were
up 72 percent in the first quarter from the same period in 2005,
according to RealtyTrac, which publishes the largest national database
of foreclosure properties. In the second quarter, the number of
foreclosures fell slightly but remained 25 percent above the same
period in 2005. By last week, nearly 570,000 properties were in some
stage of foreclosure; at that rate, nearly 1 million properties will
have entered foreclosure this year.?
NewsWeek: Aug. 8, 2006
"Nearly 850,000 properties succumbed to foreclosure in 2005, according
to the RealtyTrac? 2005 U. S. Foreclosure Market Report."
How many personal bankruptcy cases get filed each year?
According to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, 1,748,421
personal bankruptcies cases were filed in 2005.
?Non-business or personal bankruptcies rose 10 percent in FY 2005, to
total 1,748,421, up from 1,584,170 in FY 2004. This is the largest
number of non-business bankruptcy filings ever reported for a 12-month
U.S. Courts: December 1 , 2005
How many clients does the average attorney see per year?
?Private attorneys who work on the defense side for employers and
insurers have caseloads of between 40 and 60. Our NAIW Carson City
office averages 88 per attorney. In Las Vegas, it is more like 125-130
cases per attorney.?
I hope this is helpful!
I'll take a look at your other question and if I locate relevant data
I will post a clarification there.