The Legal Problems of Everyday Life - The Nature, Extent and Consequences of Justiciable Problems Experienced by Canadians

Figure 15: The Health and Social Impacts of Justiciable Problems

Figure 15 is a three dimensional bar graph that illustrates the proportion of people who reported having a health or social problem that they attributed directly to a justiciable problem according to what kind of problem they reported. The x-axis displays four different health or social problems: Emotional health, physical health, safety or security, alcohol or drugs, violence and problems with children. The y-axis represents the proportion that the justiciable problems were reported to result in each health or social problem. It ranges from 0 to 40. Emotional health is the most prominent bar (36.6%), followed by followed by physical health (23.5%), security and safety (12.9%), alcohol or drugs (6.4%), violence (5.7%) and problems with children (5.3%).