4/28/2011Did you know that what you do for a living can affect your driving? A 2009 study by Quality Planning Corporation and Insure.com found drivers in certain occupations are more likely to be involved in Georgia car accidents. Here are the top ten high accident risk professions:
1. Doctors (average of 109 accidents and 44 speeding tickets per 1,000 doctors)
2. Lawyers (average of 106 accidents and 37 speeding tickets per 1,000 lawyers)
3. Architects (average of 105 accidents and 72 speeding tickets per 1,000 architects)
4. Real estate brokers (average of 102 accidents and 39 speeding tickets per 1,000 real estate brokers)
5. Enlisted military personnel (average of 99 accidents and 78 speeding tickets per 1,000 enlisted military personnel)
6. Social workers (average of 98 accidents and 33 speeding tickets per 1,000 enlisted social workers)
7. Manual laborer (average of 96 accidents and 77 speeding tickets per 1,000 manual laborers)
8. Analysts (average of 95 accidents and 40 speeding tickets per 1,000 analysts)
9. Engineers (average of 94 accidents and 51 speeding tickets per 1,000 engineers)
10. Consultants (average of 94 accidents and 50 speeding tickets per 1,000 consultants)
Perhaps, people in these occupations tend to get in more accidents because they are more likely to be stressed and in a hurry. If you are in one of these occupations, try taking a deep breath before your commute.
If you are in an accident, our Atlanta accident attorneys can help. Contact the Law Offices of Shane Smith to learn more.
Category: Auto Accidents
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