Why blind people face less accidents then normal people

why blind people occur less accidents then normal people
Asked Feb 12, 2013
I can find no data comparing accidents between blind and sighted people but I don't doubt that your statement is true. So many of the things that produce accidents, blind people are unable to do. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by far the highest accident rates are in occupations like operating motor vehicles, construction and logging for example. The answer is that the nature of blindness limits their exposure to occupations bearing a high risk of accidents.
Answered Feb 12, 2013

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