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Subject:  Re: Four Phases of Retirement Date:  8/22/2019  6:07 AM
Author:  MissEdithKeeler Number:  94963 of 95756


Legal limits only apply to drivers. Not pedestrians - or passengers


Yabbut... over 30% of pedestrians killed in car accidents have alcohol in their systems. A couple of years ago there was a campaign designed to raise awareness of the dangers of.... being a drunk pedestrian.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.medicaldaily.com/drunk-walk...

I know for a fact that pedestrians can be charged with “PUI” (pedestrian under the influence) in Georgia, and probably some other states as well. (I’m an auto claims adjuster).

And I have seen several situations where pedestrians with alcohol in their systems were deemed to be comparatively negligent and thus barred from recovery (in jurisdictions where that’s allowed).
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