Drunk Man Can't Claim He Didn't Know Driver Was Drunk Too

By Christopher Crosby (November 15, 2021, 4:23 PM GMT) -- A British man left with catastrophic brain injuries from a fatal car crash can't increase an insurance company's compensation by claiming he was too drunk to know the driver was too drunk to drive, an appeals court ruled Monday.

A Court of Appeal panel has upheld findings that Lyum Campbell was partially negligent when he allowed himself to be driven by an intoxicated driver, despite his claim he was too drunk to know the driver was over the alcohol limit. (iStock) A Court of Appeal panel unanimously upheld findings that Lyum Campbell was partially negligent when he allowed himself to be...

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