What if I was driving and had been drinking?

If you were the driver and suffered injuries in the accident your entitlement to receive income/LOE benefits in the first 18 months will be reduced by 1/3 if your blood alcohol level was more than .05% but less that .12%. There will be a 2/3 reduction if the reading was .12% or more but less than .24%. No benefit is payable if the blood alcohol reading was .24% or more.

If the alcohol played no role in causing the accident, then these reductions do not apply. The reductions only apply to drinking drivers. They do not apply to passengers or pedestrians.