No. 75-646.

80 Wis.2d 503 (1977)

259 N.W.2d 537

LIFER, by Edward Grutzner, his Guardian ad litem, Appellant, v. RAYMOND, and another, Respondents.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided November 14, 1977.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant there was a brief by Grutzner, Byron & Holland, S. C. and oral argument by Edward Grutzner, all of Beloit.

For the respondents there was a brief by Axley, Brynelson, Herrick & Gehl, and oral argument by Griffin G. Dorschel, all of Madison.


How fat is too fat? Who is too fat to be licensed to get behind the wheel and drive an automobile? Plaintiff alleges that the 320-pound driver of the auto in which he was a passenger was so fat that she should not have been granted a probationary license to drive an automobile, even though she passed the road test portion of the examination.

At what point on the scales does an overweight person...

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