21 December 2011
Paralysed road tester suing former employer
Personal injury compensation is being sought by a technician left paralysed following an accident at work.
According to AM Online, Stephen Harris sustained life-changing injuries during a road traffic accident that took place while he was test driving a Ferrari for Kent High Performance Cars in 2008.
Mr Harris had been asked to try out the Italian supercar company's 348TS model by taking it for a spin on the A274 near Maidstone but lost control of the vehicle while travelling at around 80 mph.
The professional - who is now wheelchair-bound and in need of constant care - subsequently hit another car and then crashed into some trees at the road side and seriously hurt himself.
He is now taking legal action against his employer - which was established in 1983 - on the grounds that his manager Roger Collingwood instructed him to drive the car at speeds of up to 100 mph.
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Posted by Trusha Vyas
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