Technician sues Ferrari shop after being paralyzed in high-speed accident
According to the Telegraph, Harris was paralyzed by the accident and requires around-the-clock care. Now, he's suing Collingwood for damages. It was part of Harris' job to take cars for test drives before returning them to customers, but in this case, he says that his employers were negligent and that testing high-performance cars on public roads is "unsafe."
Collingwood has denied any wrongdoing, saying that all employees are instructed to never break the speed limit. The case goes to court next year.
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