Media sources who reported on Hollywood star Kevin Hart’s car crash state that there were two other people in the car with him. It was reported that while Kevin Hart was not the driver he may still be held responsible for the serious neck and back injuries sustained by the person who was driving and the back seat passenger who both have retained attorneys.
The car owned by Kevin Hart was his highly modified 1970 Plymouth Barracuda. The car lacked safety harnesses or passenger airbags. Lacking these basic safety items could constitute gross negligence and that could place the owner, the driver and the builder as responsible parties.
After the California Highway Patrol investigation the driver could also be responsible as well as the company who customized the car for Hart according to his specifications. The company would be viewed as an expert and even if Hart wanted a car without safety harnesses that company should have refused the job because it was unsafe as built. Hart had a 720 horsepower engine installed and the company had a duty to know it would be unsafe as built. The California Highway Patrol may lobby the State Legislature to prohibit custom car companies from rebuilding cars without the harness feature whether the customer wants it or not!
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