This case involves an accident with a golf cart. The plaintiffs worked for an university’s athletic department, and their responsibilities included maintaining the football and baseball teams facilities and assisting when student athletes became injured. Because of this, the plaintiffs had access to a golf cart which was used to transport the injured athletes. On the day in question, the plaintiffs had to stay late to prepare the facilities for the following day’s athletic event. As they prepared to leave, they got in the golf cart to go back to the preparatory facilities, and on the way, they had to make a sharp turn, causing the golf cart to tip. Both plaintiffs were severely injured, and they brought suit against the manufacturer of the golf cart for an unsafe design.