A British production company who worked on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens set has officially been sued for $2 million dollars for Harrison Ford’s accident. The Disney owned and operated company, Foodles Production, has previously pled guilty to two counts of breaking health and safety rules.

While the actor was rehearsing a scene at London’s Pinewood Production studio, Ford was crushed by a hydraulic door to the Millennium Falcon set. The door left Ford with a broken left leg that needed surgery to fix the fractured tibia and fibula bones in his leg. Ford also reportedly had to undergo plastic surgery to cover up a deep laceration or scar on his left hand.

Prosecutor Andrew Marshall stated that Ford believed the set wasn’t live because he had passed by that particular door in the Millennium Falcon without any harm previous to his accident.

Judge Francis Sheridan, who passed the sentence at Aylesbury Crown Court in the United Kingdom, commented that the company’s lack of communication caused harm to the actor and possibly toward others on the set. The judge also stated that the most serious offense was the company’s lack of communicating the possible set risks to their actors and their other set workers while they were filming.

Judge Sheridan also stated that he really believes if Mr. Ford was included in all the production company’s discussions, he might have been alert to the possible dangers on the film’s set and possibly avoided injury altogether.

Legal action was taken by the U.K.’s governmental Health and Safety Executive. The divisional HSE director Tim Galloway stated that Mr. Ford’s incident was foreseeable and preventable. Galloway continued to comment how the production studio’s carelessness could have resulted in a more serious injury or possibly death for any set member.

The Health and Safety executive director also stated that the power and speed of the hydraulic door could have resulted in death if someone was stuck in the head by this dangerous object.