This case involves an injury to a man after falling in an office building. The building in question had new carpet installed in the entranceway and on the first three stories. The installation crew told the building’s owner that the carpeting was adequate to be walked on, but explained that they would return for an inspection in two weeks. The plaintiff, after entering the building, tripped on the carpet in the entranceway because of an allegedly large ridge that was left in the rug. As a result of the fall, the plaintiff suffered a broken wrist and two cracked ribs, which caused respiratory issues.