This case takes place in Wisconsin and involves death from carbon monoxide emissions from a forklift. The decedent was working on a gas powered forklift in a warehouse. He was working in what was described as a confined workspace, with no external ventilation but fans recirculating the air inside the warehouse. The decedent was working in the warehouse and was eventually discovered lifeless with an unconscious co-worker next to him. The repair company performed oil changes and other work shortly before the accident. The plaintiff alleges that the forklift repair company had a duty to replace an old carburetor that was causing a large amount of CO to be emitted in a confined space. A carboxyhemoglobin level was obtained with a value of 60%. An expert in carbon monoxide was sought to opine on the issue.