This case involves an injury to a worker on a land rig. The plaintiff was working on a land rig, and he was repairing a 23-foot pipe. While the operator was handling the machine, he went to raise the pipe, and it was raised in an alleged negligent manner. This caused the pipe to swing and hit the plaintiff in the head and shoulder. He sustained a fractured skull, a dislocated right shoulder, and brain swelling. The operator had only been there for two weeks and had no previous experience with that type of machinery. The plaintiff alleged that the employer did not train the operators properly and did not take appropriate safety precautions to prevent this type of incident from occurring.