This case involves a woman who was employed and certified as an authorized tower climber by a nationally recognized safety authority in Rhode Island. On the date of the incident in question, the woman was working as a cell tower climber, which partially served as a WLAN wireless access point, and was working to install equipment near the top of a cell phone tower in Oregon. As the woman was performing her work, a large piece of radio equipment suddenly came loose from the tower, causing her to fall and suffer serious injuries. The equipment in question was positioned in such a way that it was necessary for the workers to climb on it in order to complete the task. It is alleged that the equipment was not properly fixed to the tower or improperly installed.