This case involves an injury to an installer who was working in a commercial building. The plaintiff worked on all of the duct work for an HVAC unit. He had been told by the supervising electrician of the commercial building (who was employed by the building’s management company) that the electricity had been turned off for the area he was working in. As he prepared to enter a duct to examine areas that needed repairs, he brushed up against a conduit. Subsequently, electricity entered his leg, ran across his back, and exited out of his arms. The plaintiff fell from his twelve-foot ladder and sustained a broken leg, a fractured spine, and a concussion.