This case involves a thirty-seven-year-old male who was injured at a large retail store after falling from a ladder and being crushed by a television. The plaintiff visited the large retail store in search of a new television to place in his family room. After browsing the selection of televisions the store had to offer, the plaintiff decided he wanted to buy a large, sixty-five inch, flat screen TV. The sixty-five inch TVs were kept high on a shelf, fourteen feet in the air. With no store employee in sight, the plaintiff decided he would get the television himself instead of asking a worker to get it for him. Located down the aisle was a tall rolling ladder, which was used by store employees to reach products that were placed on higher shelves. Unbeknownst to the plaintiff, these ladders were meant to be used only by store employees. There was no labeling on the ladder or on the shelves that stated they were only to be used by employees. While climbing up the ladder and attempting to grab for the TV, the plaintiff lost his balance and fell thirteen feet. While falling, the man reached out in an attempt to grab something to secure himself. He grabbed a hold of a large sixty-five inch television, which came toppling to the floor with him. As a result of his fall, the man sustained multiple cracked vertebrae from landing on the concrete floor, and fractured ribs after the television landed on top of him.