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Jason Kohler's job was to install metal trim on building exteriors. To perform this work, he wore 42-inch high drywall stilts. At one point during his Monday shift, Kohler was walking through a cluttered area of the jobsite on the stilts when he fell, breaking his right wrist and left knee in the fall.

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