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Handyman’s complete recovery after fall
Our family had just moved, and I was anxious to get started on my handyman business. Members of my branch church had encouraged me, and I was off and running with several of them as clients.
A few months into my work, I was at a client’s home on a cold winter day shortly after Christmas, ready to install a new weather station on the roof while they were away. Snow had been predicted, but when I started, it was only partly cloudy. The roof was steeply pitched, except for the portion over the garage, which was flat.
As I moved down from the peak of the roof, the drop from where I was to the flat section looked to me to be about three feet (it was actually closer to nine). I stepped off with a tool bag in one hand and leftover parts in the other and fell hard onto the garage roof.
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