No. 37283-1-I.

933 P.2d 1060 (1997)

85 Wash.App. 455

Julius ROGERS, Appellant, v. Daniel IRVING, Respondent.

Court of Appeals of Washington, Division 1.

March 24, 1997.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Roblin John Williamson and Marie Aglion, Seattle, for Appellant.

Larry Bruce Alexander, Joanne Barber, Seattle, for Respondent.

BECKER, Judge.

Daniel Irving employed Righteous Roofers to put a roof on the house he was building for himself. Julius Rogers, an employee of Righteous Roofers, slipped and fell from the roof and broke his leg. Rogers sued Irving for failure to provide a fall arrest system. Upon Irving's motion for summary judgment dismissal, the trial court dismissed Rogers' claims. We affirm because Irving is not an employer under the Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act...

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