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"I was painting above an interior glass elevator at an office building. My coworker put signs at each elevator stop warning people not to use the elevator. While I was painting the beams over the elevator, an employee of the client threw away the sign at the top floor. Another employee then called the elevator to the top floor and it crushed me against the ceiling. I am permanently disabled from crush injuries and have PTSD. What are my rights?"

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