Management company U.S. Facilities was responsible for maintaining the elevators that crashed in an incident at the Criminal Justice Center last year, but a recently-filed whistleblower case claims it ignored warnings about their safety.

According to the attorney representing a man partially paralyzed in last year’s crash, the whistleblower suit now puts his clients’ punitive damages claim front and center in the litigation.

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