Faulty elevator causes injury to SF tenant in wheelchair

Wheelchair bound tenant was injured by a faulty elevator in her building when the elevator doors opened a few inches below the first-floor flooring. As Plaintiff attempted to exit the elevator, her entire wheelchair flipped. The tenant sustained soft tissue injuries. The elevator was then repaired for three weeks in which the tenant was unable to leave her home.

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