I work on the ramp loading aircraft. Last week I was topside on a MD-11 pushing, positioning and securing air containers for transit to Louisville when another employee began to push a container behind me without receiving the go ahead-all clear. We were all working a little faster than normal since this was our second plane after the first one (Airbus 300) went red, meaning it was taken out of service. The two-ton container (also called an AMJ) ended up smashing my left foot. I am experiencing some soreness, and severe swelling which has gone down a lot after keeping the foot elevated, on ice and taking Advil. I have still reported to work everyday since the injury and can only walk on the front of my foot. This is my first on the job injury so my question is, will UPS pay for the treatment my foot needs such as an x-ray and maybe have the remaining fluid drained from my foot to reduce the swelling or will they tell the doctor to take every shortcut possible to save money? I’m not looking for time off and a free paycheck, I’m old fashioned and prefer to earn my keep. Thanks in advance for the input.