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(Montgomery, Alabama August 18, 2022) — Jose Prado, 23, was tragically killed while working as a lineman at a construction site near the intersection of Vaughn Road and Marler Road in Montgomery, Alabama.

According to Prado’s brother, Omar Prado, “[s]omeone was driving and he[Jose] was opening cones I believe and then a cable caught him and swung him and battered his chest they told me so many times I just can’t comprehend it.”

Jose has been working as a lineman for approximately two months. After the accident, he was transported to UAB where he passed away.

Go-Fund-Me page has been created by Jose Prado’s boss if you would like to help with funeral expenses and medical bills.

Presumably, OSHA is investigating how this workplace incident occurred.

Source: WRBL

Contact A Montgomery, AL Wrongful Death Attorney If You Need Help

Unfortunately, workplace accidents like this happen around the state of Alabama.

Police and OSHA must investigate these crashes thoroughly to determine the cause of the accident.

At Fob James Law Firm, we understand how devastating these accidents can be for loved ones and the victims of these accidents.

If you lose a loved one in a workplace accident, please contact one of our Montgomery, Alabama wrongful death attorneys or call us at 334-739-9000 to set up a free consultation.

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Fob James obtained a B.S., in software engineering from Auburn University and then continued his education by getting his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law. After working for a large regional firm for several years where he obtained awards for both individual and corporate clients, Fob found that his passion was fighting for individuals who have been seriously injured or wronged by others. Fob believes that the jury is the great equalizer to the power and influence that large corporations have in society.