The mother of a man who reportedly died of injuries sustained while working at a fire station construction site last year has filed suit against the victim’s employer. The suit alleges that the JC Stonewall Constructors did nothing to prevent the man from falling off metal cross beams at a job site. The plaintiff contends that the company failed to provide proper equipment to protect its employees. The defendant claims that it not only provided safety training to its employees, but also supervised all work sites. The defendant contends the employee lost his balance causing him to fall. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for funeral costs, loss of income, and physical and mental pain and suffering.
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