Tag Archives: negligent infliction of emotional distress

Firefighters Dismissed From Malicious Prosecution Suit

The US District Court for the Eastern District of New York has dismissed two firefighters and a fire department from a lawsuit arising out of the arrest of a man who was accused of brandishing a firearm at one of the firefighters. The Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department, Daniel Maloney, and Robert Fineo were dismissed from a suit filed by Carl T. Semencic.

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Niagara County Back In, Fire Company Remains Out Of Cadaver Suit

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of NY has reinstated Niagara County in a lawsuit brought by the family of an accident victim whose body tissue was given by a coroner to a local fire chief for use in training cadaver dogs. At the same time, the court upheld the dismissal of a volunteer fire company from the same suit.

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Florida Retaliation Suit Voluntarily Dismissed

A lawsuit accusing the Town of Palm Beach, an Assistant Fire Chief and the town’s risk manager of malicious prosecution, negligent infliction of emotional distress, civil rights violations, false arrest/imprisonment and retaliation has been voluntarily dismissed.

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