Tag Archives: Phoenix Fire Department

Arson, Insurance, and Ethics Questioned in Phoenix

A story posted yesterday on AZCentral.com raises some troubling ethical questions about the involvement of insurance company investigators in fire investigations conducted by public fire officials. Historically, insurance companies have routinely cooperated with public fire investigations, offering expertise and resources ...

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Phoenix OSHA Citation and Milwaukee Scapegoat

There were several fire law cases this week that I missed covering that are really worth noting. Here are two of them: The first is a $95,000 citation by the Industrial Commission of Arizona against the Phoenix Fire Department arising ...

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Phoenix Firefighters Allege Fraud By Comp Provider

Eight Phoenix firefighters have filed suit against the city’s workers compensation claims adjusting firm alleging fraud, conspiracy and racketeering (RICO) violations. The 31 page complaint was filed in US District Court by Laurie Miller, Brian Dimas, Kim Mills, Anthony Soza, ...

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Phoenix Fire Sued for $1 Million By Inmate

A prisoner with a history of filing suits from jail has set his new sights on the Phoenix Fire Department. Samuel Louis Fuller, who resides at the Fourth Avenue Jail in Phoenix, filed a rather unique federal lawsuit against the ...

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Phoenix Deputy Chief Claims Harassment and Retaliation

A deputy chief from Phoenix, Arizona has filed a rather unusual sexual harassment suit against the department: he claims that he was harassed by members and retaliated against by the department because he reprimanded officers who allowed sexually inappropriate drawings ...

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