In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for September 12, 2022, Brad and Curt discuss a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the mother of a firefighter who died trying to rescue trapped occupants at a fire in a NY assisted living facility; a discrimination suit by a lieutenant who claims he was forced to remove his name from the captain’s list because of his veteran’s status and disability; a lawsuit claiming an on-duty Alabama firefighter pulled a gun on a property owner; a ruling in a race and gender discrimination suit granting summary judgment to the Denver Fire Department; and a West Virginia court ruling that found City of Parkersburg violated the state’s Wage Payment Collection Act in the way it calculated the pay of firefighters.
Wrongful Death Suit Filed in NY LODD
Oregon Lieutenant Sues Claiming He Was Forced To Withdraw From Promotional Process
Altercation Between Alabama Firefighter and Property Owner Prompts Civil Rights Suit
Denver Fire Prevails in Discrimination Suit
Judge Rules WV City Miscalculated Firefighters’ Compensation