In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for September 19, 2022, Brad and Curt discuss the case of a volunteer firefighter in Virginia charged with burning his own vehicle; a Kentucky fire chief charged with stealing from his department; a lawsuit filed by the former fire chief in Sacramento seeking $10 million for wrongful termination; a lawsuit by per diem firefighters in Rhode Island seeking compensation for the hours they volunteered; and a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by a Philadelphia firefighter who claims he was harassed and retaliated against after he suffered a heart attack.
Virginia Volunteer Firefighter Charged with Arson
Kentucky Chief Indicted for Stealing from VFD
Former Sacramento Fire Chief Seeks $10 Million for Wrongful Termination
RI Per Diem Firefighters Want Compensation for Volunteer Hours
Philadelphia Firefighter Claims His Officer Harassed Him After He Suffered a Heart Attack