In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for December 12, 2022, Brad and Curt discuss a race discrimination lawsuit filed by a Sacramento firefighter claiming he was harassed by supervisors and colleagues, a claim against the city of Baltimore by the families of three firefighters who were killed in a rowhouse fire last January, an $8 million lawsuit by a Boston firefighter who was placed on unpaid leave due to his failure to comply with the city’s COVID vaccination requirements, a suit by Washington firefighter claiming he was sexually harassed during his fire academy training by an instructor, and a class action lawsuit filed against a New York EMS provider for mishandling protected health information and failing to disclose a data breach as required by the HIPAA.
Sacramento Firefighter Alleges Race Discrimination
Families of Baltimore LODD Fire Announce Suit Against City
Boston Firefighter Seeks $8.3 Million Over COVID Vaccine Suspension
Washington Firefighter Claims He was Sexually Harassed by Instructor
NY Ambulance Company Faces HIPAA-Related Class Action Suit Over Data Breach