In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for January 9, 2023, Brad and Curt discuss a ruling out of Montgomery, Alabama upholding the resignation of a chief officer who claims be was constructively discharged; a claim my a Mobile firefighter that she was terminated because of a tattoo; the $3.25 million settlement of a firehouse sexual abuse case arising out of events that occurred in the 1970s; the denial of city-funded legal representation for a Colorado firefighter charged with careless driving death resulting; and a lawsuit against FDNY about forcibly taking emotionally disturbed patients to a hospital.
Alabama Chief Loses Constructive Discharge Case
Alabama Firefighter Terminated For Tattoo and Grooming Violations
City Settles Firehouse Child Sexual Abuse Suit for $3.25 Million
City Refuses Legal Defense for Firefighter Facing Criminal Charges for Apparatus Accident
Suit Claims Forcing Emotionally Disturbed Person to go to Hospital is a Civil Rights Violation