In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for March 26, 2023, Brad and Curt discuss a second lawsuit filed by three FDNY chiefs against Commissioner Laura Kavanagh over their demotions and/or reassignments, those one alleging age discrimination; a suit filed by a woman injured during an elevator rescue; a negligence suit brought by owners of a vehicle that was damaged by Sacramento Metro firefighters while battling a blaze in a junk yard; a lawsuit filed by a Buffalo firefighter against a colleague over injuries sustained during an altercation following a St. Patrick’s Day parade last year; a whistleblower suit brought by a deputy chief in Texas claiming he was terminated for reporting firefighters paying other firefighters to work shift-trades; and a VLOG interview of a division chief from California who settled her retaliation claims for $2.6 million.
Second Alarm: Another Salvo Fired at FDNY Commissioner Kavanagh
Woman Sues Delaware Fire Department Over Injuries Sustained in Elevator Incident
Sac Metro Sued Over Bulldozed Car
Buffalo Firefighter Sues Colleague Over St. Patrick’s Day Assault
Terminated Texas Deputy Chief Claims Whistleblower Retaliation
Fire Law VLOG: $2.6 Million Settlement of Retaliation Claim By California Division Chief