In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for November 20, 2023, Brad and Curt discuss charges brought against an Indiana firefighter accused with impersonating a police officer; an Alabama firefighter who pled guilty to charges of stealing fentanyl from the fire department’s inventory; a ruling in a complex wrongful death suit that questions whether a West Virginia fire department is eligible for immunity protection for negligently backing over two civilians while operating at a mutual aid fire in Ohio; a ruling by the Tenth Circuit upholding the dismissal of a disability discrimination case against the Denver Fire Department; and the filing of an FLSA suit against the city of Lancaster, PA for failing to include longevity pay when calculating overtime.
Indiana Firefighter Charged With Impersonating A Police Officer
Alabama Firefighter Sentenced to Eight Years On Drug And Computer Charges
Wrongful Death Suit Against WV Fire Company For Fatal Accident in Ohio to Proceed
Denver Fire Prevails at Tenth Circuit on Discrimination Suit
Pennsylvania Firefighter Alleges FLSA Overtime Violation