In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for January 22, 2024, Brad and Curt discuss a wrongful death sue brought against two firefighters and a city over the death of a homeless man who overdosed; the settlement of a wrongful death suit against the Chicago Fire Department for a missed DOA; a ruling by the NY Supreme Court Appellate Division that a volunteer firefighter participating in a drill competition cannot sue his department or colleagues for his injuries; a decision that a Washington state fire department cannot recoup the costs of paramedic training from a firefighter who took a position with a new fire department beyond withholding his final paycheck; and a lawsuit filed against a California Fire Department for wrongful death arising out of a vehicle accident.
Ohio Fire Department and Medics Sued for Wrongful Death
Chicago Contemplates $5 Million Settlement in Mistaken DOA Suit
NY Firefighter Injured In Drill Competition Entitled to Comp and No More
Firefighter Prevails in FD Suit to Recoup Cost of Medic Training
California Fire Department Sued Over Vehicle Accident