Tag Archives: Sacramento Fire Department

Fire Law Roundup for May 30, 2022

In this week’s episode Brad and Curt discuss a termination case out of Sacramento; a civil suit by a terminated San Francisco FF; the settlement of a suit by a former Cleveland BC; an AFFF suit by San Diego against foam manufacturers; and the sentencing of a union treasurer for stealing over $200k.

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Fired Sacramento Fire Chief Vows Litigation

Fire Chief Gary Loesch who was unceremoniously fired last week by the City of Sacramento, is speaking publicly about his treatment by city officials. The official reason given by city officials for his termination was incompatibility with his management style.

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Heart Attack Victim Sues Fire Department Over Refusal to Transport

A California man who called 911 because he was having a heart attack has filed suit against the Sacramento Fire Department claiming personnel not only refused to transport him, but ridiculed him for “acting like a child.” Anwar Theekri filed suit in Sacramento County Superior Court naming the City of Sacramento and the Sacramento Fire Department.

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Sacramento Firefighter Accused of Inappropriate Contact With Patient

A Sacramento firefighter has been charged with misdemeanor sexual battery stemming from an April 1, 2017 EMS incident. Jared Evans was arrested earlier this week following a police investigation that began in mid-April after a fire department paramedic intern accused him of inappropriately touching a female seizure patient.

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