MADISON, Wis. — A man whose parents died within hours of each other has sued an ambulance company, alleging that the driver drove too fast and a paramedic failed to ...
ST. LOUIS — An HIV-positive man is suing a St. Louis-area air ambulance service in federal court, alleging he was wrongly removed from his job as a paramedic and reassigned ...
The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO — The parents of a teenage girl run over and killed by emergency vehicles after an Asiana Airlines crash landing at the San Francisco airport dropped ...
The lawsuits claim the helicopter had a malfunction or design defect and was not safe and crash-worthy in that the fuel tank burst into flames on ground impact
DENVER — Two flight nurses who were badly injured in a Flight for Life helicopter crash on July 3 in Frisco filed lawsuits Friday against the helicopter's operating company, ...
The Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS — Jurors have ruled that a former suburban Indianapolis paramedic was discriminated against when she was fired for having Type 1 diabetes.
The Indianapolis ...
By Rachel Ohm
FRANKLIN, Maine — A Franklin County woman says she was fired from her job as an EMT at NorthStar Emergency Medical Services after a supervisor motivated ...
By Hal Dardick
CHICAGO — Chicago officials have issued more than $1.2 million in penalty payment checks to hundreds of paramedics who a federal court judge determined ...
Normally, I would caution people from a rush to judgement; it’s dangerous to draw conclusions without all of the information, like in the Eutisha Rennix case in New York, where the EMTs ...
By Sherri Borden Colley
The Herald News
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia — A Fall River woman who claims volunteer firefighters wore dirty gloves and used no antiseptic during an “invasive ...
We’ve represented hundreds of EMS agencies and ambulance services of all types and sizes as a national EMS law firm. Early in our more than 15 years practicing EMS law, we quickly realized ...
By Brian Ballou
COOPER CITY, Fla. — The city erred in collecting more than $3 million from residents for an assessment for emergency medical services from 2006 to 2009, ...
The $7.7 million wrongful-death lawsuit alleges Medric "Cecil" Mills Jr. could have been saved if firefighters had responded to bystanders who asked for help
The Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The family of a 77-year-old District man who suffered a fatal heart attack across the street from a fire station in Northeast Washington has filed a ...
By Mike Hendricks
The Kansas City Star
KANSAS CITY — Kansas City is expected to pay out an additional $1.5 million to settle a second class action lawsuit brought by 113 public safety ...