Paul Goyette, president and CEO of Goyette and Associates law firm discusses a case involving families of contracted air tanker pilots killed in the line of duty have filed a claim against Cal Fire for failing to pay death benefits required by state law. The claim alleges that Cal Fire officials committed fraud by hiding the law from surviving family members since the lawmakers passed it in 2002.
Paul Goyette, president and CEO of Goyette and Associates law firm discusses a case involving families of contracted air tanker pilots killed in the line of duty have filed a claim against Cal Fire for failing to pay death benefits required by state law. The claim alleges that Cal Fire officials committed fraud by hiding the law from surviving family members since the lawmakers passed it in 2002. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Paul Goyette, president and CEO of Goyette and Associates law firm discusses a case involving families of contracted air tanker pilots killed in the line of duty have filed a claim against Cal Fire for failing to pay death benefits required by state law. The claim alleges that Cal Fire officials committed fraud by hiding the law from surviving family members since the lawmakers passed it in 2002. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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Pilots’ families say Cal Fire owes them death benefits

August 09, 2015 06:26 PM

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