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Lives in:
Manlius Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Training, Equipment Maintenance, Leadership
Professional Qualifications:
Attorney, Firefighter, EMT
Topics you provide training for:
Legal issues in the fire service and E.M.S. service
Brad Pinsky is an attorney, firefighter, EMT in New York State. He is a Captain in his combination fire department in Onondaga Couny, N.Y. As an attorney, he represents over 200 fire departments, fire districts and ambulance services throughout the state. He has authored the "Fire Department Law & Management Resource Manual". He will be sitting on the attorneys' panel at FDIC 2008. He is a frequent lecturer throughout the state and nation.
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At 6:49pm on October 13, 2008, Dennis E Sampson said…
Hello Brad,

As a Volunteer who has suffered the rath of personal politics in the fire service, I welcome you and your group for the many who have suffered the same way and have no where to turn. Most of us just live with what has happened to us because we love the job or can,t afford an attorney. The sad part is that those who inflict the pain know this too!! Good luck with your Group !!!

STAY SAFE !! Dennis
At 11:07pm on October 2, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Hi Captain!

Thanks for the new group I think it is much needed here.

Todd McKee
At 10:12pm on March 19, 2008, Mike McEvoy said…
Get a picture, dude!

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