MAYOR AND EXECUTIVE AGENCIES - PAYMENT FOR CARE OF POLICEMEN AND FIREMEN INJURED BY THIRD PARTIES - CORPORATION COUNSEL MAY COMPROMISE OR WAIVE CLAIM AGAINST POLICEMAN OR FIREMAN


Published: 1989-01-27

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2006 CORPORATION COUNSEL MAY COMPROMISE OR WAIVE CLAIM AGAINST POLICEMAN OR FIREMAN

2006.1 A policeman or fireman may request that the District compromise, settle, release, or waive its claims for care provided to him or her by making such a request, in writing, together with the reasons therefor to the Corporation Counsel.

2006.2 The Corporation Counsel may compromise, settle, release, or waive in whole or in part the District’s claims under the following circumstances:

(a) For the convenience of the District; or

(b) If the Corporation Counsel determines that collection would result in undue hardship upon the policeman or fireman to whom care has been provided.

SOURCE: Final Rulemaking published at 36 DCR 798, 801 (January 27, 1989).