Existing law provides for certain benefits, including insurance coverage, disability, and workers' compensation, for any active city or state firefighter who has an occupational disease, including cancer, which manifests while the firefighter is employed with the city or the state
This bill would provide that a retired certified firefighter who is diagnosed with a cancer that is considered an occupational disease would receive supplemental insurance coverage or reimbursement of his or her actual expenses for medical treatment related to the cancer that is not covered by his or her own health insurance or Medicare, if the cancer was diagnosed within 10 years of his or her retirement
Relating to a retired certified firefighter with the occupational disease of cancer; to provide supplemental insurance coverage or reimbursement of actual expenses for medical treatment not covered by the health insurance or Medicare coverage of the firefighter if diagnosed within 10 years of retirement, under certain conditions.
|January 9, 2018||H||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Ways and Means General Fund|
|Hearing||May 2, 2017||Room 200 at 10:00||House JUDY Hearing|
|Bill Text||HB 41 - Introduced|