Conn Gen Stat 7-322a
Workers' Compensation: Volunteer Firefighter when Volunteering with Another Fire Company
An active member of a volunteer fire company who offers their services to another fire company that is actively engaged in fire duties and their services are accepted can receive workers' compensation if injured while providing services to the other fire company. The firefighter is also entitled to the benefits from their home fire company.
Benefits for volunteers rendering service to another fire company
Any active member of a volunteer fire company who offers his services to an officer or person in charge of another fire company which is actively engaged in fire duties, and whose services are accepted by such officer or person, shall be entitled to receive all benefits payable under the provisions of sections 7-314 and 7-314a. Such payments shall be made by the municipality in which the fire company of which such a fireman is a member is located.