Thank you for visiting. I am Carson J. Tucker, an appellate and insurance law attorney. I use this blog to communicate and engage with clients and colleagues about important court opinions, legal issues and policy. More about my practice can be found on my LinkedIn page, Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker on LinkedIn.
I research, I write, and I help people solve problems, and I advocate for them in court, mostly on appeal from unfavourable decisions of the inferior courts. Using a combination of updates on LinkedIn, this medium, as well as direct personal contact, I have been able to succeed by keeping my clients up to date on the most pressing issues of law and policy that interests them, engaging with them early about a case or issue, and coming up with a strategy to try and change it or support it, depending on the circumstances.
I intend this blog to generally cover issues of appellate law, with some more targeted and detailed analysis of cases that are important to my clients and to myself.
There is no legal advice intended or imparted by this blog.
Summary We have engaged to file a petition in the United States Supreme Court to challenge the 1987 decision in Rose v. Rose, 481 U.S. 619 (1987), in which the Supreme Court held that all veterans’ disability pay could be diverted … Continue reading
Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker has filed an appeal challenging an attorney fee award in the Michigan Court of Appeals. Claim of Appeal in Washington v. Oesterling
Following state courts across the country that have begun implementing the United States Supreme Court’s unanimous decision in Howell v. Howell, the Court of Appeals of Kansas has held that state courts do not have jurisdiction to divert veterans’ disability … Continue reading
In another pro bono veteran’s disability case, I recently filed a brief in the Michigan Court of Appeals seeking a decision on the applicability of federal law to a specific set of disabled veterans. Carpenter v. Carpenter Brief on Appeal Although federal … Continue reading
Today, November 16, 2018, Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker filed an appearance to defend Michigan governmental entity in a suit under the Govermental Tort Liability Act in the Michigan Court of Appeals. Appearance in Truski v Clinton Township
Yesterday, November 7, 2018, the Supreme Court of Michigan granted my Application for Leave to Appeal (After Remand) in the case of Foster v Foster, to consider the impact of the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Howell v Howell, which … Continue reading
The lawyer’s weekly recently published an article on the Menard v Imig case in which I successfully represented the Macomb County governmental defendants in the Court of Appeals, briefing and arguing this case addressing governmental immunity and the highway defect … Continue reading
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