Supreme Court to Consider Meaning of “Bodily Injury” Under Motor Vehicle Exception

I am writing an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief on behalf of Wayne County and Michigan Townships Association, among others, in this public liability case in which the Supreme Court has granted the State of Michigan’s application for leave to appeal to address whether “bodily injury” liability available against the government under the “motor vehicle” exception to governmental immunity encompasses damages other than those directly related to those associated with corporeal physical injury to the plaintiff. The case will have a significant impact on the day-to-day operations of the government and the decision will have consequences upon the ability of governmental entities to fund public services.

See my previous post about this case here:

Supreme Court to Consider Scope of “Bodily Injury” Under Motor Vehicle Exception

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