Category Archives: Insurance and Indemnity

Lawyer’s Weekly Chronicles Appellate Court Victory by Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker

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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Victory in Court of Appeals for Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker

In a case I briefed and argued on July 10,  the Michigan Court of Appeals in a 2-1 opinion has reversed the trial court’s decision denying Macomb County’s motion for summary disposition, and has remanded to the trial court for … Continue reading

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Michigan Supreme Court Poised to Decide Whether Strict or Substantial Compliance is Sufficient Under Highway Exception to Governmental Immunity

Oral arguments on applications to the Michigan Supreme Court have been scheduled to determine whether the notice provisions of the Governmental Tort Liability Act’s (GTLA) “highway exception” to immunity are to be “strictly” or only “substantially” complied with. The order … Continue reading

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Former Employee’s Alleged Criminal Activities Relevant to Determine “Wage Earning Capacity” for Purposes of Assessing Entitlement to Workers Compensation Benefits

In a case I brought to the Michigan Supreme Court, which remanded in Omian v Chrysler, 495 Mich. 859 (2013), to the Court of Appeals for consideration of my appeal, the Michigan Court of Appeals has now reversed the decision … Continue reading

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Insurance Coverage Not Available to Employer Mistakenly Listed as Insured on State-Required Workers Compensation Forms

The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, that insurance coverage was not available to an employer (Delphi) merely because the insurers had errantly listed the employer on forms required to be filed with the state to notify … Continue reading

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Court of Appeals Issues Ruling On Independent Contractor Case

The Michigan Court of Appeals issued its opinion in a case I briefed (92675_Moore_Appellant’s_Brief_313440.12.26.2013.1838)  and argued in the Court of Appeals last summer, ruling consistent with the Supreme Court’s recent disposition of workers compensation insurance coverage for subcontractors holding themselves out … Continue reading

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Insurance Coverage Case for Health Care Providers Conspiracy Claims Still Awaiting Disposition by Indiana Supreme Court

As I had predicted in my earlier blog post, transfer to the Indiana Supreme Court was sought and granted in this “errors and omissions” insurance and reinsurance coverage dispute in which the insureds sought coverage for underlying claims that a network of health … Continue reading

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