Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker to Defend Municipality on Appeal in Governmental Immunity Case

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

Michigan Supreme Court Grants to Consider Impact of United States Supreme Court Decision Protecting Veterans’ Disability Pay from Property Divisions in State Court Divorce Proceedings

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 unanimously held all veterans’ disability pay, with but one statutory exception, was jurisdictionally protected by […]

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 exception under the Governmental Tort Liability Act. Macomb County Road Department Not Liable  

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 a full dismissal of the lawsuit as against the Macomb County Defendants. Judges O’Brien and […]

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 springs from two Court of Appeals cases, Wigfall v Detroit, and West v Detroit. Both cases […]

Law Offices of Carson J. Tucker Files Application on Behalf of Disabled Veteran in Return to Supreme Court After Remand

We filed the attached application for leave to appeal, once again defending Ray J. Foster in his fight to correct Michigan law, which had gone astray of preemptive federal law for at least 18 years holding that veterans were required to indemnify or reimburse former spouses with federally protected disability payments. We’ve had to file […]

Thoughts on the Federal Constitution After Victories Over State Court Encroachments on Federal Rights

The Constitution entrusts, by and for the benefit of the People of this Great Nation, through the enumerated Article I powers vested in the Legislature, the promises of our Great Charter; to protect those diverse groups among us by instilling the foundations of ultimate democracy, the benefits of prosperity, and the hope of Justice for […]