COVID19 – Legal Opinion Letter Prepared for County Sheriffs in Michigan Addressing Potential Civil Liabilities for Enforcing Orders that Violate Fundamental Constitutional Rights Under Federal and State Law

Constitutional Rights Cannot Be Quarantined! We have consulted municipal insurers, governmental entities and law enforcement agencies on several aspects of potential liabilities arising from enforcement of executive orders issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is our letter addressing potential civil liability for law enforcement and prosecutors under state and federal law. https://lexforipllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Final-Letter-and-Memo-re-Constitutional-Violations-by-Enforcement-of-Executive-Orders-Re-COVID-19.pdf Click [...]

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  

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 I originally appealed.  In Omian v. Chrysler.COA.Published, the Court of Appeals agreed that evidence of [...]