|Case Forum:||Michigan Supreme Court|
|Keywords:||governmental immunity, proximate cause, gross negligence|
Rosalind Rochkind (P23504) | Garan Lucow Miller, P.C. | 1000 Woodbridge Street | Detroit, MI 48207-3108 | 313-446-5522 |
1. Michigan Townships Association (MTA)
It is speculation that Kittell knew of the danger presented to the Plaintiff and did nothing about it. There is no evidence that he was either aware that the light was out, or that he knew that
The Michigan Supreme Court:
|MSC requested LDF amicus brief?||No|
Billy Luckett was snowmobiling on Lake St Clair, at night, when he crashed his motorcycle into the pier, resulting in severe injury. Plaintiffs (his parents) claim a light was out on the pier and that employee Rick Kittell, who was responsible for light maintenance on the pier that night, was grossly negligent and the proximate cause of the accident.