April is Poetry Month! Part 2
In our last blog post we celebrated Poetry Month with a poem from Fisher v. Lowe, 122 Mich.Ct. App. 418 (1983). Here’s an Easter Egg: Westlaw, in its summary of the case, responded with a poem of their own:
A wayward Chevy struck a tree
Whose owner sued defendants three.
He sued car’s owner, driver too,
And insurer for what was due
For his oak tree that now may bear
A lasting need for tender care.
The Oakland County Circuit Court,
John N. O’Brien, J., set forth
The judgment that defendants sought
And quickly an appeal was brought.
Court of Appeals, J.H. Gillis, J.,
Gave thought and then had this to say:
1) There is no liability
Since No-Fault grants immunity;
2) No jurisdiction can be found
Where process service is unsound;
And thus the judgment, as it’s termed,
Is due to be, and is,
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