April 30, 2018
Major changes to Tennessee workers' compensation are due to take effect May 31, 2018...Read More
The Tennessee Supreme Court has reversed a trial court’s ruling declaring unconstitutional a statute limiting non-economic damages in some tort cases.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has refused to allow a claim of failure to hire for a job applicant who had filed a workers' compensation claim against her previous employer.
Taking place August 23-26, 2015 in Orlando, FL
Parties wishing to appeal expedited hearing or compensation hearing orders now must pay a filing fee of $75.
The Tennessee Department of Labor has submitted proposed rules related to workers' compensation treatment guidelines that would go into effect on January 1, 2016.
The Tennessee Supreme Court is introducing a pilot project to increase efficiencies in complex business litigation in the state.
On March 22, the Tennessee Department of Labor enacted a set of administrative rules related to securing compliance with orders issued in the Court of Workers' Compensation Claims and at alternative dispute resolution proceedings (ADR).
A Tennessee legislative proposal would allow certain employers to opt out of the state's workers' compensation program and design individual programs that meet minimum requirements.
A Hamilton County Circuit Court Judge has declared unconstitutional Tennessee's statute limiting damages for pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life in some tort cases.
A proposal by the Social Security Administration would shift the burden of reporting whether a claimant is receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits to states, local governments, and private insurers.