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Major changes to Tennessee workers' compensation are due to take effect May 31, 2018
Discussion points regarding proposed TN Workers' Compensation administrative rule changes include the requirement that insurance companies have a physical presence in the State of TN
Two recent and significant Workers' Compensation cases in the State of Tennessee
Significant changes may be on the horizon for TN Workers' Comp, including the first set of rules to certify adjusters in Tennessee
The Department of Workers' Claims will no longer accept Form 110 settlement agreements prepared by individuals who are not licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
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.
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).