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Tennessee Workers' Comp Reporter

Finding an insider's perspective on Tennessee workers' comp changes used to be a struggle. Everything was either too long, too complex, or too expensive. And staying abreast of all Tennessee workers' comp developments -- case law, legislative, and regulatory -- in one publication was unheard of. Until now.

If you administer a workers' comp program, handle claims, or practice workers' comp law, you don't want to go another day without Tennessee Workers' Comp Reporter. This comprehensive monthly newsletter keeps you on top of crucial revisions to Tennessee and federal regulations that alter the way you operate.

You get the latest from:

  • Tennessee Supreme Court
  • Workers' Compensation Appeals Panels
  • Tennessee Legislature
  • Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development
  • And more!

Get the low-down on:

  • Safety and prevention techniques
  • Fraud investigations
  • Return-to-work programs
  • Techniques used by the most successful employers
  • National trends in workers' comp
  • Ground-breaking court cases
  • Ways to control health care costs
  • The role of managed care

Editorial Excellence from Attorneys in Tennessee

Each plain-English issue is edited by Tennessee attorney Virginia Mayo and Jean Simpkins with the assistance of a distinguished advisory board.


Tennessee attorney Virginia Mayo is the editor of Tennessee Workers' Comp Reporter and Tennessee Attorneys Memo, along with Tennessee Attorneys Memo Workers' Compensation Service. She has over 20 years experience in writing and editing legal newsletters. She also writes online courses for the Tennessee Bar Association.
Jean Simpkins serves as associate editor of Tennessee Workers' Comp Reporter, Tennessee Attorneys Memo, and Tennessee Attorneys Memo Workers' Compensation Service. She has over 10 years experience in writing and editing legal newsletters.

Advisory Board

Joe Loser, Jr., law school dean and former judge
Gayden Drew IV, workers' comp attorney
Mark Travis, workers' comp attorney
Jason Ensley, attorney
Kara E. Shea, employment law attorney
David Williams, Insurors of Tennessee executive
Carter H. Witt III, Tennessee Association of Business
Jerry Lee, Tennessee AFL/CIO president
Dr. James B. Talmage, Orthopedic Surgeon with the Occupational Health Center

Annual subscriptions for Tennessee Workers' Comp Reporter are available for the low introductory rate of only $147. In addition to 12 monthly issues, you get a free binder and an annual index.