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Tennessee Workers' Compensation Handbook

A Comprehensive Resource for Anyone Who Interacts with the Tennessee Workers' Comp System

For attorneys, paralegals, risk managers, adjustors, mediators, benefits managers, claims analysts, judges, and HR managers

What are your workers' compensation obligations? What do you do once an employee has filed a claim? What happens when a lawsuit is filed?

Turn to the Tennessee Workers' Compensation Handbook and you'll quickly:


  • Determine coverage, compensability, and defenses of the law.
  • Negotiate settlements with a firm understanding of the law.
  • Minimize liability and evaluate potential disability awards.
  • Find workers' comp case cites.
  • Get the most for your clients under Tennessee workers' comp law.
  • Minimize liability for employee injuries.
  • Make a legal determination based on prior case law.
  • Ensure prompt payment of medical and disability benefits.
  • Manage second injury fund liability.
  • Incorporate expanding state regulations.
  • Minimize employment law exposure in workers' comp litigation.
  • And much more!

More than an overview, Tennessee Workers' Compensation Handbook is a comprehensive resource for anyone who interacts with the Tennessee workers' comp system. In plain English, it:

  • Explains complex issues
  • Provides recommended courses of action
  • Summarized significant case law
  • Helps determine scope of employment
  • Clarifies medical issues
  • Outlines statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Makes you the expert in Tennessee workers' comp management

About the Author

Tennessee Workers' Compensation Handbook is written by Tennessee attorneys with the law firm of Wimberly Lawson & Seale, PLLC. Leading this talented team is Mark Travis, the Regional Managing Member of the firm's Cookeville and Nashville offices. His law practice includes an emphasis in workers' comp and employment discrimination.

Mr. Travis received his law degree from the University of Louisville. He is a member of the Workers' Compensation Committee of the Tort and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association. His professional associations include the Mid-South Workers' Compensation Association, the Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association and the Defense Research Insititute. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Industrial Relations at Tennessee Technological University, and is on the Advisory Board of the monthly newsletter Tennessee Workers' Comp Reporter.

Mr. Travis has been engaged in the defense of workers' comp litigation exclusively on behalf of employers and insurance carriers for over fifteen years. He has defended workers' comp litigation at the trial level in all areas of the state, and has also argued numerous cases before the Special Workers' Compensation Appeals Panel and the Tennessee Supreme Court. He is a frequent lecturer and presenter on workers' comp litigation throughout Tennessee on behalf of regional and national organizations.

Tennessee Workers' Compensation Handbook, including a bonus CD with forms is $177 plus tax and shipping and handling. Order your copy today and master Tennessee workers' comp issues!

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