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Tag Archives: Tennessee Work Injury

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How Do I Prove My Injury Is Job-Related for Purposes of Workers’ Compensation?

By Brad Burnette |

Causation is critical to establishing a workers’ compensation claim in Tennessee. In other words, you cannot receive benefits from your employer unless you can prove that your injury is directly related to your employment. A workers’ compensation official will not accept conjecture or speculation that merely suggests the injury could be work-related. Panel Denies… Read More »

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Can I Collect Workers’ Compensation If I Just Quit My Job?

By Brad Burnette |

Tennessee workers’ compensation covers employees who are injured in the course of their employment. To give a simple example, if you fall at work and break your leg, your employer is responsible for paying your medical expenses and lost wages regardless of who was at fault for the accident. But your employer is not… Read More »

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What If Someone Other Than My Employer Causes a Workplace Accident?

By Brad Burnette |

You probably know that if you are injured at work, you can receive workers’ compensation benefits to pay for your medical bills and lost wages. Workers’ compensation effectively serves as a substitute–an “exclusive remedy,” in legal terms–for filing a personal injury lawsuit against your employer. But what if your workplace accident was actually the… Read More »

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