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Employers


  • Who Must Carry Insurance

    The Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Act requires certain employers to provide workers’ compensation insurance benefits.  Two equally important objectives are reached when this occurs.

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  • Reporting a Claim

    If your employee gets hurt at work or gets sick from his/her job, the Tennessee’s Workers’ Compensation Act requires most employers to pay for the medical treatment needed. Employees do not have to pay to get workers’ compensation benefits. It does not generally matter whether the accident was the employee’s fault, another worker’s, or the employer’s; employees still get the benefits spelled out in Tennessee’s Workers’ Compensation law.

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  • Required Posting Notice

    Every employer subject to the Workers’ Compensation Law is required to display the Tennessee Workers' Compensation Insurance Notice. 

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  • Medical Fee Schedule

    The MFS applies to all medical services, equipment or supplies and is applicable to all injured employees claiming workers’ compensation benefits under Tennessee’s workers’ compensation law, no matter where the injury took place. An absolute fee for services is not set, but rather, a maximum amount that may be paid. 

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  • Drug Free Workplace Program

    The Tennessee Drug Free Workplace Program is designed to increase productivity for Tennessee employers and promote safe worksites for employees by promoting drug- and alcohol-free workplaces. Employers are not required to join; however, they can receive a 5% premium credit on its workers' compensation insurance policy as well as other benefits.

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  • Uninsured Employers Fund

    We enforce insurance coverage requirements of the Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Act. When mandated by  Workers' Compensation Law, employers in the State of Tennessee are required to provide workers' compensation insurance for their Tennessee employees.

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  • Safety Committees

    Injury prevention is perhaps the single most effective method of cost containment; it's also very good business.

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  • FAQs for Employers

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