On Monday, March 28, 2011, Dickinson Wright member Stuart Scott will be presenting on how to keep your business running smoothly. The Tennessee Workers' Compensation Act and Supreme Court cases interpreting it require detailed and specific responses to any claimed work injury. Recent Supreme Court rulings limit information employers can obtain about claims and expand the definition of what is a compensable work injury, including certain time when employees are even off the clock. Failure to address these important changes in the law can result in unneccessary exposure to compensability, significant business costs, loss of productivity and revenue. Join Stuart Scott in a lunchtime discussion of important ways employers can respond to these changes in the law and minimize or avoid costly work injury claims.
About Stuart Scott
Stuart Scott is a leader at Dickinson Wright PLLC in the workers' compensation practice area. He has defended employers against injury claims for over twenty years and is a Fellow of the Nashville Bar Association. Stuart regularly counsels employers on work related injuries and proactive measures to minimize and avoid workers' compensation claims. He has extensive Benefit Review Conference, trial and appellate experience. He has successfully defended employers at all levels of the workers' compensation process and has had cases he defended featured in publications at both the state and national level.
This presentation will be available as a webinar or telephonically. In order to receive the login information for this presentation, please register with Amber Dunn by Friday, March 25, 2011 at 313.223.3085 or email@example.com.