The Supreme Court of Tennessee Special Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel recently decided a matter involving the relevancy and admissibility of the testimony of a vocational consultant regarding an injured employee’s total disability. Miller v. State, No. E2015-00034-SC-R3-WC, 2015 WL 7013864 (Tenn. Workers Comp. Panel November 5, 2015) involved an Employee for the University of Tennessee. […]
About Seth Wilson
Seth B. Wilson is an Associate at the Burrow Lee, PLLC law firm. Seth B. Wilson joined Burrow Lee, PLLC in 2015. Mr. Wilson focuses his practice on civil litigation defense in areas including workers compensation law, premises liability and insurance defense.
Prior to joining Burrow Lee, PLLC, Mr. Wilson represented clients in litigation involving product liability, contract, mass tort, and entertainment issues. In addition, Mr. Wilson drafted and negotiated licensing agreements and contracts for clients and assisted clients in establishing businesses and in non-profit formation.
Seth Wilson graduated from University of Missouri, earning a Bachelor of Journalism, and from Middle Tennessee State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in recording industry management. He attended Seton Hall University School of Law where he graduated in 2010. He was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in 2011. Prior to his admission to the Tennessee Bar, he was a Legal Associate for the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville’s Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts program.
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In Stacey v. Nissan North America, Inc., No. M2014-00796-SC-R3-WC, 2015 WL 6119501 (Tenn. Workers Comp. Panel October 15, 2015) the Supreme Court of Tennessee Special Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel assessed an Employee’s right to reconsideration of prior workers’ compensation awards following the Employee’s termination. A claimant’s request for reconsideration of a prior award or settlement […]
The Tennessee Supreme Court recently interpreted the laws of a foreign state in order to determine whether or not the State of Tennessee could impose a “retaliatory tax” on insurance companies based in the foreign state who operated in Tennessee as authorized workers’ compensation coverage providers. See Chartis Casualty Company et al. v. State of […]
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