Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Seminar Coming up in June

On Thursday, June 4, 2015, John Dreiser will be a faculty member for “Handling the Workers’ Compensation Case from Start to Finish” for National Business Institute (NBI).  This six hour seminar (CLE 6.0 includes 1.0 hour of ethics) will be held at the Holiday Inn Knoxville West at Cedar Bluff.  Topics include:

  1. Overview of Laws and Concepts
  2. Preparing Your Case:  Procedures for Claimant and Defendant
  3. Medical Issues During the Claim
  4. Settlement Options (Including MSA Considerations)
  5. Hearings:  Practice and Procedure
  6. Ethical Obligations
  7. Tennessee Tort Retaliatory Discharge for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim

For more information or to sign up, click here.

If you need more information about a Social Security Disability/SSI matter, personal injury matter (car wreck, boating accident, slip and fall, etc.), EEOICPA claim, long or short-term disability, VA disability, Railroad Retirement Board disability, or a workers compensation matter, please contact the Law Offices of Tony Farmer and John Dreiser for a free case evaluation.  We can be reached at (865) 584-1211 or (800) 806-4611, through Facebook, or through our website.  Our office handles claims throughout East Tennessee, including Knoxville, ChattanoogaKingsport, Bristol, Johnson City, Morristown, Maryville, Rogersville, Dandridge, Tazewell, New Tazewell, Jefferson City, Strawberry Plains, Sevierville, Gatlinburg, Loudon, Kingston, Halls, Maynardville, Crossville, Cookeville, Jamestown, Sweetwater, Lenoir City, Athens, Oak Ridge, Clinton, LaFollette, Lake City, Jacksboro, Bean Station, Cosby, Newport, White Pine, Mosheim, Wartburg, Sunbright, Pigeon Forge, Greeneville, Harriman, Dayton, Spring City, and Deer Lodge.

 

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About farmerdreiser

Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, The Law Offices of Tony Farmer and John Dreiser provide comprehensive representation to injured victims throughout eastern Tennessee in personal injury, Social Security disability, and workers' compensation cases.
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