I Was Injured on the Job
The Bureau of Workers' Compensation supports Tennessee's injured workers. Injured workers should be provided with the appropriate medical treatment medically necessary to recover from a compensable work-related injury or illness. Most employers and insurance adjusters provide benefits without assistance from the Bureau.
- Where is the Tennessee BWC's Open Records Request Policy?
- Glossary of Common Workers’ Compensation Acronyms and Terms
- Whom may I contact with additional questions?
- What should I do if I am injured at work?
- What benefits may an injured employee be entitled to receive?
- Will I have to use my own sick time to cover my time off work?
- What if the employee disagrees with the authorized treating physician’s opinion or treatment plans?
- What can I do if my employer will not allow me to go to the doctor?
- When should I report my injury?
- Is an injured employee paid for the time spent attending doctor's appointments during work hours?
- Can I be fired for reporting a Workers' Compensation claim?
- My supervisor won’t accept my work injury claim
- Where do I go if things don't work out?
- Does an injured employee have to pay for medical treatment for a compensable injury?
- What is an impairment rating and what is it used for?
- Who provides my Workers’ Compensation benefits?
- What if my employer doesn’t have workers’ compensation insurance coverage?