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Tennessee Employee Leasing Case Law

Please find, below, selected case laws decided by Supreme Court of Tennessee or Court of Appeals of Tennessee where the terms employee leasing has been mentioned. You are not to rely on these cases as legal advice nor should you rely on them for accuracy. Please see Terms of Service.

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Lanius v. Nashville Electric Service - 12/2/2005
FACTUAL BACKGROUND The parties to this case call upon this Court to determine the trial court of jurisdiction and the proper place of venue in a workers' compensation suit involving, as the defendant, a municipal corporation,...

Johnson v. Snap-On Incorporated - 11/30/2005
This complaint, filed May 4, 2001, alleges only that "the plaintiff has been exposed to heavy metal dust which has resulted in decreased pulmonary function." The defendant denied (1) that the plaintiff's condition arose out of or in...

Russell v. ThyssenKrupp Elevator Manufacturing - 11/29/2005
Mr. Danny Russell was forty-four years old at the time of trial. He has a bachelor's degree in agriculture and has completed half of the course requirements for a master's degree in business administration from the University of...

Building Materials Corp. v. Coleman - 11/28/2005
The employee filed this action seeking benefits for shoulder injuries. At the time of trial, he was forty-eight years old with a ninth grade education. In May of 2001, he experienced a sharp pain in his left shoulder while raising...

Thompson v. City of LaVergne - 11/16/2005
Stace Thompson has been employed by the LaVergne Police Department since 1989. At the time of trial he was forty-three years of age and married to Ann Thompson, also with the LaVergne Police Department. They have seven children, four...

Williams v. Saturn Corp. - 11/15/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND The employee, June Williams, has a 12th grade education and was forty-four years old at the time of trial. She began working for General Motors in 1977 and has worked for the employer, Saturn Corporation,...

Fish v. Dollar Tree Stores - 11/15/2005
The plaintiff, a fifty-seven-year-old high school graduate, filed these actions seeking benefits for separate right and left shoulder injuries sustained while he was employed as a store manager by the defendant, Dollar Tree Stores,...

Wolford v. Ace Trucking - 11/14/2005
STANDARD OF REVIEW The review of the findings of the trial court is de novo upon the record of the trial court, accompanied by a presumption of the correctness of the finding, unless the preponderance of the evidence is...

Braden v. Boeing-Oak Ridge Co. - 10/21/2005
In this case the complaint was dismissed after a bifurcated hearing resulting in a finding the plaintiff's condition or injury was not caused by his exposure to chemicals at his workplace. Limited Factual Background The...

Payne v. PML - 10/19/2005
This case involves a September 7, 1999, car accident that occurred shortly after the employee left the employer's plant and the trial court's determination that her exposure to the chemical toluene at the plant was not a contributing...

Weston v. Waste Management - 10/13/2005
FACTS The employee-appellant, Thomas Gary Weston, was working as a roll-off driver for the defendant-appellee, Waste Management, when a work-related accident occurred on June 28, 2000. Mr. Weston's job entailed driving an...

Purkey v. American Home Assurance Co. - 9/30/2005
Pursuant to Rule 23 of the Tennessee Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee has certified three questions to this Court. The questions arose in the course of a lawsuit brought by...

Taylor v. Carhartt - 9/29/2005
STANDARD OF REVIEW The review of the findings of the trial court is de novo upon the record of the trial court, accompanied by a presumption of the correctness of the findings, unless the preponderance of the evidence is...

Denny v. Norwalk Furniture Corp. - 9/28/2005
FACTUAL BACKGROUND The facts before the Court were largely undisputed. The Worker, who had been an employee of the Defendant, Norwalk Furniture Corporation, since August 1986, alleged that he suffered injuries to his right...

Hopper v. B'Gosh - 9/22/2005
I. Facts and Procedural History Mr. Larry Hopper, is a high school graduate whose primary means of employment has been in the field of warehousing as a laborer. He has no management experience. At the time of trial, Mr. Hopper...

Brown v. ACE Property and Casualty Insurance Co. - 9/20/2005
I. Facts and Procedural History Terry Brown worked for the appellant, William Bonnell Company, Inc. (Bonnell), for 25 years prior to the termination of his employment. Mr. Brown at the time of the trial, was 45 years old. He...

Smith v. Fleeman's Transport - 9/20/2005
I. Facts and Procedural History Mr. Donald E. Smith was sixty years of age at the time of the trial of this cause. He is a high school graduate but he has no further vocational or educational training subsequent to his high...

Cartwright v. Macon County General Hospital - 9/8/2005
FACTS AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND The appellee, Tina Cartwright, worked for the defendant, Macon County General Hospital, as a paramedic for seventeen years. Cartwright injured her left shoulder while working within the scope of...

Frame v. Davidson Transit Organization - 9/6/2005
Davidson Transit Organization (DTO) is a private, non-profit corporation that maintains and operates the bus fleet for Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) of Nashville and Davidson County, Tennessee. DTO hired Fred Frame (Frame) as...

Pendleton v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville - 9/1/2005
Factual Background and Procedural History On November 18, 2001, Plaintiff Rickey Pendleton ("Pendleton") visited an acquaintance, Pamela Scott ("Scott"), at the Homestead Suites located on McGavock Pike in Nashville, Tennessee....

Stallings v. Taco Bell Corporation - 8/30/2005
Mrs. Paula Stallings was forty-seven years old at the time of trial. She is a high school graduate and has taken some business correspondence classes. She began working in her parents' truck stop when she was sixteen. She has worked...

Familoni v. University of Memphis - 8/29/2005
Plaintiff/Appellant Babajide Familoni, Ph.D. ("Dr. Familoni") is an engineering professor employed by Defendant/Appellee The University of Memphis ("University"). Dr. Familoni, a native of Nigeria, has been employed by the University...

Anderson v. Anderson - 8/23/2005
This runaway train ran through three trial judges, two special masters, a special trial judge and 10 lawyers before crashing into the docket of the Court of Appeals. The engine started its arduous journey through the trial court on...

Fischer v. Eldon Stevenson - 8/22/2005
Facts and Procedural History By a codicil to his last will and testament, Eldon Stevenson, Jr. ("Stevenson") included provisions later construed to create the Eldon Stevenson, Jr. Scholarship Fund Trust ("Appellee" or "Trust")....

Travis v. Kayser-Roth Corp. - 8/19/2005
The employee has appealed from the trial court's action in dismissing her case as the court found she had failed to present sufficient evidence of a work-related injury and proper notice to the employer of the injury. Facts ...

Shalin v. Laboratory Glass - 8/19/2005
Defendant, Laboratory Glass, Inc., has appealed from the trial court's ruling awarding plaintiff, Terry L Shalin, 100 percent permanent disability. Facts Plaintiff is a 48 year old high school graduate who was employed by...

Wausau Insurance Co. v. Dorsett - 8/19/2005
I. Factual and Procedural Background This workers' compensation action was originally filed on June 29, 2000, by Wausau Insurance Company ("Wausau") pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated section 50-6-225 (1999 & Supp. 2004)....

Crain v. Baptist Memorial Hospital - 8/18/2005
I. Factual Background and Procedural History In the summer of 1999, James Crain ("Mr. Crain" or "Appellant") began an apprenticeship program which was to last four to five years and would enable him to work toward becoming a...

Raymond Banks v. United Parcel Service - 8/18/2005
Background The record developed before the trial court contains the following facts. Plaintiff Raymond Banks ("Banks") was employed with defendant United Parcel Service ("UPS") for thirty years. Banks retired from UPS in...

Morrow v. Dana Corp. - 8/17/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Paulette Morrow began working for Dana Corporation in Newbern, Tennessee, on March 10, 1997, providing janitorial services. As a part of her duties she disposed of waste rubber. Waste rubber was weighed...

State v. Armstrong - 8/16/2005
On July 17, 2002, Defendant entered a plea of guilty to two counts of facilitation of the sale of over twenty-six grams of cocaine, a Class C felony. He was sentenced as a Range I, standard offender, to concurrent sentences of six...

Cohea v. Thaxton - 8/15/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Donald Cohea, was thirty-seven years old and a resident of Goodlettsville at the time of trial. He was employed as a construction worker for JD Construction. He built boxes or crates for airplane parts and...

McPeak v. Specialty Surgical Instrumentation - 7/29/2005
FACTUAL BACKGROUND It is indeed a great understatement that this is a most unusual case. Despite grave differences between the parties as to the legal significance of the facts, the occurrence of the factual issues themselves...

Clark v. Standard Iron - 7/29/2005
FACTUAL BACKGROUND The facts before the trial court were largely undisputed. The Worker suffered a tragic injury. All parties stipulated that, due to the injury, coupled with prior injuries suffered by the Worker, he was...

Esquinance v. Polk County Education Association - 7/29/2005
On April 24, 2003, Plaintiff, Dewey Esquinance (hereinafter "Plaintiff" or "Esquinance"), filed a complaint against Defendants, Polk County Education Association, Tennessee Education Association/NEA (hereinafter "Defendants" or "PCEA...

Pirtle v. Shoney's - 7/14/2005
Mr. Eugene Pirtle was fifty-three years old at the time of trial. He attended school until the ninth grade but cannot read or write. He cannot drive a car. He has worked at Shoney's for thirty-five years as a busboy and dishwasher....

Alley v. Quebecor World Kingsport - 7/5/2005
In this action the Trial Court overruled defendant's Motion to Dismiss, and defendant filed an Application for Interlocutory Appeal which was granted by the Trial Court and this Court. Plaintiffs' action alleged that Quebecor...

Poe v. Neeley - 6/27/2005
I. The plaintiff worked for SDS for some 12 years plus, from April 15, 1991, to October 21, 2003, when he was discharged for "violation of attendance policy." The relevant attendance policy first took effect on August 1,...

Peck v. Tanner - 6/24/2005
Summary of Facts & Proceedings Below The complaint alleged breach of a partnership agreement and fraud and sought an accounting and damages. The plaintiff, Jerry W. Peck, asserted that he and the defendant, William B....

Vowell v. Clinton Home Center - 6/22/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND At the time of trial Bryan Vowell was twenty-two years of age, married and had completed the eleventh grade. He dropped out of school and started working at the Clinton Home Center in June of July 1999. ...

Gunn v. Independent Radiology Assoc. - 6/21/2005
Background The issue in this appeal is which of three insurance carriers is liable for the payment of workers' compensation benefits to Ms. Gina Gunn ("Ms. Gunn") for a work-related injury she sustained while employed by...

Fain v. CNA Insurance Co. - 6/17/2005
The plaintiff is a fifty-year old, high school graduate lady, in good health, and essentially unskilled, whose right hand was pulled into a machine and squeezed. She sustained a minor laceration requiring six surface sutures, which...

Cage v. Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance Co. of America - 6/16/2005
This workers' compensation case involves the award of permanent and total disability benefits to the employee for an aggravation of his respiratory ailment and the determination that the employer shall provide medical coverage for...

Hudson v. Aerostructures Corp. - 6/14/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Elton Lee Hudson was, at the time of trial, sixty-fours years of age and had completed the twelfth grade of high school. He had worked in a chicken hatchery, for the City of Lebanon Water Department...

Pyles v. Pacific Coast Feather Co. - 6/13/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Aileen Pyles was fifty-two years of age at the time of trial and had been married for thirty-five years. She completed the eighth grade at Clinton Elementary School. Her work experience primarily has been...

Tennessee Insurance Guaranty Association v. Centre Insurance Co. - 6/10/2005
Prior to December 18, 1998, Superior National Insurance Group, Inc. was the parent corporation to several wholly-owned subsidiaries, including Commercial Compensation Insurance Company, Superior National Insurance Company and...

Funk v. Travelers Indemnity Co. - 6/9/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND David Dewayne Funk was forty-seven (46) years of age at the time of trial, had a GED diploma, had no special skills or training and had generally performed basic labor when he has worked. Mr. Funk began...

Wilhoit v. Wal-Mart Distribution Center - 6/3/2005
Facts Theodore Carl Wilhoit, age 32, is married with a five-year old son. He left school in the 12th grade and received no formal education or training after that time. He has only been employed at manual labor and has no...

Lane v. Trane Unitary Products - 6/1/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Sarah Lane was 39 years of age at the time of the trial, married with three children of her own and three step-children. She completed the ninth grade in school and obtained a General Equivalency Diploma...

Huke v. Trinity Industries - 6/1/2005
I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Ruth D. Huke, was twenty-seven years of age at the time of the trial and the mother of three children. She was injured April 3, 2001, while performing her job as a welder, when she was struck by an metal...

Young v. Insurance Co. of the State of Pennsylvania - 5/27/2005
This complaint was filed October 11, 2001. The plaintiff alleges that she was employed by the defendant in 1994, and in the course of her employment developed bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome in both hands and arms, resulting in...

Lyle v. Pasminco Zinc - 5/27/2005
The plaintiff alleged that he has a repetitive-stress job-related condition in his right knee caused by climbing stairs and stepping in and out of vehicles. His condition was diagnosed as degenerative arthritis, and surgery was...

McPherson v. Shea Ear Clinic - 5/18/2005
This appeal results from an order of the trial court granting the Defendant's motion to dismiss filed pursuant to Rule 12.02 of the Tennessee Rules of Civil Procedure for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted....

Bennett v. Magna Seating Systems - 5/4/2005
Background Between 10 p.m. and midnight on October 25, 2001, Charlene Bennett, an employee of Magna Seating Systems ("Magna"), returned to her home after completing her shift with her employer. As she was ascending the two...

Sircy v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County - 5/3/2005
Factual Background and Procedural History In March of 1998, Vanessa Sircy ("Ms. Sircy") began working at Vanderbilt Medical Center ("Vanderbilt") as a patient care technician. Sometime around the beginning of 2001, the...

Thetford v. American Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co. - 5/3/2005
Mr. Cletus Thetford was sixty years old at the time of trial. He is married and has four children. He completed the tenth grade in school, and his work experience includes carpentry and factory work. He also owned and operated a...

Pillers v. Josten's Printing & Publishing - 4/29/2005
The employee-appellant, Margie Pillers, initiated this civil action to recover workers' compensation benefits for a work-related injury consisting of an exposure rash to her forearms. The only issue presented for trial was the extent...

Ely v. Deroyal Industries - 4/29/2005
Facts On September 10, 1997, Wanda Ely filed her complaint for workers' compensation benefits alleging occupational asthma. Ms. Ely first suffered from asthma as a child and later began having additional problems with her...

Warner v. Potts - 4/29/2005
The employee-appellant, Robert Warner, initiated this civil action to recover workers' compensation benefits arising out of a November 1, 2001, accident in which he fell from a roof, sustaining severe injuries. The issue presented...

Troglen v. Troglen - 4/28/2005
Procedural History and Background Stephanie Ann Troglen and Vincent Lamar Troglen were married in Hamilton County, Tennessee on October 10, 1993. There was one child born of this marriage, Madison Nicole Troglen (d.o.b....

Williamson v. A.O. Smith Corp. - 4/28/2005
This workers' compensation case involves the award of permanent and total disability benefits to the employee and the apportionment of those benefits between her employer and the Second Injury Fund. Background Alice...

Fritts v. Safety National Casualty Corp. - 4/21/2005
Connie Fritts was thirty-nine years old at the time of trial. She completed eight years of education and has no special job training or skills. Her employment history includes working as a presser and clipper in a sewing factory, as...

Hayes v. First Source Furniture Group - 4/21/2005
I. Factual Procedural Background Randy Lee Hayes ("Mr. Hayes") worked for First Source Furniture Group ("First Source") and its predecessor from 1983 until December of 2002. At all times relevant to these proceedings Travelers...

Taylor v. American Protection Insurance Co. - 4/13/2005
I. Factual and Procedural Background At the trial the Plaintiff, Loucindra Taylor ("Ms. Taylor"), was a 34-year-old female. She had a high school education. She had worked for Tower Automotive Products Company, Inc. (`Tower")...

Parisi v. Ryan's Family Steakhouse - 4/13/2005
I. Factual and Procedural Background The employee, Lawrence Parisi ("Mr. Parisi"), lived in Mississippi near Memphis, Tennessee. Indeed, he was working in Memphis in 1997 at Wendy's when he was approached by a recruiter for...

Smith v. Southern States Electrical and Plumbing - 4/5/2005
I. Facts and Procedural History Mr. Daryl Smith was 31 years of age at the time of trial. He has a 10th grade education and has been in construction type work for most of his adult life. In 1993, Mr. Smith tore his right...

Yarbrough v. ACH Foods - 3/31/2005
The employee or claimant, Ms. Yarbrough, initiated this civil action to recover workers' compensation benefits for an alleged accidental work related injury to her back. The employer, ACH Foods, specifically denied that the claimant...

Botts v. State - 3/31/2005
The employee, Cynthia L. Botts is a forty-six year old high school graduate, who had taken additional college courses and practical nursing license. Before going to work for the State of Tennessee Northwest Correctional Facility in...

Halliburton v. Metokote Corp. - 3/21/2005
The employee-appellee, Barry Halliburton, initiated this civil action to recover workers' compensation benefits for a work-related injury consisting of soft tissue damage to his right foot. The issue presented for trial was the...

Long v. Mid-Tennessee Ford Truck Sales - 3/18/2005
Background On July 12, 1995, the employee, Drexel Wayne Long ("Long"), injured his right foot while in the course and scope of his employment with Mid-Tennessee Ford Truck Sales, Inc. ("Mid-Tennessee") in Nashville, Tennessee....

Kroll v. Caradon Custom Controls - 3/17/2005
The employee, Joyce R. Kroll, is a fifty-four-year-old woman. She began working for the employer, Heatcraft, Inc. in 1992. Heatcraft, Inc. was bought by Caradon Custom Controls, Inc. in August of 1999. In 1997 the employee's legs...

Darnell v. Connecticut Indemnity Co. - 3/17/2005
STANDARD OF REVIEW In Tennessee, appellate review is de novo upon the record of the trial court, accompanied by a presumption of the correctness of the findings, unless the preponderance of the evidence is otherwise. Tenn. Code...

Taylor v. State - 3/17/2005
In this breach of contract action, it is necessary to set forth a detailed chronology of the procedural history evidenced by the trial court proceedings. Herman B. Taylor, d/b/a Herman Taylor Construction Company, filed suit on...

Montgomery v. Montgomery - 3/17/2005
Background This appeal involves the complicated dissolution of what the Trial Court found to be an implied partnership between Plaintiff and Defendant, and at times also their only child, Brian Montgomery. Plaintiff and...

Dotson v. Rice-Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge - 3/16/2005
I. Factual and Procedural Background The plaintiff, Ronnie Dotson, worked as a delivery driver and stockperson for the defendant auto dealership, Rice-Chrysler-Plymouth- Dodge, Inc., which was insured by co-defendant, the...

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