ABOUT US

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The TNSIA is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating employers, insurers and service providers on workers’ compensation issues. Today’s business climate is challenging, demanding and ever changing. We pledge to work together to keep our members informed of current workers’ compensation issues, including information regarding legislative actions and judicial decisions. Our members are not only self-insured employers, but also insured employers with high deductibles and the many service providers. We encourage information sharing that will help prevent injuries and accidents and help employers reduce their workers’ compensation costs.

Board Members

Members

  • Adient
  • Averitt Express
  • Bargain Barn
  • City of Knoxville
  • Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
  • General Motors LLC
  • Ingram Industries Inc.
  • International Paper Company
  • Kennametal
  • Macys Inc.
  • Marriott International
  • Marvin Windows
  • McKee Foods Corporation
  • Nissan North America, Inc.
  • Parker-Hannifin Corporation
  • Pilot Travel Centers
  • The Pictsweet Company
  • Tyson
  • Vanderbilt
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center
  • United Road
  • Waffle House

Associate Members

  • Alternative Service Concepts, LLC
  • Ascension Health
  • Beecher Carlson Insurance Services
  • Brentwood Services, Inc.
  • Claims Bureau USA
  • Constangy, Brooks & Smith, LLP
  • Corvel
  • Delta Investigations
  • Johnston & Associates
  • Lewis Thomason Ing Krieg & Waldrop, P.C.
  • MCG Law
  • Optum
  • PMOA, Inc.
  • Premier Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
  • PRIUM
  • Safety National
  • Select Actuarial Services
  • Sigma Actuarial Consulting Group
  • Worksite Consultants

Our Happy Members

  • "We have improved our workers’ compensation program from interacting with other employers and learning about their programs and insights."

    Gary EastesCity of Knoxville
  • "TNSIA gives our company a voice in critical issues like proposed changes to workers compensation statutes and rules."

    Rob BehnkeCracker Barrel
  • "It has been extremely valuable to be part of a unified voice on behalf of employers."

    Anonymous
    Anonymous
  • You really can have an influence on workers’ compensation laws, regulations and processes.

    Penny Humphrey
    Penny HumphreyInternational Paper