The Tennessee Supreme Court was again faced with a substantial number of workmen's compensation cases during the current survey year. Fewer of the cases than usual were concerned primarily with whether the decision below was supported by sufficient evidence. However, a number of them were illustrative of aspects of the statutory requirement that an employee suffer an injury by accident arising out of and in the course of his employment in order to be eligible for workmen's compensation benefits.
J. Gilmer Bowman, Jr.,
Workmen's Compensation -- 1962 Tennessee Survey,
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