Litigation, Torts & Insurance

Tort & Insurance 2022: Comparative Fault Overview


The Tennessee Supreme Court adopted a modified comparative fault scheme in 1992. Since that time, a number of important appellate opinions and statutes have further refined the application of comparative fault in Tennessee. This CLE will provide an overview of comparative fault in Tennessee, including both a historical review and also an in depth discussion of recent decisions and developments that every practitioner simply must know.

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excellent course.

I thought it was a great presentation.

Really appreciate the case analysis and the knowledgeable discussion between the lawyers. Thank you for engaging in a topic that impacts so much of tort law (especially the discussion regarding identifying 3rd parties for comparative fault)! Excellent presentation.


Course Pricing
  • Member: 75.00
  • Non-Member: 120.00
  • Section: 65.00
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Course Information Webcast - Archived Video Highlights
  • Approved distance learning
  • Viewable on your laptop or mobile device
Course Credits Dual Credits: 0.00
General Credits: 1.50
Total Credits: 1.5

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.