Fred C. Statum, III is a principal with Manier & Herod, practicing primarily in the area of trial and appellate civil litigation, with a concentration in surety, fidelity and general insurance defense litigation, including workers’ compensation and professional liability. Mr. Statum received his Bachelor of Science, with honors, from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 1986. Mr. Statum also received his Juris Doctor from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1990.
News & Upcoming Speaking Engagements:
- Sarah H. Reisner and Fred C. Statum III Teach "Lunch & Learn" for EmployBridge
Sarah H. Reisner and Fred C. Statum III travelled to the headquarters for EmployBridge on September 20, 2018, to teach a “Lunch & Learn” on Tennessee Workers’ Compensation Law which included updates on Employment Law for EmployBridge and dedicat...continue reading
- Fred C. Statum III and Justin D. Wear Obtain Summary Judgment in Financial Institution Bond Coverage Litigation
Manier & Herod attorneys Fred C. Statum III and Justin D. Wear recently prevailed on a motion for summary judgment on behalf of its client in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, as receiver for Neighborhood Community Bank v. The Cincinnati Insura...continue reading
- Fidelity Law Attorneys Fred Statum, Jeffrey S. Price and Justin D. Wear Win Appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
In Forcht Bank, NA v. BancInsure, Inc., Case No. 11-6328 (6th Cir. February 12, 2013), the Sixth Circuit affirmed the district court’s ruling that a financial institution bond provided no coverage for the insured’s claim because the insured did not su...continue reading
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