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The Tennessee Supreme Court just issued its opinion in Borner v. Autry, W2007-00731-SC-R11-CV (Tenn. May 26, 2009). The opinion construes Tennessee Code Annotated section 24-5-113(a), which is the statute that supplies a presumption of reasonableness and necessity of medical bills up to $4,000.