Contact Us

Office of the Attorney General and Reporter
P.O. Box 20207
Nashville, TN 37202-0207
Telephone: (615) 741-3491
Fax: (615) 741-2009

The Tennessee Attorney General's Office employs attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries, and other administrative and clerical staff. Find details on applying for a position on the Employment page.

Contact the Director of Communications at (615) 741-9935.

The Attorney General issues written legal opinions to certain state officials upon request.  Copies of opinions issued since 2000 are available through this website on the AG Opinions page.  Contact the opinion line at (615) 741-2518 to request a copy of an AG opinion.

If you have information about potential violations of antitrust laws, allegations of price-fixing, bid rigging or other anti-competitive activities, please contact the Consumer Protection Division at (615) 741-1671.

The Division of Consumer Affairs (DCA), now housed in the Attorney General’s Office, works to handle consumer complaints and educate consumers on the latest scams and threats that could cause harm. To file a complaint against an individual or a business entity, you can complete a complaint form here. Contact DCA at (615) 741-4737 or toll free inside Tennessee at (800) 342-8385.

Tennessee Public Chapter 1127 provides that an online complaint form shall be available on this Office’s website for use by persons alleged to have been aggrieved by the Tennessee Human Rights Commission pursuant to its authority under Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 4, Chapter here to report complaints about the Tennessee Human Rights Commission.

Tennessee Public Chapter 644 requires Tennessee employers with mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies to grant an exemption to a staff member who has a medical exemption supported by a healthcare provider’s signed statement or a sincerely held religious belief that prevents the person from here to report a violation of Tennessee Public Chapter 644.

If you have information about a health care provider (for example, a physician, hospital, etc.) committing fraud against Tennessee’s Medicaid program (known as TennCare), please call the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud and Integrity Unit (MFIU) at 615-741-1382.  If you are a health care provider, self-reporting a potential violation to MFIU will carry considerable weight in the assessment of damages or civil penalties.  If you are employed by a provider who has committed TennCare fraud, and you report the fraud, your employer will be prohibited by law from retaliating against you because of the report.  Tenn. Code Ann. § 71-5-183(g).

Other State agencies also investigate TennCare fraud.  You can report TennCare fraud, as well as abuse of TennCare patients, to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Medicaid Fraud Control Division.  TennCare fraud committed by TennCare beneficiaries can be reported to the Office of Inspector General.

If you would like to share your experience regarding the effects of social media on children, please fill out this form.

Anyone having information or comments pertaining to any tobacco product manufacturer or other entity that may not be complying with the Escrow Fund Act, Tenn. Code Ann. §§ 67-4-2601, et seq., and/or other tobacco laws, regulations or rules is encouraged to call the Tobacco Enforcement hotline at (615) 532-9480 (for local calls) or (800) 890-8366.

The hotline is set up to receive information and comments by voicemail. Messages are checked daily, and callers are not required to identify themselves when leaving a message.

Our Victim Liaisons provide information and assistance to crime victims and their families as criminal cases make their way through the appeals process. See the Helping Crime Victims section of this website or contact Victim Information Services at (615) 741-8109 or (615) 532-1971.