Are Settlement Proposals Admitted into Evidence?

I have a personal injury case.  The at-fault driver’s insurance company has offered me $33,000 to settle the case.  I don’t think it is enough and I want a trial.  Will the jury know that the defendant offered me $33,000

Under Tennessee law, the answer is generally "no."  Absent exceptional circumstances, settlement offers are not admissible into evidence at a trial.  

Likewise, settlement proposals are not admissible into evidence at ta trial.  Therefore, if you offered to settle your case for $50,000, and then went to trial and sought a greater amount of damages, the insurance company would not be permitted to tell the judge or jury that you were willing to settle for $50,000.