(740 ILCS 45/18)
(from Ch. 70, par. 88)
Claims against awards.
(a) An award is not subject to
attachment, garnishment, or other process, except that an award is not exempt
from a claim of a creditor to the extent that he or she provided products,
services, or accommodations the costs of which are included in the award.
(b) An assignment or agreement to assign a right to compensation for loss
accruing in the future is unenforceable, except:
(1) an assignment of a right to compensation for work
(c) The court may order that all or a portion of an award be paid jointly
to the applicant and another person or solely and directly to another
person to the extent that such other person
has provided products, services or accommodations, the costs of which are
included in the award, or to another person to the extent that such other person paid or became obligated to pay expenses incurred by the victim or applicant.
(d) If an award under subsection (c) of this Section is offset by the
Comptroller, pursuant to the Uncollected State Claims Act, the intended
individual or entity must credit the applicant's or
victim's account for the amount ordered by the Court of Claims, and the
intended individual or entity is
prohibited from pursuing payment from the applicant or victim
for any portion that is offset. The Comptroller shall provide notice as
provided in Section 10.05 of the State Comptroller Act.
(Source: P.A. 97-817, eff. 1-1-13.)