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(735 ILCS 5/2-1003)
(from Ch. 110, par. 2-1003)
Discovery and depositions.
(a) Discovery, such as admissions of
fact and of genuineness of documents, physical and mental examinations of parties and other persons, the taking of any depositions, and interrogatories,
shall be in accordance with rules.
(d) Whenever the defendant in any litigation in this State has the right
to demand a physical or mental examination of the plaintiff pursuant to
statute or Supreme Court Rule, relative to the occurrence and extent of
injuries or damages for which claim is made, or in connection with the
plaintiff's capacity to exercise any right plaintiff has, or would have
but for a finding based upon such examination, the plaintiff has the
right to have his or her attorney, or such other person as the plaintiff
may wish, present at such physical or mental examination.
(e) No person or organization shall be required to furnish claims,
loss or risk management information held or provided by an insurer, which
information is described in Section 143.10a of the "Illinois Insurance Code".
(Source: P.A. 99-110, eff. 1-1-16