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(735 ILCS 5/8-1901)
(from Ch. 110, par. 8-1901)
Admission of liability - Effect.
The providing of, or payment
for, medical, surgical,
hospital, or rehabilitation services, facilities, or equipment by or on
behalf of any person, or the offer to provide, or pay for, any one or
more of the foregoing, shall not be construed as an admission of any
liability by such person or persons. Testimony, writings, records,
reports or information with respect to the foregoing shall not be
admissible in evidence as an admission of any liability in any action of
any kind in any court or before any commission, administrative agency,
or other tribunal in this State, except at the instance of the person or
persons so making any such provision, payment or offer.
(Source: P.A. 97-1145, eff. 1-18-13.)