By Celeste Bott (September 21, 2021, 9:16 p.m. EDT) – Illinois highest court justices on Tuesday debated whether a dispute over civil damages for injuries related to an accident compensation claim work was in fact moot after the voluntary dismissal of the plaintiff party to the civil action.
The question before the Illinois Supreme Court is whether Clifton Armstead should be allowed to seek damages in a civil lawsuit for the injuries he sustained in a truck accident – beyond strain knee that was at the center of a settled workers’ compensation claim.
But during oral argument, several judges wondered if there was anything left of the Armstead case – which involved other injuries – after …
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