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First District: More Collateral Source Rule

This decision further explores the collateral source rule and offers a look at how a rule stated in terms of evidentiary exclusion can seemingly operate as a rule of evidentiary admission. The court held that a plaintiff whose private medical insurance satisfied her medical bills with reduced payments could introduce the original bill amounts as evidence of her damages. The court distinguished cases where a plaintiff’s bills were reduced and satisfied by Medicare.

The court also pointed out that, post-trial, the plaintiff’s damages were reduced in accordance with the reductions obtained by her private health insurer.

















































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