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COURT of CLAIMS - Illinois Secretary of State
REPORTS
OF
Cases Argued and Determined
IN THE
COURT of CLAIMS
OF THE
STATE OF ILLINOIS
_____________
VOLUME 63
Official Reports
of the
Illinois Court of Claims
For: Fiscal Year 2011---July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011
_____________
SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
2011
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Printed by authority of the State of Illinois
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Printed by authority of the State of Illinois – September 2014 - 1 - CC-102 1 PREFACE
The opinions of the Court of Claims reported herein are published by authority of the provisions of
Section 18 of the Court of Claims Act, 705 ILCS 505/1 et seq., formerly Ill. Rev. Stat. 1991, ch. 37, par. 439.1
et seq.
The Court of Claims has exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine the following matters: (a) all
claims against the State of Illinois founded upon any law of the State, or upon any regulation thereunder by an
executive or administrative officer or agency, other than claims arising under the Workers’ Compensation Act
or the Workers’ Occupational Diseases Act, or claims for certain expenses in civil litigation, (b) all claims
against the State founded upon any contract entered into with the State, (c) all claims against the State for time
unjustly served in prisons of this State where the persons imprisoned shall receive a pardon from the Governor
stating that such pardon is issued on the grounds of innocence of the crime for which they were imprisoned, (d)
all claims against the State in cases sounding in tort, (e) all claims for recoupment made by the State against any
Claimant, (f) certain claims to compel replacement of a lost or destroyed State warrant, (g) certain claims based
on torts by escaped inmates of State institutions, (h) certain representation and indemnification cases, (i) all
claims pursuant to the Law Enforcement Officers, Civil Defense Workers, Civil Air Patrol Members,
Paramedics, Firemen & State Employees Compensation Act, (j) all claims pursuant to the Illinois National
Guardsman’s Compensation Act, and (k) all claims pursuant to the Crime Victims Compensation Act.
A large number of claims contained in this volume have not been reported in full due to quantity and
general similarity of content. These claims have been listed according to the type of claim or disposition. The
categories they fall within include: claims in which orders of awards or orders of dismissal were entered without
opinions, claims based on lapsed appropriations, certain State employees’ back salary claims, prisoners and
inmates-missing property claims, claims in which orders and opinions of denial were entered without opinions,
refund cases, medical vendor claims, Law Enforcement Officers, Civil Defense Workers, Civil Air Patrol
Members, Paramedics, Firemen & State Employees Compensation Act claims and certain claims based on the
Crime Victims Compensation Act. However, any claim which is of the nature of any of the above categories,
but which also may have value as precedent, has been reported in full.
2 OFFICERS OF THE COURT JUDGES
ROBERT J. SPRAGUE, Chief Justice
Belleville, Illinois
Chief Justice February 21, 2003 –
PETER J. BIRNBAUM, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
January 20, 2004 –
MARY PATRICIA BURNS, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
January 9, 2009 –
NORMA F. JANN, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
May 1, 1991 –
JAMES KAPLAN, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
January 17, 2005 – December 1, 2010
GERALD KUBASIAK, Judge
Chicago, Illinois
March 28, 2011 –
ROBERT J. STEFFEN, Judge
Elgin, Illinois
March 5, 2004 –
DONALD STORINO, Judge
Rosemont, Illinois
March 5, 2004 –
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BRADLEY BUCHER
Court Administrator
Springfield, Illinois
TIFFANY KRETZINGER
Fiscal Officer
Springfield, Illinois
J. MICHAEL MATHIS Court Counsel Springfield, Illinois COMMISSIONERS OF THE COURT
GEORGE ARGIONIS
Chicago, Illinois
August 18, 2003 –
ANDREA BUFORD
Chicago, Illinois
October 1, 2007 –
JOSEPH J. CAVANAUGH
Chicago, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
LLOYD CUETO
Belleville, Illinois
March 1, 2009 –
3 MARITZA MARTINEZ
Chicago, Illinois
November 1, 2007 –
LOURDES MONTEAGUDO
Chicago, Illinois
July 1, 2005 –
PATRICIA MURPHY
Energy, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
DAVID NEAL
Joliet, Illinois
July 1, 2007 –
MARY T. NICOLAU
Chicago, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
DAVID REID
Springfield, Illinois
May 2, 2011 –
ELIZABETH M. ROCHFORD
Lincolnwood, Illinois
October 24, 1990 –
DAVID RODRIGUEZ
Chicago, Illinois
May 19, 2011 –
HERBERT ROSENBURG
Chicago, Illinois
August 1 , 2008 –
RONALD SERPICO
Melrose Park, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
PATRICK T. TIMONEY
Springfield, Illinois
April 1, 2004 –
THOMAS YSURSA
Belleville, Illinois
August 16, 2003 –
4 JESSE WHITE
Secretary of State and Ex Officio Clerk of the Court January 11, 1999 – ____ DELORES J. MARTIN Deputy Clerk and Director Springfield, Illinois October 6, 2003 – 5 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Fiscal Year 2011
Preface ....................................................................................
2
Officers of the Court ..............................................................
3
Table of Contents ...................................................................
6
Table of Cases .........................................................................
7
Opinions Published in Full ....................................................
130
Law Enforcement Officers, Civil ...........................................
Defense Workers, Civil Air Patrol
Members, Paramedics, Firemen,
Chaplains and State Employees
Compensation Act Cases:
227
Military Line of Duty Awards ................................................
278
Miscellaneous Awards .............................................................
279
Miscellaneous Denied and Dismissed
Claims.....................................................................................
281
Contracts--Lapsed Appropriations..........................................
327
Public Aid and Medical Vendor Awards ................................
328
Prisoners and Inmates--Missing
Property Claims ......................................................................
329
Crime Victims Compensation
Act Cases:
Opinions Not Published in Full ..........................................
330
6 TABLE OF CASES
Fiscal Year 2011
(July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011)
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11 AMERISOURCEBERGEN
AMERISOURCEBERGEN
AMERITRAN SERVICE CORPORATION D/B/A TRANSIT RESOURCE CENTER
AMERITRAN SERVICE CORPORATION D/B/A TRANSIT RESOURCE CENTER
AMERSON, MARZELL J.
AMES, CARLEAN
AMES, CLINTON M.
AMES, THOMAS R.
AMICARE OF MISSOURI
AMICUS COURT REPORTERS
AMICUS COURT REPORTERS, INC.
AMICUS COURT REPORTERS, INC.
AMOS, CORDELL C.
AMOS, DEIDRA
AMOS, JAZERLE
ANABEL HULING EARLY LEARNING
ANAYA, JUAN M.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANDERSON, BERNELL
ANDERSON, BRANDY C.
ANDERSON, BRENDA
ANDERSON, BRENDA
ANDERSON, CARMEN A
ANDERSON, DASHAUN L.
ANDERSON, DAVID
ANDERSON, DAVID
ANDERSON, DEREK
ANDERSON, FREDDIE
ANDERSON, GAIL
ANDERSON, JENNIFER
ANDERSON, JR., DASHAUN
ANDERSON, LISA
ANDERSON, LISA
ANDERSON, MARSHALL
ANDERSON, MICHAEL
ANDERSON, NICHOLAS G.
ANDERSON, NICOLE
ANDERSON, PATRICIA
ANDERSON, ROBERT
ANDERSON, SHANNON
ANDERSON, TRACY
ANDERSON, VERNETHA
ANDERSON-STOHLMEYER, MARLENE
ANDRADE, DIANA
ANDRADE, ELIZABETH
ANDRADE, JOSE M.
ANDREWS, BETTY
ANDREWS, DANNY
ANDREWS, JANET
ANDREWS, JANET
ANDREWS, LAWRENCE
ANDREWS, NICHOLAS A.
ANDREWS, OTIS
ANGELO, LEAH J.
ANGIOLLO, GINA
ANGLIN, ANGELA
ANIXTER CENTER
ANIXTER CENTER
ANJORIN, KAYODE
ANNASHAE CORPORATION
ANODYNE CORPORATION
ANSAH, GILBERT
ANTHONY, CHARLES
ANTHONY, CHRISTOPHER
ANTIONE, NATHAN
ANTOINE, KELLIE
ANTONIK, CINDY
ANTONIK, ERIN M
APARICO, MARCO
APLINGTON, KAUFMAN, MCCLINTOCK, STEELE & BARRY, LTD.
AQUA TECH MARINE
ARAB AMERICAN FAMILY SERVICES
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12 ARAB AMERICAN FAMILY SERVICES
ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, LLC
ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, LLC
ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, LLC
ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, LLC
ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, LLC
ARAMARK CORRECTIONAL SERVICES, LLC
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
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ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES
ARANDA, JOSE
ARC COMMUNITY SUPPORT SYSTEMS
ARCE, RAUL
ARCHIE, TIMOTHY
ARCTIC GLACIER PREMIUM ICE
ARELLANO, CESAR A.
ARELLANO, MARIA DOLORES
ARIF, ASIF
ARISTA, CARLOS
ARISTIZABAL, LUIS
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, PARK DISTRICT
ARMEY, JAMES T.
ARMFIELD, CALVIN
ARMOUR, BARBARA
ARMSTED-ROMERO, FELICIA K.
ARMSTRONG, ANTHONY
ARMSTRONG, BRENDA
ARMSTRONG, BRENDA J.
ARMSTRONG, CRAIG
ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY
ARMSTRONG, JAMES
ARMSTRONG, KEVIN
ARMSTRONG MEDICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
ARNDT, CHRISTOPHER J.
ARNOLD, TERRANCE
ARNONE, MARIA
ARNONE, MARIA
ARREOLA, GRICELDA
ARREZ, VALENTE
ARRIAGA, JULIA C.
ARRINGTON, JERMAINE
ARROYO, ADRIANA
ARROYO, BERNARDO
ARROYO, IRMA
ARTEAGA, JOSE
ARTHRITIS & INTERNAL MEDICINE SPECIALIST, LTD.
ARVIO, JOSEPH
ASADI, ISLAAM
ASH, ZACHARY
ASHBY, JOHN
ASHLEY, MICHAEL
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHWORTH, TIMOTHY
ASKEW, ANTHONY D.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN JOMES, INC.
ASSAF, AMEEN
ASSOC FOOT & ANKLE CLINICS PC
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ASSOC. ST. JAMES RADIOLOGY
ASSOCIATED ALLERGISTS
ASSOCIATED IMAGING SPECIALIST
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ASTA CARE CENTER OF ROCKFORD
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
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ATHERTON, RYAN T.
ATHMER, THOMAS
ATKINS, CATHY S.
AT&T DATACOMM, INC.
AT&T DATACOMM, INC.
AT&T DATACOMM, INC.
AT&T GLOBAL SERVICES, INC.
AT&T GLOBAL SERVICES, INC.
AT&T MOBILITY
ATTORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF
AUDO, REBECCA
AUGUSTINE, BERNADETTE
AUKSTUOLIENE, JULIJA
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
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AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER,
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AUSTIN, VERONICA
AUSTIN, VERONICA
AUSTIN, WILLIAM
AUSTON, KEMA
AUTO OWNERS INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O
AUTOMATIC FIRE CONTROLS, INC.
AVALOS, JOSEPH C.
AVALOS, LUIS GUILLEN
AVALOS, LUIS GUILLEN
AVALOS, RICARDO
AVILA, IRENE
AVILA, LETICIA
AVILA, MARIO
AVILA, MIRIAM
AVILES, ADAM
AWOYEMI, OLUWAFEMI
AYALA, LAURA
AYALA, MARCELINO
AYALA, MICHAEL
AYALA, RAMONA
AYALA, VERONICA
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AYORINDE, MICHAEL A.
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A-1 LOCK, INC.
A-1 LOCK, INC.
A-1 LOCK, INC.
A-1 LOCK, INC.
BABBITT, MICHAEL S.
BABER, MATTIE,& RAMEY, ARTESTINE
BABINCZAK, MICHAEL A.
BACHMANN, STEVEN J.
BACHMANN, STEVEN J.
BACON, KENNETH
BADGER TRUCK CENTER, INC.
INC.
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14 BADGER TRUCK CENTER, INC.
BAEZ, SALVADOR
BAGDONAS, JOSEPH
BAGGETT, CHYNELL
BAGGETT, CHYNELL
BAHENA, ARTURO
BAHENA, JOSE
BAHENA, LUZ I.
BAHENA, MARIA
BAHENA, MARIA
BAHENA, MARIA
BAHENA, MARIA N.
BAHENA, RIGOBERTO
BAHL, CORY
BAILEY, ALPHONSO
BAILEY, FRITZ D. JR.
BAILEY, JAMES W. JR.
BAILEY, JEREMY L.
BAILEY, JUSTIN
BAILEY, KIARUNN F.
BAILEY, LAMONT
BAILEY, MAGDALENA
BAILEY, MAURICE
BAILEY, PAMELA
BAILEY, RACHEL
BAILEY, SHANIKWA & GILLESPIE, ANGELA & VASSAR, ERNESTINE
BAILEY, TYRECE D.
BAIN, ASHLEY
BAIRD, JANIS K.
BAIRD, JESSICA J.
BAIRD, MATTHEW
BAIRSTOW, BRETT L. C.
BAKER, ANDRE
BAKER, ANTHONY
BAKER, BRITTANY
BAKER, DARRELL JR.
BAKER, DEBRA L
BAKER, KATHY
BAKER, LARRY
BAKER, LISA A.
BAKER, MARTELL
BAKER, MARTELL L.
BAKER, RICKY
BALCITIS, LOUIS
BALDARRAMA, JOSE
BALDWIN, ANGELA
BALDWIN, DANIELLE MARIE
BALDWIN, PATRICE
BALDWIN REPORTING SERVICES
BALL, GREGORY
BALL, JARRED M.
BALL, KAREN A., COOPER ANDREA & BOUCHEZ, HEATHER
BALL, KEVIN G. JR.
BALL, ROBERT
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
BALLARD, DEVIN
BALLARD, MARY J.
BALLARD, RYAN
BALLENGER, DIONNE
BALLESTEROS, MARIA
BALLESTEROS, ROY C.
BALLION, JOSEPH P.
BALWIERZ, BRIAN
BALWIERZ, BRIAN
BANAS, TIFFANY L.
BANGASH, JAVED I., M.D.S.C.
BANISTER, TAMMIE S. & BANISTER, TROY SR.
BANK OF AMERICA
BANKHEAD, SUPHOBBA
BANKS, ALEXANDER
BANKS, CATINA & EWING, LOUISE
BANKS, DARNELL
BANKS, DEONDRE
BANKS, JAMES J.
BANKS, LORETTA
BANKS, PERRY SR.
BANKS, ROBERT SR.
BANKS, STEPHEN R. JR.
BANUELOS, ISIDRO
BARAJAS, JORGE
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15 BARBER, ALLEN
BARBER, ANGIE
BARBER, ANGIE
BARBER, ANGIE
BARBER, CHARLES
BARBER, KATHLEEN
BARBERO, PETER
BARKER, CARYN & BARKER, JESS L.
BARKER, KENNETH
BARKER, PRINCE
BARKSDALE, NICOLE L.
BARKSDALE, NICOLE L.
BARKSDALE, NICOLE L.
BARKSDALE, NICOLE L.
BARKSDALE, PAMELA
BARLOW, JAMEL
BARNES, DERRICK
BARNES, EDITH B.
BARNES, GENEVA
BARNES, GRANT
BARNES, PATSY R.
BARNES RETINA INSTITUTE
BARNES, ROY
BARNES, STACY
BARNETT, CYNTHIA
BARNETT, SHANTELL
BARNHART, MYRA A.
BARR, LISA
BARR, PATTI
BARRAGAN, FRANCISCO
BARRAGAN, IGNACIO
BARRERA, ARMANDO
BARRERA, RACHEL R.
BARRERA, VICTOR
BARRETT, ANDREW
BARRETT, DOROTHY
BARRETT, JENELLE
BARRETT, JENELLE
BARRINGER, WESTLEY
BARRINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
BARRON, DEVRON
BARRON, LUCIA
BARROS, BARBARA A.
BARRY, PATRICK
BARTELS, JANET C.
BARTELT, STEVEN
BARTLETT, GREGORY
BARTON, KARLA
BASHIR, ISHA H.
BASK ILLINOIS HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A COMFORT SUITES
BASKERVILLE, DOUGLAS
BASKIN, GREGORY
BASS, DEBORAH
BASS, ROOSEVELT L.
BASSETT, GEOFFREY
BASTE, DR. LESTER
BATES, PAMELA
BATES, THERESA
BATSON, KENNETH
BATTERSHELL, PAUL
BATTERY HOUSE
BATTERY HOUSE
BATTIE, ROBERT
BAUCOM, JOHN JR.
BAUER, JODIE KATHYLEEN
BAUER, RYAN
BAUGH, LILLIE M.
BAUGHMAN, DALE E.
BAUMAN, MATTHEW C.
BAUMBICH, NICHOLAS
BAUSLEY, DERRICK
BAYMONT INN & SUITES
BAYNES, ELETHIA
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
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16 BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYUK, CURTIS A.
BEACH, JONATHAN D.
BEAL, GENEVIEVE L.
BEALS, WHITNEY E.
BEAN, JOSHUA C.
BEAR DISTRIBUTING, INC.
BEAR DISTRIBUTING, INC.
BEARD, ATLENEA
BEARDEN, EDWARD
BEARDEN, EDWARD
BEASON, LARRY
BEASON, STANLEY L.
BEATZ, MICHAEL J.
BEAUREGARD, RENEE L.
BEAVERS, TENSI
BECERRA, BRANDON
BECK, KENYAHTA
BECK, SHANNON C.
BECKER, CHRISTOPHER W.
BECKER, NANCY
BECKER, RYAN
BECKMAN, JAMIE
BEDELL, WILLIAM M., ACHIEVEMENT & RESOURCE CENTER
BEDNER, SCOTT
BEDOLLA, RAMON
BEECHER, SANDRA
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT, INC.
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT, INC.
BEGOVICH, VANESSA
BEHRMANN COMPANY
BEHRMANN COMPANY
BEILSTEIN, SUSAN
BEJM, LIDIA
BELCHER, LINDSEY M.
BELCHER, SHAVON
BELL, BETTY J.
BELL BUILDING, LLC
BELL, CHRISTOPHER
BELL, DEMETRIUS
BELL, DENZIL D.
BELL, GERALDINE
BELL, JENNIFER
BELL, LADORA JOHNSON
BELL, LAMAR G.
BELL, LASHAUN
BELL, MARCUS
BELL, MORRIE D.
BELL, PAMELA
BELL, SHENETRIS
BELL, VALENCIA
BELLA-NORMAN, VICKI L.
BELLEMORE ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BELLEVILLE SUPPLY COMPANY
BELLINO, JOSEPH A
BELLO, OMAR
BELLOWS, ROBERT
BELLUOMINI, ANNA M
BELOW, MICHELLE
BELOW, MICHELLE
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17 BELOW, MICHELLE
BELTAN, JONATHAN
BENAK, KRISTINE DILLOW
BENDER, COREY D.
BENDER, TONI
BENDER, VALINDA
BENFORD, JAMAAL
BENFORD, JAMAL
BENICKY, MAXINE
BENISHEK, MELISSA
BENITEZ, ALEJANDRO
BENNETT, BRANDON
BENNETT, JANICE
BENNETT, ROBERT
BENNETT, STEPHEN
BENOIT, DAVID
BENSENVILLE HOME SOCIETY
BENSENVILLE HOME SOCIETY
BENSENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
BENSENVILLE, VILLAGE OF
BENSON, CHRISTOPHER
BENSON, KAREN
BENSON, KAREN
BENSON, QUENTON
BENSON, SHARONDA
BENTON, JERROD
BERANEK, SAMANTHA
BERARDO, DEIDRA
BERG, PAUL H.
BERGER, FRANCINE F.
BERGER, JOEL
BERGERON, MAHA
BERGHOUSE CONCRETE, INC.
BERKELAND-LOPEZ, LONNA
BERMUDEZ, ANGEL
BERNATE, SONIA
BERNATE, SONIA
BERNHARD, KAREN
BERRY, DORAL
BERRY, LOUIE
BERRY, ROBERT
BESS, CAROLYN M.
BESSERT, ROBERT
BEST WESTERN CARLINVILLE INN
BEST WESTERN JOLIET INN & SUITES
BESTER, PATRICE
BETANCOURT, JACKLYN
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHANY FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
BETHEL NEW LIFE, INC. C/O MATANKY REALTY GROUP, INC.
BETHLEHEM PRESCHOOL CENTER
BEYAH, RASHEEDAH
BEYER, SARAH
BH PHOTO & ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
BHATIA, CHANDAN R.
BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
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10CV4844
10CC3980
09CV2035
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10CV3645
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10CV2311
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09CV6126
10CV2809
09CV0942
11CV2385
11CV1131
10CC0963
10CC0964
11CC0654
11CC0575
11CV0296
10CV2990
10CV2991
11CV0629
10CV3235
07CV2317
10CV4418
10CV4323
10CV2705
10CV2820
10CV2821
10CV4062
10CC3082
10CV5759
11CV2531
10CV4453
10CV5516
11CC0280
10CV1477
10CV2923
10CC3075
10CV0860
09CV5320
10CC2329
08CC3222
10CV4497
11CV3429
11CC0887
11CC0890
11CC0891
11CC0892
11CC0893
11CC0895
11CC0093
11CC1145
11CV1287
06CV0472
11CC0328
11CV1784
10CC2114
10CC3241
10CC3242
10CC3243
10CC3244
10CC3245
10CC3246
10CC3247
10CC3248
10CC3249
10CC3250
10CC3251
10CC3252
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10CC3254
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10CC3257
10CC3258
10CC3259
10CC3260
10CC3261
18 B.I. INCORPORATED
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BIALEK, JENNIFER C.
BIBBS, BRIANNE
BIBBS, CHERYL
BICE, LOREY
BIEDRON, ROBERT C.
BIERBRODT, JOSEPH
BIG R OF SPRINGFIELD
BIGGERS CHEVROLET
BIGGS, ARRILIES WILLIS
BIGGS, DANIELLE L.
BIGGS, HAROLD G.
BIJOS, TOMASZ
BILLETER, MICHELLE S.
BILLS, PRINCE
BILLUPS, ALBIN
BILMAIER, NATHAN
BINGEN, ELIZABETH
BINION, DONNA
BIO-RAD LABORATORIES
BIOTECH X-RAY, INC.
BIRDSONG, DARRIEL
BIRMINGHAM, DANIEL
BIRON-BOMIS, DESMOND
BIROSCHAK, THOMAS
BISHOP HARDWARE & SUPPLY D/B/A ACE HARDWARE
BITTNER, WILLIAM
BIVENS, ARYULES
BIZZLE, AC HOMER
BJ'S MARKET, INC.
BLACK, CELINE
BLACK, CELINE
BLACK, CELINE
BLACK, CELINE
BLACK, DANIEL R.
BLACK, DEMARCKO M.
BLACK, LOLETA
BLACK, WILLIE
BLACKAMORE, STEPHAN
BLACKBURN, SHEILA
BLACKER, RYAN M.
BLACKFUL, DAVID
BLACKHAWK LEARNING CONNECTION
BLACKMAN, YOLANDA
BLACKORBY, JAMIE L.
BLACKWELL, ASHLEY
BLACKWELL, CYNTHIA
BLADDICK, JEFFERY D. JR.
BLAIR, AMANDA
BLAIR, CRISTY A.
BLAIR, JAMES II
BLAKELY, DARRYLL R.
BLAKELY, DARRYLL R.
BLAKEY, REGINALD
BLANCO, EDWARD J. JR.
BLANCO, EVELYN
BLANCO, EVELYN
BLAND, RONALD
BLANDIN, JERMAINE
BLANKENSHIP, B. J.
BLANKENSHIP, BOBBIE
BLANKS, DARLENE
BLAZINA, WARREN
BLESSING CORPORATE SERVICES
10CC3262
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10CC3289
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11CV0534
10CV2669
10CV3457
09CV3751
11CV3226
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10CC3467
10CC3871
10CV2285
11CV1439
11CV1177
10CV1302
10CV5658
10CV2854
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11CV2281
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10CV1939
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11CC0747
08CV6189
10CV1992
04CV0162
10CV2760
10CC1189
06CC1049
10CC1562
10CC3711
10CC3893
11CV1470
11CV1471
11CV1472
11CV1473
11CV1729
11CV1730
09CV6009
11CV0342
09CV4916
11CC2255
10CV5659
10CV0080
11CC0998
11CV2629
09CV4619
11CV1442
11CV1822
09CV3388
10CV3361
01CV2061
09CV6438
11CV1650
11CV1651
10CV3176
07CV4125
10CV5263
10CV5264
09CV4267
09CV6153
10CV4419
10CV3938
10CV4498
11CV0587
11CC0742
19 BLOCK, AMANDA
BLOCKER, KEVIN J.
BLOCKER, WALTER
BLOODSON, DEBRA
BLUM, NICHOLAS
BLUMENBERG, EMILIA
BOATMAN, GREGORY
BOAZ, DENISE J.
BOCKS, STACEY
BOCLAIR, DARONE
BOCLAIRE, DE JUAN L.
BOCLAIRE, VAL
BODY, JOYCE
BOEHM, MATTHEW
BOEHMKE, JEAN
BOKHOLDT, SHERRI
BOKSA, STANISLAW
BOLAND, BOBBY L.
BOLDEN, HENRY L. SR.
BOLER, VINCENT
BOLINGBROOK, PARK DISTRICT
BOLLINGER, RUBERRY & GARVEY
BOLLMAN, BRAD
BOLTON, BRIAN
BOLTON, CHRISTOPHER
BONDS, CHRISTOPHER
BONDS, JODIE
BONDS, JOSEPH
BONDS, MARY A.
BONDS, TAUREAN
BONICK, WAYNE
BONUTTI ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC
BOOKER, DEMETRIUS
BOOKER, LAWRENCE III
BOOKER, STEPHEN
BOONE, TAMMIE
BOOS PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
BOOSE, ALEXIA
BOOSE, EMMANUEL
BOOZER, MONIQUE
BORES, ELVA E.
BORIS, LISA
BORON, ANETA
BORON, ANETA
BOSNOV, SAVA
BOSS, DANIEL E.
BOST, CHRISTOPHER
BOSTIC, JON
BOSTON, KEVIN
BOSWELL, DEMETRIUS
BOUIE, DOMINIQUE N.
BOULTON, GEORGE
BOUR, JUSTINE
BOURKE, CATHERINE
BOVAN, CARLEN
BOVAN, CARLEN
BOWDEN, GLENN
BOWDEN, PATRICK
BOWEN, DMARIO
BOWEN, TAMARA
BOWERS, CHESTER M.
BOWLES, DONNELL
BOWMAN, MARY H.
BOWMAN, RASHID
BOYAS, MIGUEL A.
BOYD, CONNIE RAE
BOYD, DANIELLE S
BOYD, JAMAL
BOYD, MICHAEL
BOYD, MICHAEL
BOYD, SYLVIA
BOYD, SYLVIA
BOYD, TONIKA
BOYKIN, ALMA
BOYKIN, ALONDO
BOYKINS, TAKESHA
BOYKO, ANDRZEJ
BOYLES, JOHNATHAN
BOZEMAN, RAY C.
BRACEY, DARLA
BRADFORD, AUNDRA J.
07CV2041
10CV2761
10CV4420
10CV3713
11CV1823
10CV2954
09CC0466
10CC3103
09CV5587
11CV3430
10CV4543
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95CV2931
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11CV0243
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10CC3957
10CV5760
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10CV3980
10CV3014
11CC1255
10CV1963
10CV2822
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10CV5157
10CV4084
10CC2513
10CV5265
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10CV5686
11CV0752
10CV5158
10CV0672
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09CV6072
10CV0497
06CC1151
09CV1958
10CV1478
09CV6345
11CV1525
07CV2221
10CV5266
10CV1942
10CV4823
10CV4738
11CC0351
10CV2955
07CC0054
10CV4611
10CV4718
10CV4719
09CV1417
11CV0244
10CV3106
10CV2627
09CV4957
10CV5789
10CC2529
10CV1994
10CV2312
20 BRADFORD, LEON
BRADFORD, SHONTA Y.
BRADFORD, SHONTA Y.
BRADLEY, CLIFTON III
BRADLEY, JEFFERY
BRADLEY, TERRENCE
BRADLEY, VALERIE
BRADNER SMITH & COMPANY
BRADSHAW, BEULAH
BRADSHAW, BEULAH
BRADWELL, DEBRA
BRAGGS, ANDREW
BRAGGS, LOLITA
BRAHLER LUBE CENTERS
BRAMLETT, REBECCA
BRAMLETT, REBECCA
BRANCKENRIDGE, JOMO
BRANDON, ANTIONETTE
BRANDON, BRIAN A.
BRANDON, KENYATTA
BRANDON, KENYATTA
BRANDON, SHEREKHAN
BRANDON, TARZE
BRANDT, LYDIA
BRANDY, CRAIG
BRANNON, JANET
BRANNON, JENNIFER L.
BRANSON, ROGER D.
BRANTLEY, NINA
BRASFIELD, WILLIAM
BRATU, MIOARA
BRAUN, LINDA M
BRAVO, ADRIANA
BRAVO, ALEJANDRO J.
BRAVO, ANTONIO
BRAVO, GREGORIO
BRAVO, JOSEFINA
BRAVO, JOSEFINA
BRAWNER, JEFFREY
BRAXTON, ANTWAUN
BRAZIER, ALICE V.
BRAZIER, WALTER O.
BRAZIL, DWAYNE ERIC
BREEN, JOHN & THERESA
BREESE, NELLIE L.
BREESE, NELLIE L.
BREESE, NELLIE L.
BREESE POLICE DEPARTMENT
BREESE, REBECCA A.
BRENDEL, ANN
BREWBAKER, LORRIE
BREWER, DARRON
BREWER, EVA M.
BREWSTER, PATRICK
BREWTON, FLOYD
BRIDGES COURT REPORTING
BRIDGEWAY
BRIDGEWAY, INC.
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
BRIGGS, SHERMAN JR.
BRIGHT, HAROLD
BRIMM, DAVID
BRIMMER, LAVANNE
BRINKS HOFER GILSON & LIONE
BRINSON, JEFFREY
BRISENO, VANESSA M.
BRISKI, JOSEPH M.& JOYCE, ENGLAND, ANDREW & ENGLAND, ASHLEY
BRITT, CHRISTINE A.
BROCATO, ARIELLE
BROCATO, CHRISTINA H.
BROCKMAN, BLAKE E.
BROOKHART, BOB
BROOKS, DAMIEN L.
BROOKS, GENESIS
11CV1998
10CV5616
10CV5617
11CV2282
10CV5618
10CV2956
10CV5603
10CC2803
11CV0346
11CV1020
11CV1787
06CV1748
10CV3418
11CC0646
10CV2217
10CV4871
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11CV1155
99CC2140
10CV4901
10CV5385
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10CV1827
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10CC1738
11CV1540
10CV5386
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11CV0017
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10CV5283
09CC2769
10CV4612
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10CV4053
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09CV4721
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10CC0365
10CC2303
10CC2101
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11CC0255
11CC0256
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09CV4917
11CV0926
10CV4977
11CV2117
08CC2934
10CV2507
11CV1907
98CV0093
10CV3575
10CV4247
10CV4246
10CV3139
09CV3293
10CV5688
10CV4646
21 BROOKS, JAMES E.
BROOKS, JAMES H. JR.
BROOKS, KARL
BROOKS, MARIA
BROOKS, MELVIN
BROOKS, OMAR
BROOKS, PERRY
BROOKS, TYRONE E.
BROOME, VINCENT D.
BROUGHTON, KELVIN
BROUTIN, MICHELLE
BROWDER, NICHOLAS
BROWN, ALFONZO
BROWN, ANNETTE
BROWN, ANTHONY, DR.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ASHLEY
BROWN, ASHLEY
BROWN, BILLY K.
BROWN, BILLY K.
BROWN, BRIAN K.
BROWN, CURTIS
BROWN, DANIEL L.
BROWN, DANIELLE
BROWN, DARIUS
BROWN, DARNELL
BROWN, DEBORAH
BROWN, DIANE
BROWN, DOMINIC
BROWN, DRENA
BROWN, ERIC R.
BROWN, GENEVA
BROWN, GWENDOLYN E.
BROWN, JASON
BROWN, JAY
BROWN, JEFFERY
BROWN, JIMMY
BROWN, JOANN
BROWN, JOANN
BROWN, JOHN
BROWN, JONATHAN
BROWN, KERI A.
BROWN, LA SHANDA R. & REED, DIANE
BROWN, LADONNA
BROWN, LOUIS
BROWN, LUTHER
BROWN, LYNN L.
BROWN, MAKEBA M.
BROWN, MARIO
BROWN, MARY ELLEN
BROWN, MATTHEW J.
BROWN, MICHELLE
BROWN, MICHELLE
BROWN, NAOMI
BROWN, NIKKIA
BROWN, PHILLIP
BROWN, PONYA
BROWN, QUEENESTER
BROWN, QUINTIN
BROWN, RANDY
BROWN, RANDY C.
BROWN, RASHAUNN
BROWN, RASHAUNN
BROWN, REBECCA
BROWN, REGINA
BROWN, ROBERT
BROWN, ROILYNN
BROWN, RONALD
BROWN, RONALD D.
BROWN, ROSHANA
BROWN, ROY
BROWN, SAMANTHA N.
BROWN, SHAWN
BROWN, SHEILA R.
BROWN, TASHANNA
09CV3896
10CV5130
10CV4886
11CV1086
06CV1276
11CV0283
10CV4739
10CV5441
09CV2204
03CC0409
10CV1423
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10CV3054
11CV0150
10CC3359
11CC2030
11CC2074
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11CC2079
11CC2080
11CC2081
11CC2082
10CV0911
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10CV2253
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08CV1474
10CV4566
06CV3764
06CV3765
10CV1887
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10CC2946
09CV3785
11CV1526
10CV3939
10CV2046
07CV2455
11CV0385
10CV0752
09CV0696
10CV3787
10CV5331
10CV5368
10CV3770
09CV4763
07CV2488
11CV2323
09CV6073
10CV5332
07CC1109
10CV3140
10CV4978
10CV5517
09CV6375
10CV1369
10CV1627
10CV3419
03CC0812
06CC2962
10CV1964
10CV3314
11CV0118
06CV3128
10CC2997
10CV0826
22 BROWN, TYRONE
BROWN, VICTORIA V.
BROWN, VINCENT E.
BROWN-FULLER, CREDONNA
BROWNING, PHILLIP E.
BROWNLEE, PATRICIA
BRUGGER, DENISE
BRUMLEY, WILLIAM A.
BRUNNER, DONALD D., JR.
BRUNS, THERESA
BRUNT, KARON
BRUZON, ENRIQUE E.
BRYANT, ANDREW
BRYANT, BARBARA A.
BRYANT, DANIELLE
BRYANT, JOHNNY
BRYANT, MELVIN
BRYANT, PATTY LOVE
BRYANT, SAMANTHA
BRYANT, SAMANTHA
BRYANT, SAMANTHA
BRYANT, WINFORD
BUCATARU, GABRIEL
BUCHANAN, ALICIA
BUCKEROO EARLY EDUCATION CENTER, INC.
BUCKLEY, DANA
BUCKNER, MELISSA J.
BUCKNER, MICHAEL
BUD BEHRENDS, LLC
BUDUMASHE, BUYISWA
BUENO, LUIS JR.
BUENO, NOELIA
BUFORD LAW OFFICE, LLC
BUFORD, TANYA
BUFTON, TREVOR
BUGGS, EBONY
BUJOREAN, CONSTANTIN
BULLEY, BRANDON
BULLOCK, ADRELL
BULLOCK, JOHN R.
BULLOCK, PATRICK
BUMILLER, BONNY
BUNCH, ADAM D.
BUNDGARD, GREGORY
BUNKER, NILDA A.
BUNTINAS, ALDONA
BURCH, JOHNNY K.
BURCH, TONYA
BURGDORF, BRYANT
BURGER, MIKE
BURGESS, SHARON R.
BURGESS, VALDES
BURGETT, ELIZABETH M.
BURKA, DEBORAH E.
BURKE, ASHANTI
BURKE, MARTRAIL
BURKHART, TODD Z.
BURKS, GAIL
BURKS, JAMES, MDSC
BURKS, JAMES, MDSC
BURKS, MAXINE
BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY
BURNETT, NADINE
BURNETT, STARLETTE
BURNS, ANTHONY
BURNS, NAKKIA
BURNS, VICTORIA
BURNSIDE, YVETTE
BURNSIDE, YVETTE
BURPEE, HARRY & DELLA, MUSEUM ASSOCIATION
BURRAGE, TRACY
BURRELL, ROBERT
BURRISS, SAMUEL E.
BURROWS, SANDRA
BURTON, BRYANT
BURTON, CANDICE
BURTON, SHARON
BURTON, SIMBA
BURTON, TERRANCE R.
BURTS, ADREAN
BURTS, ADREAN
10CV1667
10CV4454
10CV2313
10CV5235
10CV1496
10CV4649
09CV4333
09CV5322
11CC0688
11CC1355
10CV3507
10CV5620
11CV0151
11CV0018
10CV2508
10CV2628
11CV0297
11CV0208
11CV1858
11CV1859
11CV1860
11CC2829
10CC2129
11CV1133
11CC0716
10CV4947
10CV5216
09CV4139
10CC2344
11CV0834
10CV2784
10CV3861
10CC1163
10CV4902
10CV3315
11CV1289
11CV0284
10CV0312
10CV4342
10CV0338
11CV2918
11CC0755
10CV5498
09CV4573
10CC2781
09CV4388
10CV2609
10CV3736
10CV4298
11CV2817
11CC1430
11CV0794
10CV3550
10CV3142
10CV3177
10CV3681
10CV5761
09CV5393
11CC0457
11CC0458
11CV1627
11CC0729
11CV0588
10CV2509
10CV3178
10CV1830
10CV1831
11CV2042
11CV2917
08CC2636
10CV4455
11CV1178
11CV0795
11CV2759
10CV2219
11CV0954
09CV2780
10CV4137
10CV0207
11CV1041
11CV1042
23 BUSBOOM, BRUCE D.
BUSCH, RAYMOND
BUSCOMM, INC.
BUSH, JEREMIAH
BUSH, JOHN
BUSHONG, LYLE
BUSLER SANITATION SERVICE
BUSSEAN, CHERIE
BUSSIE, RAUFAEL
BUSTER SANITATION SERVICE
BUTITTA BROTHERS AUTOMOTIVE-BELVIDERE
BUTLER, KARLI M.
BUTLER, MARIE
BUTLER, MARVELLA
BUTTS, RENEISHA Q.
BUTTS, TOD L.
BUTYNIEC, WILLIAM
BYARS, HORICIA & FOX, KENDRA
BYAS, SIDNEY
BYCHAWSKI, ARTUR R.
BYRD, AUGUSTA
BYRD, CHRISTINA
BYRD, VIRGINIA
BYTKIVSKA, LYUBOV
C & W BUILDING SERVICES, INC.
C & W BUILDING SERVICES, INC.
CABADA, EMIDIO & MACHADO, JESSICA
CABRERA, ERICA
CABRERA, RICARDO
CABRERA, ROMELIA
CACCIATORE, JOSEPH P., & COMPANY, INC.
CACERES, NELSON A.
CADE, MONIQUE L.
CADELL, SCOTT
CADY, DAVY
CAFLE, VERNON D.
CAHUE, ISRAEL
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11CV0520
11CV0521
10CV3865
10CC0109
10CC3793
11CC0660
11CC0671
11CC1141
11CC1142
11CC1345
11CC1348
11CV2416
11CC0925
10CC0070
10CC1639
10CC1929
10CV1392
10CV3460
11CV0285
10CV0191
29 CLARK, CHARLES H. II
CLARK, CLYDE
CLARK, EILEEN
CLARK, GREGORY
CLARK, JUANITA
CLARK, JUANITA
CLARK. KAREN
CLARK, OLIVIA
CLARK, QUENTIN
CLARK, ROBERTA & CLARK, JANICE
CLARK, SEBASTIAN III
CLARK SECURITY PRODUCTS
CLARK, STEVE
CLARK, TIFFANY A.
CLARK, WALTER
CLARK, WILLIE
CLAUDIO, MARIA Z.
CLAY, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
CLAY, HATTIE
CLAY, LAWONDA
CLAY, RUSSELL D.
CLAY, TINA M.
CLAYBORN, RAMON
CLAYBOURNE, DONNA M.
CLAYTON, KATHRYN J.
CLEANING MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE D/B/A NTP MEDIA
CLEARY, WILLIAM
CLEMENTS, DEONDRAE
CLEMENTS, JASON
CLEMMONS, RASHAD
CLEMMONS, TIFFANY
CLEMON, DARNELL
CLEMONS, DORIS
CLEMONS, JOHNARI
CLEMONS, NATASHA
CLEMONS, SARAH
CLIFF, DETERIOUS
CLINICAL ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE
CLINTON COUNTY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
CLOVER, JOEL R. D/B/A KP'S LAWN SERVICE
COASTAL CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE, INC.
COATS, FLORA
COBB, TERISA
COBBS, MARCUS
COBLE, RENEE
COBURN, MARY
COBUS, ARTURO
CODY, AUDREY & BURNS, MAHOGANY D.;& DARDEN, SHEMIA
CODY, CATHLEEN
COFER, TERI L
COFFEY, BRANDON S.
COGGS, JOHN
COHEN, CHRISTOPHER B
COHEN, LAWRENCE M.
COKER, THOM D.
COLBY, SUSAN
COLE, ALEXANDER
COLE, BETTY
COLE, CURTIS
COLE, ESSIE V.
COLE, ESSIE V.
COLE, LAKECIA
COLE, MICHAEL
COLEBAR, BRANDON C.
COLEMAN, ANDREW C.
COLEMAN, BARBARA
COLEMAN, CHARLES
COLEMAN, CORNELIUS & BROWN, JACQUELINE B.
COLEMAN, DIONTE
COLEMAN, DOMINIQUE
COLEMAN, JANICE M.
COLEMAN, KHIARA
COLEMAN, RACHELLE
COLEMAN, RONALD
COLES, ANNIE
COLES, GLENN E.
COLEY, ESHE
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
09CV5395
10CV4085
11CV0152
11CV1293
11CV1827
11CV2554
10CV3461
09CV5516
09CV5570
10CV3625
11CC2031
10CC2974
10CV3866
11CC2697
10CV2372
09CC2968
08CV1904
10CC0550
09CV5496
10CV5689
11CV1249
10CV2049
10CV5628
10CV2858
10CV5465
10CC2905
08CV4914
10CV4512
07CV2687
10CV5016
11CC1823
10CV2314
10CV4825
09CV3363
11CV1370
09CV3213
09CV5325
11CC3259
10CC2678
11CC0557
98CC1300
09CV3825
07CV2492
11CV1371
09CV4686
08CC0163
11CV2209
09CV0863
08CV0833
10CV5690
10CV0674
10CV4650
11CC2199
11CC0640
11CV0755
10CV4165
08CV2471
10CV5218
11CV3466
10CV5349
11CV1861
08CV6294
10CV1108
09CV5716
11CV3006
10CV5350
10CC3464
10CV0605
10CV3180
10CV0969
10CV2859
10CV4500
11CV0019
11CV0477
11CV0712
08CV1746
10CV4651
10CC3929
10CC3933
10CC3936
10CC3937
30 COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLLAGUAZO, DORA
COLLAZO, DAVID
COLLIER, CHARLENE
COLLINS, ALSUSIA, COLLINS, PALARIO & COLLINS, BRITTANIE B.
COLLINS, ANGELINE
COLLINS, CHRISTOPHER T.
COLLINS, DARRON
COLLINS, DON
COLLINS, DONNA
COLLINS, KEVIN & COOPER, DIANE
COLLINS, SHAEVON M.
COLLINS, STEPHANIE INDIVIDUAL AND AS INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATOR OF THE
COLLINSVILLE CARE CENTER
COLMAN, KEILA; & COLLINS, RUSSELL
COLOHUA, LOURDES & GARCIA, GIL
COLON, ADAM
COLONE, THERESA
COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO
COLWELL, JAMES R.
COLWELL, JAMES R.
COLWELL, SUSAN
COLYER, OTILIA M. N/K/A ANDERSON, OTILIA M.
COM MICROFILM COMPANY, INC.
COMEFORD, JOSEPH P.
COMET MESSENGER SERVICE, INC.
COMFORT INN
COMFORT INN
COMFORT INN OF METROPOLIS
COMISKEY, BLAKE
COMMERCE TRUST COMPANY
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE CORPORATION
COMMONS, MARY
COMMONS, MARY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMUNIT WORKSHOP & TRAINING CENTER, INC.
COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVES ILLINOIS
COMMUNITY FIRST BANK OF THE HEARTLAND
COMMUNITY RESOURCE, INC.
COMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMPUTER PRODUCTS & SUPPLIES
COMPUTER PRODUCTS & SUPPLIES
CONFORME, CARMEN L.
CONLEY, RAYCHELLE
CONN, BRUCE
CONNELL, BOYD
10CC3938
10CC3944
10CC3945
10CC3946
10CC3943
10CV0426
09CV4625
10CV4597
10CV2288
10CV4065
09CV1202
11CV0069
10CC2171
11CV1685
07CC2729
11CV0927
08CC0786
03CC3102
10CV3342
09CV0188
10CV4962
10CV2786
10CC0347
10CV3672
10CV3983
10CV1135
07CC2920
11CC1246
11CV1427
11CC2510
10CC0915
10CC1591
09CC2246
10CC2373
10CC2764
11CC1012
10CV1862
10CV1863
09CC1644
10CC2033
10CC2034
10CC2035
10CC2036
10CC2037
10CC3547
10CC3548
10CC3549
10CC3550
10CC3551
10CC3552
10CC3553
10CC3554
10CC3555
10CC3556
10CC3558
10CC3559
10CC3560
10CC3561
10CC3562
11CC0885
11CC0888
11CC0906
11CC1687
11CC1688
11CC1689
11CC1692
11CC1693
11CC1694
11CC1695
11CC1696
09CC1572
10CC0337
10CC2384
10CC2212
11CC1690
11CC1044
11CC1045
11CV0153
11CV0478
11CC0189
10CV5602
31 CONNELL, THOMAS
CONNER, JEANNIE
CONNER, JERMAINE
CONNORS, JANET M.
CONSIDINE-BRECHON, DAWN
CONSIDINE-BRECHON, DAWN
CONTECH MSI COMPANY
CONTECH MSI COMPANY
CONTECH MSI COMPANY
CONTECH MSI COMPANY
CONTINENTIAL REPORTING SERVICE, INC.
CONTRERAS, ARMANDO
CONTRERAS, BEATRIZ
CONTRERAS, IGNACIA
CONTRERAS, IGNACIA
CONTRERAS, JUAN T.
CONTRERAS, RIGOBERTO JR.
CONTRERAS, RIGOBERTO SR.
CONTRERAS, RUBEN
CONWAY, TERRENCE
COOK, COUNTY OF, RECORDER OF DEEDS
COOK, LOIS L.
COOK, MICHAEL A.
COOK, ROBERT C.
COOK, SHAI-TAN L & SARA J
COOK, TRAVIS E,
COOKE, MICHAEL
COOK'S DIRECT, INC.
COOKS, JERMAINE
COOKS, NATHAN
COOLER, SUSAN
COOLEY, CHRISTINE M.
COOLEY, JANES A.
COOPER, ANTON D.
COOPER, BOBBIE
COOPER, DARRELL
COOPER, HOWARD
COOPER, JAMES V.
COOPER, RANDELL JR.
COOPERWOOD, QUDON
COOPERWOOD, SYLVIA
COPELAND, STEPHEN
COPPAGE, LAWRENCE T.
CORBETT, JAMES JR.
CORBIN, FRACEY A.
CORCORAN, THOMAS F.
CORDELL, DR GEOFFREY A
COREL CORPORATION
COREY, DAWN
CORNEILS, NICHOLAS
CORNELL, JOSEPH
CORNERSTONE SERVICES, INC.
CORNERSTONE SERVICES, INC.
CORONADO, FRANCISCA
CORPORATE EXPRESS
CORRADO, SANDRA
CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
CORRIGAN COMPANY
CORTES, GEORGINA G
CORTES-BRUSH, NATALIE A.
CORTEZ, CHRISTINA
CORTEZ, DENISE
CORTEZ, HUGO E.
CORTEZ, MOISES
CORTINA, JESUS
CORZINE, NICK B.
COSSEY, ELLIOTT
COSTELLO, DORA
COSTELLO, GENEVIEVE
COTTON, KENNETH
COTTON, TAMERA
COUGHLIN, GREGORY
COUNTRY FINANCIAL INSURANCE A/S/O LITTLE VALLEY COMPANY
COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
COUNTRYSIDE ASSOCIATION FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
COUNTY OFFICE SUPPLY
COURTS, DEJUAN
COURVILLE, VINCENT L.
COUSETT, IESHA
COUSINS, MACK
09CV6244
10CV5236
10CV4211
11CC0424
10CC1281
10CC1282
10CC2640
10CC3382
11CC0852
11CC1472
10CC2495
10CV4024
11CV3257
10CV4375
10CV4376
10CV2610
10CV5285
11CV0536
11CV1950
09CV0107
11CC2776
11CV0812
10CV3626
10CV2051
10CC1215
10CV5120
11CV1909
11CC2523
10CV5763
10CV2535
07CV0626
10CV5691
11CV0221
10CV2289
10CV4086
11CV2904
09CV4809
09CV1049
10CV1540
10CV0049
08CV6246
10CV3627
10CV5534
10CV4581
10CV3016
10CV5764
09CC2387
10CC3010
10CV5414
10CV2435
11CV2495
11CC1019
11CC1822
11CV0222
10CC1806
08CV0789
11CC0709
10CC0979
09CC2774
10CV4635
10CC1098
10CV0863
10CV5053
11CV1686
11CV2387
11CC2807
09CV3537
11CV2192
11CV0729
10CV2513
10CV4722
09CV6379
10CC3858
11CC0395
11CC0485
11CC0923
10CC0896
09CV4967
11CV0853
10CV2078
10CV4703
32 COUTTS, KEVIN
COVARRUBIAS, JORGE
COVINGTON & BURLING, LLP
COWAN, SHINNETTE
COWANS, CARL A. JR.
COWART, CHARLES
COWART, POLYNESIA
COWENS, ASHTON
COX, ANTHONY
COX, GLORIA
COX, LADDIE
COY, KRISTOPHER
COY, MATTHEW A.
COZZIE, WILLIAM T.
CRAGUE, JACK D.
CRAIG, DIANA
CRAIG, ELIJAH
CRAIG, JEANETTE MARIE
CRAIG, SANTIAGO G.
CRAIG, STEPHEN
CRAMER, MARY LOU
CRAMER, RICHARD
CRAMER, RICHARD JR.
CRANE, MAGGIE
CRANE, NANCY
CRANE, ROBERT & JOHNSON, DENISE
CRAWFORD, ANTONIO
CRAWFORD, BERNICE
CRAWFORD, COUNTY OF, HEALTH DEPARTMENT
CRAWFORD, JEREMY
CRAWFORD, KIMBERLY
CRAWFORD, MILDRED A.
CRAWFORD, PEGGY D.
CRAWFORD, TERESA
CREGAN, JAMES
CREGAN, PATRICK SR.
CRENSHAW, MADALYNN
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
CREW, JENNIFER R
CRIPE, DORIE
CRISP, DAVID L. JR.
CRISP, DAVID L. SR.
CRISSIE-SHAKIN, MARIE
CRISSIE-SHAYKIN, MARIE
CRISSIE-SHAYKIN, MARIE
CRISSIE-SHAYKIN, MARIE
CRNJAK, PETER
CROCKETT, COLLEEN
CROCKETT, COLLEEN
CROCKETT, SHARON
CROCKETT, TANIYA
CROESSMANN WHOLESALE, INC.
CROFTON, SHANIA
CRONIN, ANDREW
CROSBY, PAMELA S.; & SEAY, JAMES
CROSS, JOSHUA
CROSS, MARK B.
CROSS, ROCKSHAWN
CROSSROADS COALITION
CROSSROADS FORD TRUCK SALES, INC.
CROWDER, CLIFTON
CROWDER, LAVORA
CROWE HORWATH
CROWE, JANA L.
CROWELL, KENNETH L.
CROWLEY, MARY E.
CROWLEY, TONYA
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.; ET AL.
CROWTHER, TARA
CRUIKSHANK, HARRY L
07CV6380
11CV2155
11CC0711
09CV6441
11CC0850
08CV5870
11CV1629
11CV0986
10CV2862
10CV5729
10CV4250
10CV4768
10CV3362
10CV1343
01CV1756
10CC3750
09CV1798
09CV3233
10CV3646
08CV5510
11CV1187
10CC3383
10CV3033
10CV3420
11CV2650
10CV4343
10CV5605
10CV0545
10CC0641
11CV2496
10CV5268
11CV0209
11CV1688
11CV0247
11CV2439
10CV2080
09CV5475
10CV0414
10CV0415
10CV1541
10CV1729
11CC1975
10CV3961
11CV0224
11CV0223
11CC0337
11CC0336
11CC0338
11CC0339
09CV5924
10CV5161
10CV5388
11CV3513
11CV0730
11CC0069
10CV4015
10CV2596
10CV2436
11CV0467
06CV2565
11CV1392
11CC0773
11CC0727
11CV1562
08CV0008
11CC1238
09CV5590
08CV5946
10CV4598
11CV0286
03CV1336
05CC1657
05CC3346
06CC0164
06CC2007
06CC2008
06CC2009
07CC2954
06CC2149
10CV4118
09CC2955
33 CRUM, TIMOTHY J. JR.
CRUMP, EULAINA
CRUMP, KATHY
CRUMP, STEPHANIE
CRUMP, TARRANCE L.
CRUSADER COMMUNITY
CRUSE, WAYNE
CRUZ, EILEEN HARPER & PURTELL, DAWN
CRUZ, HUGO
CRUZ, JUAN
CRUZ, MICHAEL
CRUZ, MIGUEL
CRUZ, RUBEN
CRUZ, TABITHA
CUENCA, HOMER
CUEVAS, MARIA
CULLEN ELECTRIC COMPANY
CULVERSON, OMOTIYA
CUMBERLAND ASSOCIATES
CUMBERLAND ASSOCIATES
CUMBERWORTH, MARCUS D.
CUMMINGS, JOHN
CUMMINGS, KEVIN
CUMMINS MID-SOUTH, LLC
CUMMINS, SHON G. CUMMINS THAD M.
CUNNINGHAM, ARTILIA
CUNNINGHAM CHILDRENS HOME, INC.
CUNNINGHAM CHILDRENS HOME, INC.
CUNNINGHAM, LAURA
CURRIE, CAMERON
CURTIS, DEMARCUS
CURTIS, DOLL
CURTIS, DONALD E.
CURTIS, EARLEAN
CURTIS, EARLEAN & CURTIS, DOLL
CURTIS, EARLEAN & CURTIS, DOLL
CURTIS, GERRI
CURTIS, THOMAS G.
CUSACK, DAVID R.
CUSIMANO, MICHAEL A.
CUSUMANO-CHRISTIAN, NATALIE
CUTHBERT, DAVID W. JR.
CUTRELL, CYNTHIA
CYSTIC FIBROSIS SERVICES, INC.
CZARNECKI, MARK
CZERWINSKA, KRYSTYNA
CZESAK, MELVIN
CZIBOR, LISA F.
CZOPEK, ALLEN
D. M. MATTSON, INC.
D R PEDEN FIRE PROTECTION, INC.
DABBS, GREG
DABNEY, CURTIS
DABROWSKI, WILHEM A.
DACANAY, PENNY
DACZEWITZ, SHERREE; ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF DACZEWITZ, JOSHUA
DADE, ANGELA
DAGNER, WILLIAM M.
DAHISTROM DISPLAY, INC.
DAHL, MICHELLE
DAI, QINHUI
DALE, CHARLETTA
DALE, MARTESA
DALLAS, KRISTY
DALMARES PRODUCE, INC.
DALMARES PRODUCE, INC.
DALOF, HARRY
DANDRIDGE, JERRY
DANESHEVAR, ELHAM
DANGERFIELD, ASHLEY
DANIEL, JAMES M.
DANIELS, CEANDRA L.
DANIELS, COREY
DANIELS, HUBERT T.
DANIELS, KENYADA & POWELL, DIANE
DANIELS, LISA
DANIELS, SANDRA
DANIELS, SHEILA
DANKA FINANCIAL SERVICES
DANNER, BARBARA
DANZY, YVONNE P.
10CV3910
10CV1305
11CV1428
10CV5519
10CV4723
10CC1656
06CV2847
10CV1785
10CV5692
11CV1250
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10CV2630
10CV4025
11CV2578
10CV1452
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10CC1926
10CV4742
10CC0655
10CC0656
09CV5429
10CV2394
10CV5731
09CC1024
11CC2828
10CV2144
09CC2324
10CC2740
10CV3094
10CV3239
10CV4066
11CV0522
10CC2104
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10CV4805
10CV4806
07CV3619
09CV1001
10CV3844
11CV1630
11CC0332
10CV1559
06CC0411
10CC3042
08CV3413
10CV2373
11CV0901
10CC3301
10CV3551
10CC3659
10CC3031
11CC0405
10CV5252
11CV2440
08CV5830
06CC2790
09CC1296
11CV1474
10CC2605
10CV4546
10CV3034
07CV1372
10CV1712
10CV3647
10CC3025
10CC3044
10CV3380
10CV5500
11CV3768
11CV0154
07CV0818
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10CV4087
11CV0155
10CV2707
11CV4537
10CC1328
10CC1452
11CC1980
10CV0339
34 DAPRON, DANNY L.
DARLING, REBECCA
DARRIS, JOYCE
DARUGHTERY, ROSE
DAUM, WILLIAM III
DAVAASUREN, TSERENDORJ
DAVAULT, NICKLOS E.
DAVENPORT, ANDREW T. & DAVENPORT, TABETHA S.
DAVENPORT, CLYDE JR.
DAVENPORT, JOHNNY
DAVENPORT, ROCHELLE
DAVENPORT, SCOT A.
DAVIDSON, KYLE
DAVIDSON, LAWRENCE
DAVILA, FIDELIA
DAVILA, MICHAEL
DAVILA, SANDRA
DAVIS, AMBER R.
DAVIS, ANTHONY; & DAVIS, CHERISE
DAVIS, ANTIONE
DAVIS, ANTWON
DAVIS, ANTYON J.
DAVIS, BEATRICE
DAVIS, BRENDA L.
DAVIS, CARLOS
DAVIS, CHARLES L. JR.
DAVIS, CLARENCE
DAVIS, COREY
DAVIS, CORTEZ
DAVIS, CRAIG
DAVIS, DAISY D.
DAVIS, D'ANDRE
DAVIS, DELORES
DAVIS, DOMINIC
DAVIS, DOUGLAS
DAVIS, EDDIE JR.
DAVIS, ERIC
DAVIS, GERALD
DAVIS, HOLLYE
DAVIS, JACQUELINE
DAVIS, JACQUELINE & DAVIS, MARK A
DAVIS, JANET
DAVIS, JOHN M. JR.
DAVIS, JONATHAN
DAVIS, JOSHUA
DAVIS, JUAN
DAVIS, KATHY
DAVIS, KEITH
DAVIS, KORY
DAVIS, LARRELLE E.
DAVIS, LARRY
DAVIS, LARRY
DAVIS, LEESHAR
DAVIS, LISA
DAVIS, LORENDA
DAVIS, MARCUS A.
DAVIS, MARY
DAVIS, MARY C.
DAVIS, MELANIE
DAVIS, MICHELLE
DAVIS, MICHELLE
DAVIS, MICHELLE
DAVIS, NINDALE
DAVIS, PATRICIA K.
DAVIS, PRINCE
DAVIS, QUINTON
DAVIS, REGINALD
DAVIS, ROBERT
DAVIS, STACY
DAVIS, STELLA
DAVIS, TONY J.
DAVIS-MARTIN, SINEAD
DAWKINS, CARL W. JR.
DAWSON, MICHAEL
DAWSON, OLIVER D.
DAWSON-STEWART, SUE
DAY, JERMAINE W.
DE BERRY, NATASHA
DE BOSE, MICHAEL D. JR.
DE CARREON, MASSIEL
DE CLERCK, HOLLY
11CV1563
11CC1347
09CV6313
10CV3715
11CV0523
11CV1022
08CV6377
10CV3363
10CV3790
05CV4371
08CV6196
11CV0039
10CV2598
10CV4138
10CV5162
10CV5624
10CV1672
10CV2861
10CV3181
08CV5281
09CV1182
10CV4743
07CV1615
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11CV0120
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10CC3300
10CV4792
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10CV5560
11CV2044
11CV0408
11CV3937
09CV2534
08CV5428
10CV4963
10CV3462
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10CV3316
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10CV4377
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10CV5520
10CV0827
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10CV2918
10CV5401
09CV4201
10CV5661
10CV4300
08CV1944
11CC0559
11CV2194
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06CV4673
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10CV3036
10CV3962
10CV5132
35 DE CORREVONT, DANIEL J.
DE FRANCISCO, CARLOS
DE GRADO, JUSTINA M.
DE GRAZIO, JENNA
DE HARO, VICTOR
DE LA CRUZ, KIMBERLY
DE LA HAZA, RICHARD
DE LA PENA, ARNULFO
DE LA PENA, ARNULFO
DE LA ROSA, CRYZITA
DE LA TORRE, J. CRUZ
DE LAZARO, JORGE ARRIAGA
DE PATIE, JUDY
DE VOSS, LORI
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11CV1632
41 FAST ENTERPRISES, LLC
FAST ENTERPRISES, LLC
FASTECH SERVICES, INC.
FASULA, KIMBERLY
FATEMI, GHAZALA
FAULKNER, MICHAEL
FAULKNER, STEVE
FAVELA, MARIA
FAWCETT, SHREAN & FAWCETT, CASEY
FAYETTE, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
FEDERATED BANK
FEGGINS, LEABUA L.
FELDER, ANTHONY
FELDMAN, BRAD
FELDMEIER, NEIL G.
FELLS, JUJUAN L.
FELTEN, KENNETH
FELTON, KEVIN
FERGUS, MELISSA
FERGUSON, DIONE D.
FERNANDEZ, JOSE
FERNANDEZ, JUAN & SUAREZ, SANDRA
FERNANDEZ, REY J.
FERNANDEZ, TONY
FERNANDEZ-RUBLE, PAMELA
FERRELLGAS
FERRICK, JOHN
FERRIS, STEVE W.
FERRO, JANE
FETTERER, SAMANTHA
FIAONI, CORY
FIELDMAN, SHELLEY
FIELDS, HENIKEN
FIELDS, JOHN
FIELDS, LAUREN J.
FIELDS, NATHSON EDGAR
FIELDS, RODNEY
FIELDS, TAMECA
FIELDS, WALTER
FIERROS, EDER
FIFTH STREET PARTNERSHIP
FIGUEROA, ALVARDO A.
FIGUEROA, DAVID
FIGUEROA, GABRIEL
FIGUEROA, GILBERTO
FIGUEROA MARIO
FIGUEROA, PEDRO
FIGUEROA, RAUL
FIKES, ARMELLA
FINCH, ASHLEY
FINISH LINE FORD
FINLEY, RODRICK
FINNEY. BENJAMIN H
FIORENZO, JOHN J.
FIORI, ELIZABETH
FIORITO, CARL
FIRDAUSI, MOHAMMED
FIRESIDE WEST OF DELAWARE, LLC D/B/A HILTON LISLE/NAPERVILLE
FIRST ELECTRIC MOTOR SHOP, INC.
FISCHER, CHRISTINA
FISHER, ALICIA
FISHER, DENNARIUS
FISHER, JOYCE A.
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
FITCH, RUTHYE
FITZGERALD, WENDY L.
FITZPATRICK, DONNELL
FIVE STAR SERVICES, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
10CC3809
11CC0134
11CC0480
11CV1295
11CC0723
10CV4948
03CV0940
10CV4456
11CC1086
10CC0899
10CC3074
10CV3057
11CV0425
11CV1527
11CV3007
11CV0797
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10CV4457
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10CV4850
09CV3965
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09CV5075
10CC2904
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09CV0487
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10CC1973
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11CV1502
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10CC2990
10CV3985
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10CV1897
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10CV5055
10CV5627
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11CV3195
09CC2113
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10CV3794
09CV5675
11CC1769
10CC2522
10CC3941
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10CC2442
11CV1566
11CC1257
11CC0186
11CC0187
11CC0634
11CC0635
11CC1290
11CC1955
11CC2221
07CC3261
10CV5403
10CV0642
10CC3062
10CC2401
10CC2402
10CC2403
10CC2404
10CC2412
10CC2415
10CC2416
42 F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
F.J. MURPHY & SON, INC.
FLAGG, VANESSA
FLAKES, BRIDGETT
FLAKES, GIRTHA L.
FLATT, NICHOLAS
FLEETWOOD, JEREMY D.
FLEISHER, HELEN Z.
FLEMING, MICHELLE
FLEMING, NECOLE
FLEMING, VERNELL
FLEMINGS, MARVIN
FLOOD, TIMOTHY
FLORA, DONNELL
FLORENCE, MICHELLE M.
FLORES, ALFREDO
FLORES, CHRISTOPHER
FLORES, ERIC
FLORES, JESUS M.
FLORES, JOSE A.
FLORES, JOSE J.
FLORES, KEVIN
FLORES, MARCELA
FLORES, NORMA
FLORES, NORMA & HERNANDEZ, RICARDO
FLORES, ROSE MARIE
FLOWER GARDEN DAYCARE
FLOWERS, BOBBY JOE
FLOWERS, LEONARD JR.
FLOWERS, LEONARD JR.
FLOYD, LASHONDA
FLOYD, LASHONDA D.
FLOYD, LUCILLE
FLOYD, MARVIN
FLUKER, YVONNE R.
FOERSTER, REBEKAH
FOILES, ROBERT
FOLEY, COLLEEN
FOLEY, MICHAEL S.
FOLK, CHRISTOPHER
FOLLETT'S KKC BOOKSTORE
FOLTA, ADAM
FOMBY, CHRISTOPHER
FONDREN, RONNY
FONTANA, SHIRLEY A.
FOOT & ANKLE ASSOCIATES
FORAL, BRIAN S.
FORD & HARRISON, LLP
FORD, BOBBIE JEAN
FORD, DOROTHY
FORD, IVAN M.
FORD, JAMES K. JR.
FORD, LILLIE
FORD, MONA
FORD SQUARE OF MT. VERNON, LTD.
FOREMAN, KAREN L.
FOREMAN, ROBERT G.
FOREST PARK MEDICAL CLINIC
FOREST PARK MEDICAL CLINIC
FORESTA, ANTHONY F.
FORMELLA, JOHN
FORMS DESIGN PLUS/COLEMAN PRINTING COMPANY
FORSETH, DOUGLAS J.
FORSYTH, ROBERT J II
FORT, LARRY
FORYS, VICTOR A.
FOSSEY, STEPHANIE
FOSTER, ANTHONY
FOSTER, BEA E.
FOSTER, MARIA
FOSTER, MARIA F.
FOSTER, MARY
FOSTER, TATIANNA
FOSTER, TODD
FOSTER, XAVIER; & BROWN, LATORIA M.
FOUCHIA ANDREA
FOUNTAIN, RICKY
FOUTE, JOHN D.
FOUTS, KATHY
FOWLER, GLADYS A.
FOWLER, KARLENE
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11CV0635
11CV2075
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11CC0451
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09CV2067
10CC2970
10CV4380
09CV3932
11CV2443
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10CC3008
10CV1810
10CC3883
11CV0932
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10CV4381
11CV0958
10CV5237
11CV0813
10CC2685
10CV1373
11CV0227
10CC3834
10CC3842
11CV1255
09CV1757
04CC1285
11CV0381
11CC0617
10CV3188
11CC2316
11CC1611
10CC3795
11CV1828
11CV0757
10CV5091
10CV3344
10CV2791
08CV4273
09CV4845
03CC5011
10CV4618
10CV4793
11CC0179
09CV6203
10CV3580
43 FOWLER, TALEESHA
FOWLKES, MICHELLE C,
FOX, ANDRE
FOX, DENICO
FOX, ERNEST A., III
FOX, FERRO
FOX RIVER FOODS, INC.
FOX, ROBERT
FOX VALLEY FIRE & SAFETY COMPANY, INC.
FOX VALLEY FIRE & SAFETY COMPANY, INC.
FOX VALLEY VETERINARY HOSP. PC
FRADE-PEREZ, OCTAVIO R.
FRANCIS, LLOYD R. IV
FRANCO, JOSE
FRANK, CANAAN
FRANKLIN, BELBIN
FRANKLIN, BRENDA
FRANKLIN, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
FRANKLIN, DEANTRELL
FRANKLIN, HAROLD O.
FRANKLIN, MARY
FRANKLIN, MICHAEL
FRANKLIN, MICHAEL
FRANKLIN, OLIVER E.
FRANKLIN, RITA
FRANKLIN, TYREE
FRANKLIN, TYRONE
FRANKLIN-JOHNSON, VERSIE
FRANKLIN-WILLIAMSON BI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
FRANTAL, WENDY A.
FRASER, JOSHUA
FRAZIER, JARVIS
FREE, CHRISTOPHER J.
FREEBORN & PETERS, LLP.
FREEBORN & PETERS, LLP
FREEMAN, ALONZO
FREEMAN, BRANDE
FREEMAN, CAROL
FREEMAN, ERNEST JR.
FREEMAN, JAMES
FREESMEYER, JASON L.
FRETT, BRIGITTE A.
FRICKS, CLARENCE
FRIEDEN, MICHAEL K.
FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY
FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY
FRISCH, RENEE
FRITTS, JACK
FROEMEL, RACHEL
FROST, CHRISTI LYNN
FROST, CHRISTI M.
FROST, KATHERINE
FRUGO, JOHN T. JR.
FRUSTINI, ROBERT P.
FRY, BRYAN
FUENTES, ANTONIO
FUENTES, ENRIQUE GARCIA
FUENTES, MARIA
FUENTES, VERONICA
FUENTES, VICTORINO JR.
FULCHER, SYLVESTER
FULCHER, SYLVESTER
FULLER, D'ANDRE
FULLER, DAVID
FULLER, VICTOR L.
FULLERTON, ANDREW J.
FULLILOVE, DOROTHY
FULLILOVE, FRANK
FULLINGTON, BRANDON D.
FULOP, HANNAH
FUMBANKS, RASHAUN
FUNCHES, ALFORD
FUNCHES, PATRICIA
FUNCHES, TATANISHA
FUNCHES, VIVIAN
FUNNEMAN, III, DONALD S.
FURNELL, HARVEY
GA PRECISION
GABELHAUSEN, DAYLEE B.
GAC, MARK
GAINES, ALVIN
10CV4827
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08CC1637
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11CC2280
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11CC0808
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10CV2438
10CC3975
11CV0021
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09CV6139
10CV3555
11CV0592
10CV2996
11CV0301
11CV0814
10CC3906
11CC2223
09CV0115
11CV3537
07CV0373
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11CV3034
10CV3773
10CV5523
10CV0577
08CV3126
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10CV5355
10CV4425
10CV4212
10CV0784
10CV4930
11CC1405
10CV4251
10CV4842
11CV1545
44 GAINES, JEFFREY
10CV3464
GALAN, EPIGMENIO
11CV2393
GALAVIZ, JOSE SR.
10CV4548
GALDIKAS, JAMES HANSEN, CATHERINE HEDGSPETH, CAROL JOHNSON, ERNESTINE: 02CC2854
GALES, ANTHONY W.
10CV0876
GALESBURG ELECTRIC IND/SUPPLY, INC.
10CC3616
GALETTI, YVETTE
10CV3631
GALINDO, BLANCA M.
10CV3525
GALLARZO, JOSE L.
11CV1233
GALLATIN, COUNTY OF, TREASURE
10CC0781
GALLAUER, JOHN A.
10CV1731
GALLAWAY, COLLEEN E.
11CV1192
GALLEGOS, CARLOS
10CV4518
GALLEGOS, DAVID
10CV5033
GALLEGOS, FREDDIE
10CV2716
GALLEGOS, JABEL
11CV1934
GALLET, CHRISTOPHER
09CV6106
GALLOWAY, ARMOND
10CV4931
GALLOWAY, SUSAN M.
01CV2306
GALLS AN ARAMARK COMPANY, LLC
10CC2488
GALTNEY, CYNTHIA
10CV2612
GALVAN, BEATRIZ
10CV3673
GALVAN, JAIME
08CV4490
GALVAN, JUAN
11CV1430
GALVEZ, HUMBERTO
11CV0686
GAMBLE, FLOYD B.
10CV3648
GAMEZ, LUIS
04CV2454
GAMEZ-RODRIGUEZ, BELINDA
11CV2924
GAMEZ-RODRIGUEZ, BELINDA
11CV3909
GANDHI, SIMA
10CV4303
GANNELLO, PAUL
11CV1503
GANNETT FLEMING, INC.
11CC3419
GANO, SHAWN
10CV4401
GAONA, YADIRA
11CV2077
GARCIA, ADAM
10CV0975
GARCIA, ANNABELLA
08CV2960
GARCIA, BANESA
08CV6300
GARCIA, BELINDA
10CV1114
GARCIA, CIRO
10CV5732
GARCIA, DAVID A.
11CV1159
GARCIA, ERIK
10CV3674
GARCIA, ERNESTO JR.
10CV4142
GARCIA, ESPERANZA
11CV0564
GARCIA, ESTEBAN
11CV1735
GARCIA, GERALDO JR.
10CV4459
GARCIA, GUADALUPE & GARCIA, PATRICIA
08CV5514
GARCIA, HERIBERTO
10CV3943
GARCIA, ISAIAS
10CV4071
GARCIA, ISRAEL
08CV3127
GARCIA, JESSICA
08CV5986
GARCIA, JORGE
10CV2105
GARCIA, JOSE M.
10CV1720
GARCIA, JOSE R.
11CC1506
GARCIA, LUIS
11CV2271
GARCIA, LUIS
11CV2370
GARCIA, MANUEL
10CV4794
GARCIA, MANUELA
10CV3382
GARCIA, NATALIE
10CV3367
GARCIA, NOELIA; &CORONA, ALBERTO
09CV4901
GARCIA, ROLANDO
10CV2635
GARCIA, RUBY
10CV4358
GARCIA, TIRZO
10CV3190
GARCIA, TOMAS
10CV5607
GARCIA, VICTOR
11CV1297
GARCIA-GAWLIK, CARMEN I.
10CV5058
GARDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
10CC1884
GARDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
10CC1885
GARDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
10CC1886
GARDEA, GONZALO
10CV5706
GARDLEY, JEROME
10CV3846
GARDNER, DESIREE
11CV0687
GARDNER, DON E.
10CV1865
GARDNER, EARL
09CV2486
GARDNER, HAROLD
09CV3605
GARDNER, MARCUS P.
11CV1257
GARDNER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC., INC.
10CC2888
GARDNER, RODRICK
10CV4549
GARDNER, ROY D.
10CV4070
GARDNER, STEVEN L.
10CV5563
GARDUNO, ESTHER
10CV2052
GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
11CC0214
45 GAREDA DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES, INC.
GARLAND, ANTHONY
GARLITS, PHOENIX
GARLOVSKY, ELIZABETH
GARLOVSKY, ELIZABETH
GARLOVSKY, ELIZABETH
GARMON, JESSE C
GARNER, KEITH
GARRETT, ANDRE
GARRETT, CANDACE
GARRETT, MARTY
GARRETTE, WILBERT
GARRON, TORI & RAMEY, GINA
GARTNER, CARA
GARY MANUFACTURING, INC.
GARZA, CYNTHIA
GARZA-COUCH, SANDRA
GASCA, FERNANDO
GASKILL, RYAN
GASTON, ARLENE
GASTON, SAQUANE
GASTROENTEROLOGY CONSULT OF LIBERTYVILLE
GATES, ALDEN L.
GATES, MARCIA
GATES, MARCIA L.
GATEWAY FOUNDATION
GATEWAY FOUNDATION
GATEWAY FOUNDATION
GATICA, RENE
GATLIN, MICHAEL ANGELO
GATLIN, RANDY
GAUNTY, STEVEN A.
GAVIETA, RODION
GAYE, ABRAHAM
GAYFIELD, BEULAH
GAYTAN, CINTHIA
GEARY, JAMES E. JR.
GEBRMARIAM, SAMSON
GEE, NICOLE
GEE, NICOLE
GEE, NICOLE
GEE, PATRICK
GEENEN, BRIDGET
GELBUDA, LAURA A.
GELLER, JEFFREY
GELLER, JEFFREY
GENE FUNK'S MORRIS TRAILER SALES, INC.
GENERAL CASUALTY COMPANY A/S/O RP LUMBER COMPANY
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
GENTRY, JUSTIN C.
GENTRY, MARLINA
GEORGE E. RYDMAN & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
GEORGE, OLASOMI
GERGANS, GREGORY A., M.D.
GERMANN, ANTHONY
GERMANTOWN EGG FARM
GERMANY, LYNETTE
GERMBUSTERS
GERSKY, CYNTHIA
GERVACIO, JOSE
GETRONICSWANG COMPANY, LLC
GETTER, ANTHONY
GETTY, ALEXANDER
GETZ FIRE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
GIACOMAZZO, PETER
GIACOMETTI, ELEANOR L.
GIBBONS, CHRISTOPHRER W.
GIBBS, ASHLEY
GIBBS, GARY L.
GIBBS, LINDSEY
GIBSON, GEORGIA
GIBSON, GEORGIA
GIBSON, KENNETH L.
GIBSON, LINDA
GIBSON, LUTRECIA
GIBSON, NICHOLE
GIBSON, NICHOLE
11CC0292
10CV4619
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10CV4403
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01CC2009
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10CC2043
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07CV2012
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06CC3370
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11CC0443
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07CC0516
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11CC2786
10CC3973
06CV2818
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10CV5168
09CV5078
09CV5116
46 GIBSON, ROBERT A. III
GIL, KRYSTYNA
GILBERT, MATTIE
GILBERT, OMARR
GILBERT-FIELDS, GLENDA D.
GILDERSLEEVE, MELISSA I.
GILDON, DENISE
GILFORD, TONY
GILL, CHERISE M.
GILL, CHERISE M.
GILL, JOHN
GILLESPIE, BRENDA
GILLESPIE, JOANNE
GILLOM, NONA
GILLS, LASHONDA
GILMORE, ESTHER LEE
GILMORE, JULIE R.
GILMORE, TERRY
GILMORE, ZACHARY
GILMORE, ZACHARY L.
GINGER, HEATHER
GIPSON, CHARLES
GIPSON, DARRYL
GIPSON, KYLE
GIPSON, LARRY
GIVENS, SUNNY
GJECI, GAZMEND
GLADER, MAXIMILLIAN
GLADWELL, TARA
GLADWELL, TARA
GLASER, SARA D.
GLASPIE, JOYCE
GLASPIE, JOYCE
GLASS, AVERILL
GLASS, BRYANT C. JR.
GLASS, SENQUE
GLENBARD TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT #87
GLENKIRK
GLENKIRK
GLENKIRK
GLENKIRK
GLENN, DENISE A.
GLENN, GLORIOUS
GLINSKY, ADAM
GLOBE MEDICAL-SURGICAL SUPPLY
GLODO, RODNEY W.
GLOVE USA, INC.
GLOVER, ANTOINE
GLOVER, JAMES H.
GOACHER, NICHOLAS
GOCHENOZIR, CINDY
GODARD, DERRICK
GODBY, MICHAEL
GODDARD, GEORGE
GODINEZ, ADRIAN
GODINEZ, EDUARDO
GODSEY, MARIA
GOEBEL FORMING, INC.
GOEHL, THEODORE E. III
GOERTZEN, JENIFER
GOINS, PATRICIA
GOLD WATER INDUSTRIES, INC.
GOLDEN, ANDRE SR.
GOLDEN, ANTOINE
GOLDEN, ETHEL
GOLDEN, JEROME
GOLDSMITH, MICHELLE
GOLDSTEIN, SANDOR
GOLEMBECK REPORTING SERVICE
GOLF MAINE, PARK DISTRICT
GOLF MAINE, PARK DISTRICT
GOLNIEWICZ, FRANCIS X. IV
GOMER, ANATOLIY
GOMEZ, ANTONIO E.
GOMEZ, ARMANDO SOTO
GOMEZ, DANIEL
GOMEZ, DIANNA
GOMEZ, JORGE
GOMEZ, MARC V.
GOMEZ, REYNOLDO
GONNIGAN, JEROME
11CV0539
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02CC5333
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10CV1769
05CV4548
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11CV1633
11CV0566
07CV5183
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10CV4273
08CC0872
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11CV1025
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10CV2613
11CV1160
47 GONNIGAN, MARY
GONZAGA, MARIA G.
GONZAGA, MARIA G.
GONZALES, EDUARDO
GONZALES, LEONIDES A.
GONZALEZ, ALEXANDER
GONZALEZ, AMBER
GONZALEZ, BENJAMIN
GONZALEZ, BIRGEN
GONZALEZ, FREDERICK
GONZALEZ, FREDERICK
GONZALEZ, JONATHAN
GONZALEZ, JOSE
GONZALEZ, JOSE
GONZALEZ, JUANA
GONZALEZ, LAURA L.
GONZALEZ, LAURA L.
GONZALEZ, LEONARDO
GONZALEZ, LINO SOTO
GONZALEZ, LORENZO
GONZALEZ, MARIA A.
GONZALEZ, MORGAN
GONZALEZ, OSCAR
GONZALEZ, SANDRA
GONZALEZ, SEBASTIAN A.
GONZALEZ, SONIA
GONZALEZ, STACEY
GONZALEZ, VICTOR
GONZALEZ-DE ROMERO, SILVIA
GOOD ELECTRIC, INC.
GOOD, LASHAWN
GOOD, LASHAWN D.
GOOD SAMARITAN REGIONAL
GOOD SHEPHERD MANOR
GOODE, PATRICK
GOODEN, ANTONIO
GOODEN, AQUEELA
GOODEN, LARRY
GOODEN, STACEY W.
GOODMAN, DARYLE
GOODMAN, JESSICA
GOODMAN, MICHAEL T.
GOODS, JAMIL L.
GOODSON, LAMONT
GOODWIN, BRADLEY
GOODWIN, JUANITA
GORANOV, HRISTOV
GORDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
GORDON FOOD SERVICE
GORDON FOOD SERVICE
GORDON, SUDIE
GORE-TURNER, NAKINA
GORSKI, MARIUSZ
GOSA, JULIETTE
GOSA, JULIETTE
GOSS, DIANNE L.
GOSTAFSON, LEE J.
GOSTON, ALICIA & BINGHAM, RUBY
GOULAKOS, ROSEMARY L.
GOVE, SONIA
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O CYTHIA TOMEI
GOWEN, CALEB J.
GRAEFE, MICHELLE
GRAEFNITZ, DEBORAH
GRAFTON, CITY OF
GRAFTON, CITY OF
GRAHAM, ASHLEY
GRAHAM, BERNARD
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM MEDICAL GROUP
GRAHAM, QUEEN
GRAINCO FS, INC.
GRAINGER
GRAINGER
GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
GRANDBERRY, EDGAR
GRANDEL, DIANA
GRANDEL, DIANA L.
GRANT, GARY M.
10CV0578
10CV5035
10CV5708
11CV1298
09CV5057
08CV5466
10CV0469
11CV3747
10CV3486
11CV0904
11CV2402
08CV2611
09CV3795
10CV4851
10CV4828
09CV2827
09CV2828
10CV0194
10CV3020
10CV1550
09CV5404
11CV1935
11CV0074
10CV0877
10CV3871
09CV2215
11CV1372
10CV5135
10CV3873
10CC1764
11CV1112
10CV3104
10CC3595
11CC1000
07CV1418
10CV3847
10CV3319
03CC3346
11CC0785
11CV1431
10CV3872
10CV4680
11CV2005
10CV4056
11CV1912
11CV3286
11CV0159
10CC1887
10CC2729
10CC3928
10CV0920
10CV4183
11CV3352
11CV0880
11CV2448
10CV2673
10CC3186
11CV1504
11CV1547
10CC3970
09CC1834
10CV5182
05CV4271
10CV5471
09CC0740
09CC0741
11CV1736
08CV3322
10CC3184
10CC3208
10CC3209
10CC3210
09CV5377
11CC2205
11CC1906
11CC1907
11CC0089
10CV5472
10CV4770
11CV2679
10CV0941
48 GRANT, MARCUS
GRANT, MARIO J.
GRANT, MAURICE
GRANT, MAXWELL A.
GRANT, OVERTON
GRANT, THOMAS J.
GRAVES, KRYSTAL
GRAY, BRENDA
GRAY, CARYN
GRAY, DAMION C. JR.
GRAY, KEITH L. SR.
GRAY, TIFANI
GRAYER, JUNE M.
GRAYER, LEVARUS
GREAVY, DEBI
GREEN, AMBER
GREEN, BOBBY
GREEN, BRANDON
GREEN, JAMES
GREEN, JOHN
GREEN, JOHNATHAN
GREEN, KALVINA
GREEN, LELAND L.
GREEN, MONETTA
GREEN, RORREY
GREEN, SAMUEL
GREENE, COUNTY OF
GREENE, RAKIM
GREENE, ROGER
GREENWOOD, MARC
GREER, SAMANTHA S.
GREGORY, ANTOINETTE
GREGORY, CYNTHIA
GRENADER, VLAD
GREYER, ROSALIND & GREYER, LEOTHA
GRICE, SAMUEL
GRIDER, BRITTANY RENAE
GRIER, ADAM
GRIFFIN, CANDICE S.
GRIFFIN, CURTIS L.
GRIFFIN, DE ANGELO
GRIFFIN, DEANGELO
GRIFFIN, DUFREDERICK
GRIFFIN, HENRICK
GRIFFIN, JEREMY B
GRIFFIN, MARCELLA
GRIFFIN, REJIENA
GRIFFIN, RONDELYN P.
GRIFFIN, SHEILA S.
GRIFFIN, SONJA
GRIFFITH, KATHRYN M.
GRIFFITH, MARK
GRIFFITH, TERRI
GROGAN, PATRICIA ANN
GROLL, MARY K.
GROSS, SAMANTHA J.
GROSS, TOBY AKA COLLINS, JAMES
GROSSI, TORY A.
GROSSMAN, PATRICK
GROUCHTCHAK, OREST
GROUP FOX, INC.
GROVE, MARY LOU
GROVES, LASHAWTA
GRUENWALD, LAURA
GRUENWALD, LAURA
GRUHL, WENDY
GRUNDY, COUNTY OF, HEALTH DEPARTMENT
GRZESIAK, LORI
GRZYCH, ADAM M.
GUARD SERVICES, INC.
GUDEW, KRISTINA
GUERRA, ANJELICA
GUERRA GUZMAN, OSCAR
GUERRA, JOSE M.
GUERRA, RUBEN
GUERRERO, FRANCISCO
GUERRERO, GANDY
GUEST, FELICIA
GUIBAULT, BRITTANY
GUIGLI, DAWN
GUILDHALLS
08CV4955
10CV0714
11CV1913
10CV5183
11CV1793
10CV4274
10CV5566
10CC2773
10CV4876
10CV3716
10CV4213
10CV4275
11CV2923
09CV3453
11CC0735
10CV5373
10CV2963
11CV1604
09CV5197
10CV4474
09CV5640
11CV3198
11CV0045
10CV0346
10CV4950
10CV3192
10CC0617
11CV1395
09CV6352
10CV5591
11CV0427
10CV1225
09CV4405
10CV5320
06CV0341
10CV3058
11CC1373
11CV1432
10CV3260
07CV4196
09CV3968
10CV5629
10CV2793
10CV1226
10CV1970
11CV3288
10CV1424
10CV4214
10CV1971
11CV0609
10CV4100
09CV6160
10CV4747
10CC2422
10CV3964
10CV3108
06CC0318
10CV5413
10CV2194
09CV6207
10CC2594
11CC1022
11CV0412
10CV4277
10CV4278
10CC3989
11CC0761
09CV4608
11CV3104
10CC3715
10CV5524
10CV2568
11CV0817
11CV1737
09CV5328
11CV0353
10CV4279
11CC1147
11CV0044
08CV4471
10CC3040
49 GUILLEN, MARIA E., BUTRON, MOLGES & MARTINEZ, ANGELICA
GULLEY, EDITH J.
GULLEY, GEORGE G.
GUNN, MICHELLE
GUNN, NATASHA
GUNN, ROBERT E. JR.
GUNNING, EDWARD
GUOLZEVICIENE, DALIA
GURSOY, VICKI
GURUNG, BISHNU
GURUNG, NIRMALA
GURZAKOVIC, DEZMAL
GUSHINIERE, GERALD
GUSTAFSON, MELISSA
GUSTAFSON, MELISSA
GUSTAFSON, MELISSA
GUSTAFSON, MELISSA
GUTIERREZ, ANGEL
GUTIERREZ, GREGORIO
GUTIERREZ, JENNIFER
GUTIERREZ, MAX G.
GUTIERREZ, MAX G.
GUTIERREZ, MAX G.
GUTIERREZ, SANTOS
GUTIERREZ, TOMAS
GUY, DOROTHY J.
GUZMAN, ANTHONY
GUZMAN, FRANCISCO
GUZMAN, JORGE
GUZMAN, MARIA
GUZMAN, MARIA
GUZMAN, MARIA
GUZMAN, MARIA
GUZMAN, MILTON
G.W.BERKHEIMER COMPANY, INC.
H. ADAMS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
THE H GROUP, B.B.T., INC.
THE H GROUP, B.B.T., INC.
THE H GROUP, B.B.T., INC.
THE H GROUP, B.B.T., INC.
HAAN, CURTIS C.
HABAS, BRANDY R.
HACKER, TROY D.
HACKNER, MARTELL O.
HADDAD, KHALIL
HADNOT, JAMES
HADNOT, LEON
HADNOT, PAULA
HAFF, ALEXANDER M.
HAGAR, JANA K.
HAGAR, LIBAN
HAGSTROM, ROSANNA
HAHN, ANDREW P.
HAHN, DANIELLE
HAHN, DANIELLE
HAIDAR, MONICA
HAIDAR, MONICA
HALE, RAISA
HALE, ROBERT A.
HALEY, ARCELL
HALEY, TUEWANNADA
HALL, DESTINEE B.
HALL, DURELLE J.
HALL, FABIAN L.
HALL, GLYNN R.
HALL III, DAMON C
HALL, MICHAEL
HALL, MICHAEL
HALL, MICHAEL
HALL, PAMELA Y.
HALL, THOMAS A.
HALLENBECK, KERRY J.
HALLER, JAMES R.
HALLIN, KELLY A.
HALL-LAWTON, BETTY J
HALLMARK HOUSE NURSING CENTER
HALLOM, ELLA
HALLSTEAD, STEPHAN
HALOVANIC, STEPHANIE
HALPERN SEGAL, COMPANY
HALSTED, FRED
10CV5321
10CV4199
10CV4795
11CV2126
11CC0425
10CV5525
10CV3039
10CV1811
11CV2127
10CV4519
10CV4520
08CV5537
10CV5794
10CV5506
10CV5507
10CV5508
10CV5509
11CV3748
11CV1937
10CV4636
10CV4748
10CV4749
10CV4750
09CV5058
10CV1868
05CV4769
10CV1316
08CV4329
11CV0760
11CV0816
11CV1884
11CV2791
11CV2792
09CV6161
10CC2473
10CC2530
10CC2732
11CC0777
10CC3712
10CC3713
10CV1228
10CV5256
09CV1189
09CV5329
10CV2866
11CV1258
10CV3987
11CV1698
10CV1721
10CV2960
10CV4751
11CC0644
09CV4609
05CV3110
05CV3111
10CV5184
10CV5185
10CV4304
10CV0647
11CV2852
10CV3609
10CV3021
10CV2126
11CV1505
10CV3345
10CC2279
10CC0284
10CC0313
10CV2127
11CV0497
11CV2557
09CV5306
10CV3689
11CV1938
08CC2748
10CC2937
10CV1770
10CV1639
11CV2419
10CC2285
11CV0610
50 HAMILTON, CALVIN
HAMILTON, CARY
HAMILTON, CITY OF, HAMILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
HAMILTON, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
HAMILTON, JOSHUA
HAMILTON, KENNETH E.
HAMILTON, PHILLIP
HAMILTON, ROY
HAMMOND, DENNIS R. & LENORA G. HAMMOND
HAMMOND, JEANNIE
HAMMOND, JENNIFER
HAMMOND, ROSSANN
HAMMOND, TAMIKA
HAMMONDS, GERI LYNN
HAMPTON, CARL
HAMPTON INN
HAMPTON INN & SUITES
HAMPTON INN & SUITES NORTH SHORE
HAMPTON, JESSICA
HAMPTON, LAKEYA
HAMPTON, LENZINI & RENWICK, INC.
HAMPTON, RACHELLA
HAMPTON, TONY
HAMSTRA, DONALD; & HAMSTRA, JOYCE
HANCOCK, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
HAND, BRITTANY M.
HANDEV, LUBOMIR O.
HANDY, DION A.
HANK, WILLIAM
HANKS, RACHEL H.
HANNAN, ROBERT C.
HANNER, TED E.
HANNOON, BASHAR F. A.
HANS & SONS
HANSBROUGH, TORREY
HANSON, DAMION A.
HANYZEWSKI, TYLER
HAPANOVICH, INGRID
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
THE HARBOUR, INC.
HARDESTY, DIANATHA
HARDING, KEMELA
HARDING, RODNEY
HARDMAN, CARL B.
HARDNEY, CHARLES
HARDY, JENIFER
HARDY, NICOLE
HARDY, SILVIA
HARDY, YOSHEENA
HARLESS, MICHAEL E.
HARMON, RUSSELL
HARPER, CARMEN
HARPER, CAROL
HARPER, DARYL J.
HARPER, JULIE REA
HARPER, RODNEY
HARRAR, RICHARD
HARRELL, BOBBY
HARRELL, JOSHUA
HARRIS, AMY
HARRIS, ANGELA
HARRIS, BARBARA
HARRIS, CAMEO
HARRIS, CHRISTINE
HARRIS, CRAWFORD
HARRIS, DEMETRIUS
HARRIS, DENNIS L.
HARRIS, DEVELL
HARRIS, DIONNE
HARRIS, DONALD P. JR.
HARRIS, ESSIE
HARRIS GREEN, CIBA D.
HARRIS, HENRY
HARRIS, JAMES
HARRIS, JANICE
HARRIS, KATRINA S.
HARRIS, KEVIN
10CV5287
10CV2054
10CC2414
10CC0640
10CV4852
06CV6167
10CV4655
11CV1396
00CC4576
11CV0482
10CV1400
10CV3988
10CC3838
10CV2674
06CV5961
11CC0992
10CC1062
10CC2993
10CV2343
10CV4772
10CC3387
10CV2815
10CV5567
09CV5907
10CC0541
10CV3422
11CV1481
10CV2719
10CC2641
11CV1196
10CV3774
10CV1267
10CV4656
10CC1073
10CV4231
09CV5521
10CV2006
11CV0354
11CC0448
11CC0449
11CC0690
11CC0720
11CC0721
11CC0722
11CV0611
10CV4073
11CV0293
03CC0498
09CV3087
09CC2608
10CV2375
10CV3874
10CV2128
09CC0461
11CV1090
11CV0076
10CV2569
11CV0568
11CC1778
10CC2558
10CV4774
10CV2769
09CV5677
06CV0698
11CC0866
10CV1402
11CV1448
10CV3467
06CC0195
10CV1146
03CC1432
08CV2721
10CV5630
11CC2116
10CV1147
11CV1114
08CV3703
08CV3131
10CV3857
10CV2160
10CV2964
51 HARRIS, LAWANDA
HARRIS, LEVI S.
HARRIS, MARY ANN
HARRIS, NATASHA
HARRIS, OLUSEYI
HARRIS, RICHARD
HARRIS, SIERRA
HARRIS, SIERRA
HARRIS, TANIKA
HARRIS, VALERIE
HARRIS, WALTER JR.
HARRISON, DEBRA
HARRISON, DELORIS
HARRISON, JOE
HARRISON, ROBERT
HARRISON, SAMMIE L. JR.
HARRISON, STEVE W.
HARROP, JENNY
HART, JESSICA A.
HART, ROSALIND
HART, SOUTHWORTH & WITSMAN
HART, WYONNA
HARTFIELD, ROCHELLE
HARTMAN, DAWN M.
HARTMAN, KELLIE
HARVEY, DEARYAL
HARVEY, GLORIA
HARVEY, GLORIA
HARVEY, HENRY
HARVEY, IKESHIA
HARVEY, PARK DISTRICT
HARYANI, VIJAY M. MD.
HASANBEGOVIC, KENAN
HASTINGS, DAWN
HATCH, JESSE M.
HATTEN, CONNIE E.
HATTEN, CRAIG
HATTON, HILARY
HAUCK, DIANA
HAUGABOOK, SEQUANDA
HAUPTMAN, JOHN C.
HAVE A HEART HOMEMAKER SERVICES, LTD.
HAWKINS, ANDREW JR.
HAWKINS, DECARLOS
HAWKINS, JARED
HAWKINS, MICHAEL S.
HAWKINS, PATRICIA
HAWKINS, SHAWNTEL
HAYES, BRENT E.
HAYES, HEATHER
HAYES, KERMIT
HAYES, MICHAEL
HAYES, MICHELLE
HAYES PLUMBING & HEATING COMPANY
HAYFORD, CAROL A.
HAYNE, HOLLY
HAYNES, ROOSEVELT JR.
HAYNES, SHIRLEY A.
HAYWOOD, DORITA H.
HAYWOOD, LUTHER
HAYWOOD, MARQUIS
HAYWOOD, SHERITA
HAYWOOD, STANLEY SR.
HAYWOOD, SYLVESTER
HAZLETT, STEVE
HEADY, CARL
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, LTD.
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, LTD.
HEALTH SERVICES CONSULTANTS
HEALTH SERVICES CONSULTANTS
HEALTHCARE ALTERNATIVE SYSTEMS
HEALY, MAUREEN C.
HEANEY, KRYSTA K.
HEARN, AMONDO
HEARTLAND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
HEARTLAND HEALTH OUTREACH
HEARTLAND HUMAN CARE SERVICES, INC.
HEARTLAND RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES
HEARTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
HEATH, CLIFFORD
HEATHERTON, BRIAN, PHD
11CV0612
11CC2499
10CV5568
10CV4184
10CV5767
09CV0729
11CC1781
11CC1782
10CV4325
10CC2792
11CV1829
11CC0572
10CV4775
09CV4975
10CC3305
10CV1788
10CV3261
10CV2161
10CV4657
10CV0921
10CC2615
10CV4620
11CV2006
10CC3046
06CV5249
11CV0498
11CV0160
11CV0161
10CC0769
10CV1870
07CC1857
11CC2315
10CC3977
11CV3373
07CC0373
10CV2867
11CV1797
09CV0423
11CV1161
10CV2720
11CV1739
10CC3613
10CV3989
11CV0637
09CV3886
10CV3944
09CV6208
11CV0162
11CV0818
10CC3974
09CV5573
10CV5220
11CV2129
10CC1387
10CV5796
10CV5002
10CV2998
11CV2580
10CV2824
11CV2331
10CV5061
10CV2570
08CV5027
11CV1197
10CV4724
10CV4583
10CC3787
10CC3790
09CC3187
10CC1433
10CC2735
10CV4122
11CC1273
09CV2512
11CC0717
10CC2000
11CC0625
10CC2392
10CC0722
11CV2473
10CC0476
52 HEATON-BLOUIN, LEE N.
HEAVEN IS A PLAYGROUND CHILDCARE
HEAVLIN, DEBRA
HEBERT, MEGAN L.
HEDDEN, MIKE
HEDDEN, MIKE
HEDDEN, MIKE
HEDDEN, MIKE
HEDDEN, MYNA
HEDDEN, PATRICIA J.
HEDEGAARD, KRISSY
HEIKE, KENNETH
HEISEY, JORDAN L.
HEISLEY, GENEVIEVE
HELCK, ELIZABETH G.
HELDING, PHILLIP
HELDING, PHILLIP
HELMS, LUCAS
HELMS, MICHELLE
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
HELPING HAND CENTER
HELPING HAND REHABILITATION CENTER
HELSTERN, JAY E.
HEMMING, DONALD R. JR.
HEMPEL, LAURA
HEMPHILL, KIMBERLY D.
HENDERSON, JOHNNIE
HENDERSON, JOHNNY
HENDERSON, LA ROY
HENDERSON, MICHAEL A.
HENDERSON, TAMMIE S.
HENDERSON, TYRONE T.
HENDERSON, URSULA R.
HENDERSON, VALENTINO
HENDRICKS, ADAM E.
HENDRICKS, ANGELA
HENDRICKS, ANGELA
HENDRICKS, BRIANNA
HENDRICKS, DEANA
HENDRICKS, TARA
HENDRICKSON, HAROLD R.
HENDRICKSON, SEAN
HENDRICKSON, TIFFANY J.
HENDRICKSON, TIFFANY J.
HENLEY, TATANISHA
HENLEY, TYRAN
HENNINGS, YVONNE
HENRIQUEZ, ARTURO
HENRY, CHARLOTTE
HENRY, DARWIN
HENRY, STAFFORD C., M.D.
HENRY'S SOBER LIVING HOUSE
HENRY'S SOBER LIVING HOUSE
HENZ, CAROL
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HERBERT, JAMES
HERKERT, AMELIA L.
HERMSEN, CHELSIE A.
HERNANDEZ, AARON
HERNANDEZ, ADALBERTO
HERNANDEZ, ALEJANDRO
HERNANDEZ, ALEXIS
10CV5136
11CC2388
10CV5038
10CV5569
11CV3497
11CV3498
11CV3499
11CV3500
11CV3496
11CV3501
11CC0825
10CV5021
10CV5022
10CV4232
11CV2214
10CC1146
10CC3485
10CV5768
10CV2224
10CC0031
10CC0072
10CC0279
10CC0494
10CC0495
10CC2503
10CC2653
10CC2855
10CC2940
10CC3591
10CC3905
11CC1974
11CC1663
10CC2585
11CV3105
10CV5665
10CC2105
10CV1268
07CC1496
08CV4472
10CV5257
10CV1352
10CV2868
07CV1776
10CV4200
11CV1182
11CV1433
11CV2273
11CV3291
08CV5440
01CC0278
11CV1483
08CC3201
10CC2933
11CV2202
11CV2203
10CV4028
08CV5151
10CV3990
08CV5313
08CV4656
11CV2967
10CC3753
10CC3069
10CC3070
10CV5288
10CC0198
10CC0199
10CC2963
10CC3152
10CC3839
10CC3878
10CC3889
11CC2053
11CC2055
10CV5062
11CV1484
10CC0051
11CV0594
11CV0881
11CC0429
10CV3400
53 HERNANDEZ, AMADOR
HERNANDEZ, ANIBAL J.
HERNANDEZ, ANNA
HERNANDEZ, ANNA
HERNANDEZ, BONFACIO
HERNANDEZ, BRITTNEY
HERNANDEZ, CESAR
HERNANDEZ, CONSTANTINO
HERNANDEZ, CRISTINA
HERNANDEZ, DEANA M.
HERNANDEZ, ENEDINA
HERNANDEZ, ERIC
HERNANDEZ, FELIX
HERNANDEZ, HERIBERTO
HERNANDEZ, IVAN
HERNANDEZ, JUANA
HERNANDEZ, KENNETH M.
HERNANDEZ, LORENA
HERNANDEZ, MICHAEL A.; BURGOS, LIZA M.
HERNANDEZ, MIGUEL
HERNANDEZ, OSCAR
HERNANDEZ, RAFAEL
HERNANDEZ, RAUL A.
HERNANDEZ, REYNALDO
HERNANDEZ, RICARDO
HERNANDEZ, SABAS
HERNANDEZ, STEVEN
HERNANDEZ, YOLANDA & DOMINQUEZ, JAVIER & BERONICA
HERNBLOM, CONTINA
HEROLD, JOSEPH J.
HERRERA, ELENA
HERRERA, JESUS T.
HERRERA, RAFAEL
HERRERA, TRISTAN
HERRIN HOSPITAL D/K/A SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HOSPITAL SERVICES
HERRMAN, HEATHER
HERRON, JESSICA A.
HERSCHER, VILLAGE OF, POLICE DEPARTMENT
HERVEY, WILLIE
HESKIN, JENNIE
HESS, JULIE
HESS, PHILLIP S.
HESS, RACHELLE R.
HEWITT, TROY
HEWLETT-PACKARD COMPANY
HEYL, ROYSTER, VOELKER & ALLEN, P.C.
H.G.D.C. CHILD CARE CENTER, INC.
HIBBLER, CHRISTOPHER
HIBLER, STEPHEN
HICA, INC.
HICKS, DOMINIQUE
HICKS, KATHY; & STRIEBY, SUE
HICKS, KRIS
HICKS-DU BOSE, CHARMYNE
HIDES, COURTNEY
HIDROGO, MARTIN
HIGGINS, ANTHONY
HIGGINS, JOSEPH
HIGHTOWER, JASMINE
HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGIES
HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGIES
HIGLEY-BIRDSELL, AMY
HIGLEY-BIRDSELL, AMY
HILEMAN, MARIAH
HILEMAN, SHERRY
HILL, ARTIS J. SR.
HILL, CATHERINE
HILL, CHARISSE
HILL, CHRISTOPHER A.
HILL, DARRYL
HILL, DAWN
HILL, DOROTHY
HILL, DOUGLAS
HILL, JAVIER
HILL, JESSICA
HILL, JOEY
HILL, KARLA
HILL MEADOWS
HILL, MINNIE MARIE
HILL, NATOYA
HILL, RENITTA D.
10CV3194
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10CV3487
10CV4201
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11CV0230
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10CV4856
10CV4521
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10CV1319
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10CV5666
10CV2243
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10CV4144
10CV5039
11CC2276
11CC2278
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10CV5374
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10CV4168
10CV5040
10CV4658
11CV1885
10CV3060
11CV1940
11CV0935
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10CV2999
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10CV3526
10CV3799
10CV3284
01CC0856
05CC0245
08CC0052
10CV2055
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HILLERY, MARIA L.
HILL-HALLGREN, KATHY
HILL-HASKINS, CHARITY L.
HILLIE, GREGORY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLIER STORAGE & MOVING COMPANY
HILLMAN, HURA LEE
HILST, ANTHONY
HINDE, CYNTHIA MARIE INDIVIDUALLY AND AS MOTHER OF SARA ELIZABETH
HINES, CHRIS J.
HINES, DERRICK
HINES, MARCEL T.
HINES, ROBERT
HINKAMPER, JEREMY
HINKLEY, TEHRAN
HINTON, LUKAS J.
HINTON, MONTREIS
HIPPE, ANTHONY L.
HIPSHER, PAMELA G.
HIRONS, TRENT
HISH, MITCHELL
HISRA
HLAD, CURT
HOBBS, REBECCA
HOBBS, REBECCA
HOBSON, R.D., ASSOCIATES, L.P.
HOCHERTZ, AMANDA
HOCHSTETTLER, NOAH B.
HODGES, WANDA
HODGES, WELTON
HODGKINS VENTURE
HOFELDT, DEREK
HOFFERT, ANTHONY E.
HOFFMAN, BRENDA
HOFFMAN ESTATES, PARK DISTRICT
HOFFMAN, KURT
HOGAN, LINDA SYKES
HOGAN MARREN, LTD.
HOGAN MARREN, LTD.
HOGAN WALKER, LLC
HOGAN WALKER, LLC
HOGUE, GERILYN S.
HOKE, TINA M.
HOLDER, TOSHA
HOLGUIN, CARMELA
HOLIDAY INN AURORA
HOLIDAY INN CARBONDALE
HOLIDAY INN CHICAGO MART PLAZA
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS OF MARION
HOLIDAY INN HOTEL & SUITES
HOLIDAY INN ROCKFORD
HOLLAND, DAVID C.
HOLLAND, DOUGLAS
HOLLAND, MARCUS
HOLLENBECK, STEVEN
HOLLIE, TREMIERE
HOLLINGSWORTH, KEENAN
HOLLISTER, INC.
HOLLOWAY, DELANO
HOLLOWAY, KAREN
HOLLOWAY, MELANIE
HOLLY, CHRISTOPHER
HOLMAN, VERNON L.
HOLMAN-WADE, MARCELINE
HOLMES, ALBERT L. & HINES, AMANDA
HOLMES, DARNELL JR.
HOLMES, LAURA E.
HOLMES, LINCOLN W.
HOLMES, MIA
HOLMES, MONTREAL
HOLMES, STEPHEN R.
HOLMES, WILLIE L.
HOLSTON, SHAWN
HOLT, MANQUINYELLE
HOLT, RALPH
HOLT, WILLIAM
HOLTEN, DELLACE JR
HOLTZ, DAVID JONATHAN
10CV2114
11CV0690
11CC1427
09CV3512
10CV3945
10CC1137
10CC2731
11CC0562
11CC0579
07CV1399
10CV3690
09CC2279
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10CV4233
10CV1838
10CV5186
10CV3000
11CV1799
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10CV5404
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11CV3990
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11CC0771
09CV4311
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10CC2596
10CC2842
10CC3717
09CC1780
10CC2343
11CC1637
10CC2917
07CV0968
09CV3990
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11CV2883
10CC2621
10CV4659
10CV4550
11CV1374
04CC1995
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10CV2601
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11CV1301
10CV2721
10CV1564
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10CV1149
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11CV3539
09CC3145
07CC3408
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HOLZGRAFE, CARRIE
HOMANN, CONNIE
HOME MEDICAL EXPRESS
HOMER, THOMAS J.
HOMETOWN CHILD CARE, LLC
HOMEWOOD SUITES
HOMEWOOD SUITES
HOMOYA, PETER
HOMSI, PATRICIA
HONEYCUTT, DONNA
HONG, KYUSIK
HOOD, THEOPHILIUS
HOOKS, LEIFSHORN
HOOKS, MONTEIRO
HOOKS, REGINALD
HOOPER, JENNIFER L.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPKINS, ALBERTA
HOPKINS, CHARLES
HOPKINS, CHIQUITA & BROOKS, ROBBIE
HOPKINS, DOMINIQUE
HOPKINS, GREGORY
HOPKINS, KATHLEEN C
HOPSON, CHRISTOPHER J.
HOPSON, FRANIESHA A.
HOPSON, JAMAAL
HOPSON, LATASHA
HOPSON, LATASHA
HOPSON, SHALEY
HORNBERGER, CHARLINE & FOWLER, PAUL
HORNUNG, TIMOTHY L.
HORTON, ALLISON
HORTON, ANTONIO L.
HORTON, LESLI N.
HORTON, MARLON
HORTON, MATTHEW E.
HORTON, MELVIN SR.
HORVAT, RYAN D.
HOSFORD, RANDALL D.
HOSKINS, ANGELA
HOSKINS, CHRISTOPHER
HOSKINS, SHELUA
HOSS, PHILIP J.
HOSSELTON, SHELLY K.
HOTCHKIN, ERIN D
HOTCHKIN, RUTH CHRISTINE
HOUCEK, DOLORES
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE OF THE RAINBOW
HOUSER, EUGENE
HOUSER, OCTAVIA
HOUSTON, CHANDRA
HOUSTON, KISHAUWN
HOUSTON, MAURICE
HOUSTON, MAURICE E.
HOV SERVICES, INC., LLC
HOWARD, AMANDA R.
HOWARD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER
HOWARD, CHRISTOPHER J.
HOWARD, EDDIE
HOWARD, ERIC
HOWARD, GINA
HOWARD, HARRAL B. II
HOWARD, MARIO
HOWARD, SHAVONNA
HOWARTER, SHANE
HOWE, TIMOTHY W.
HOWELL, CASANOVA
HOWELL, JODEE L.
HOWELL, KENELLE
HOWELL, LISA
HOWELL, LORI A.
HOWELL-LIMBACH, JOHANNA
07CV6108
05CV4492
10CV3801
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09CV6361
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11CV0305
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10CV3195
10CV0553
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11CC0262
10CV4169
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07CC0321
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10CC3182
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10CV2814
10CC3055
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11CV0390
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11CV0255
11CV2215
09CV4412
09CV0362
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HOWERY, MILTON
HOWLETT, LEONARD
HOWLETT, MICHAEL
HOWLETT, PHILLIP
HOWSE, BRYANT SR.
HOYLE, RICARDO
HOYLETON YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES
HRISTEA, HARICLEA
HROBOWSKI, RALPH
HTOO, HSA KLER
HUANG, SHOU HUAN
HUANG, SHOU HUAN
HUBBARD, TRISHA
HUBER, REBECCA
HUBER, REBECCA S.
HUBLY, DEBRA K.
HUDSON, BRANDY
HUDSON, CYNTHIA
HUDSON, GLORIA SHAFFER
HUDSON, KATRINA
HUDSON, KATRINA
HUDSON, KEVIN
HUDSON, LATROY R.
HUDSON, LAWRENCE
HUDSON, LINDA
HUDSON, MAGGIE
HUDSON, MAGGIE
HUDSON, MAGGIE
HUDSON, PAMELA
HUDSON, RODNEY
HUDSON, SAMANTHA
HUEBNER, GAIL
HUERTAS, ADOLFO JR.
HUFFMAN, DOUGLAS A.
HUGGINS, DEANTE
HUGGINS, GREGORY A.
HUGHES, ANDRE
HUGHES, JUSTIN
HUGHES, KENDRICK
HUGHES, LILLIAN
HUGHES, NAKIA
HUGHES, NAKIA
HUGHES, RUSSELL
HUGHES, SEAN
HUGHES, SHANELL R.
HUGHES, TONIA
HUGHES, WALTER
HUGS & SNUGS DAYCARE
HUIRAS, BRENT R.
HUIZAR, BENJAMIN
HULL HOUSE ASSOCIATION
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER METRO EAST
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER METRO EAST
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER METRO EAST
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER METRO EAST
HUMAN SERVICE CENTER METRO EAST
HUMAYUN, ASIF
HUMMEL, CHRISTOPHER
HUMPHREY, JAMES A.
HUMPHREY, MICHAEL D.
HUNDRIESER KEN CUSTODIAN
HUNGARIAN KOSHER FOODS, INC.
HUNT, BRIAN
HUNT, GABRIELLE
HUNT, GRAHAM
HUNT, MARSHUN
HUNT, TAVARIS E.
HUNT, TIMOTHY E.
HUNT, VELERA ANN
HUNT, WILLIAM O.
HUNTER, DEGELYKA
HUNTER, DONELL
HUNTER, MICK J.
HUNTER, PHILLIP
HUNTER, TIMOTHY
HUNTER, TREMONT
HUNTER, WHITLEY
HUNTER-ELLIS, HEIDI
HUREY, ALBERT JR.
HURNS, VANESSA
11CC0265
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10CV2471
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11CV0364
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HUSCHEN, JOHN B.
HUSKINS, BRADLEY T.
HUTCHEN, BRIDGET W.
HUTCHERSON, JEANNE
HUTCHESON, LISA
HUTCHING, WILLIAM P.
HUTCHINS, KENNETH W
HUTCHINS, YOLANDA
HUTCHINSON, DANA
HUTCHISON, RONALD JR.
HUTTON, JOEL
HWANG, JUNG EUN
HYDE, CODY
HYLE, CHARLES
HYNES, JEAN
HYRE, BRENDA
HYRE, BRENDA
IANNOTTA, MARCO
IBARRA, CHRISTINE M.
IBARRA, JOSE I. SR.; & IBARRA, BLANCA
IBARRA, JULIO
IBARRA, MARIO
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBM CORPORATION
IBRAGIMOV, RAVSHAN
IBRAHIM, YUSRA
ID BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
IDENTISYS, INC.
IHM, PATRICIA
ILLINI FS, INC.
ILLINOIS ALLIANCE OF BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION OF AGENCIES & COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
ILLINOIS BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY ORGANIZATION
ILLINOIS BUILDING, LLC
ILLINOIS BUSINESS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
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ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY
ILLINOIS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES
ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS/CENTRAL INMATE BENEFIT FUND
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10CV0445
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58 ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
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ILLINOIS, UNIVERSITY OF; BOARD OF TRUSTEES - OFFICE OF RESEARCH
IMAGING RESOURCE CENTERS
IMPERIAL REALTY COMPANY AS AGENT FOR KLAIRMONT ENTERPRISES, INC.
INA POLICE DEPARTMENT
INDELICATO, MARIO
INDEPENDENT RECYCLING SERVICES, INC.
INDEPENDENT RECYCLING SERVICES, INC.
INDEPENDENT RECYCLING SERVICES, INC.
INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL
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INGRAM ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC.
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INGRAM, WILLIE
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INIGUEZ, GUADALUPE
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
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INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INMAN, JAMES S.
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INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
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INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
INPRO CORPORATION
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60 JACKSON, HERMAN
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61 JARVIS WELDING COMPANY
JARZABSKI, ROBERT
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63 JOHNSON, WAYNE D. JR.
JOHNSON, WILLIE JR.
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64 JORDAN, STEPHEN
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JOSEPH F. BOENTE SONS, INC.
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65 KERBER, ECK & BRAECKEL, LLP
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KEYES, JOHN JR.
KEYES, JOHN JR.& HARRIS, DIONNE
KEYS, CASSANDRA
KEZERLE, STEPHEN
KHAMVONGSA, JAMIE
KHAN, TARIQ
KHEYA MOTEL CORPORATION
KHEYA MOTEL CORPORATION
KIBBONS, JOHN
KIDO, YUKO
KIDS HOPE UNITED HUDELSON REGION
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R FIRST
KIDS R MY BUSINESS
KIJANOWSKI, KEVIN
KILGORE, MELVIN, JR.
KILLIAN & ASSOCIATES
KILLION, MISTY
KILPATRICK, JOSHUA
KILPATRICK, MILDRED
KILPATRICK, RICHARD H.
KILULI, REGINAH
KIM, ANNIE
KIM, JASON
KIM, JEON H
KIMBEL, CHARLES R.
KIMBLE, CLARENCE
KIMBRO, NATALIE N.
KINCADE, JIMMY
KINCAID MOUNDS SUPPORT ORGANIZATION
KINCAID, SHELTON
KINCHELOE, LORI
KINCL, SCOTT
KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTER, INC.
KINDLE, ANNIESTINE & DORROUGH, DEANNA
KING, ANTHONY J.
KING, CARNELL
KING, COREY M.
KING, DENISE G.
KING, DENISE G.
KING, IRVIN
KING, JENNIFER
KING, LESTER
KING, LYNN
KING, MARLENA
KING, PATRICIA A.
KING, SHADRICK
KING, STANLEY
KING, TRACY
KING, WILLIE
KINGERY, MATTHEW
KINKIN, MARY
KINSEY, JOHNNY
KINSEY, ROCHELLE
KIRBY, JONATHAN E.
KIRBY, THERESA
KIRBY, THERESA
KIRBY, TIDO
KIRBY, TONIA
KIRBY, TONIA
KIRBY, TONIA
KIRBY, TONIA
KIRKLAND, SHAWN
KIRKLAND, WILLIAM E.
KIRKORIAN, BRIAN
KIRKPATRICK, PAMELA J.
KIRKSEY, CHESTER
KIRKWOOD, ANDRE S.
KIRMESS, KRISTOPHER
KITCHEN, EDDIE
KIZNER, TOMASZ
11CC0290
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01CV2858
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10CV1899
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11CV0394
11CV0395
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11CV0761
66 KIZNYTE, ELLE
KLEAMENAKIS, PAUL
KLEIN, BRITTANY M.
KLEIN, ROSETTA
KLEPFER, TRACY
KLEPFER, TRACY
KLINE, NOVA
KLOKKENGA, KITTY
KLOZA, PRZEMYSLAW
KLUMPP, MARLENE
KLUXDAL, THOMAS
KNEIDEK, CHRISTOPHER
KNEPPER, MARGARET; & KNEPPER, CLARA M.
KNIGHT, ALBINA
KNIGHT, ARIEONA
KNIGHT, ARIEONA
KNIGHT, ENRIQUE
KNIGHT, ENRIQUE
KNIGHT, TERENCE
KNIGHT, TERRIAL #B-39597
KNIGHTEN, CHRISTOPHER
KNOLL, SEAN G.
KNOLLENBERG, MICHAEL SR.
KNOLLENBERG, MICHAEL SR.
KNOLLENBERG, MICHAEL SR.
KNOLLENBERG, NICOLE
KNOWLES, MARLON R.
KNOX, COUNTY OF
KNOX, SUSAN KAY
KNOXVILLE, CITY OF
KNR AWARDS
KNUTT, KYLE
KOCH, ROY JR.
KOCHANEY, CRAIG R.
KOCIK, ASHLEY
KODAT, GARY G.
KOERNER, JUSTIN
KOESTERER, ALOYS
KOHL'S DEPARTMENT STORE
KOHN, LISA S.
KOI COMPUTERS, INC.
KOLATA, EDWARD C.
KOLLENBROICH, JAMES E.
KOLLMER, HEATHER
KONCZAL, AARON D.
KONE, INC.
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS USA, INC.
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS USA, INC.
KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS USA, INC.
KONOBRODZKI, HENRY
KOPIEC, JULIE E.
KOPIEC, MELANIE
KOREAN AMERICAN WOMEN IN NEED
KORELLIS, PATRICK
KORNATOWSKI, DEREK
KORVER, JANIE
KOSHER, MADAN
KOSHER, MADAN
KOSTELNIK, CHRISTOPHER E.
KOSTOGLIANIS, NATALIE
KOSTUECK, GEORGE
KOT, DEBRA L.
KOTROGIANNIS, GEORGE B.
KOTTKE, KEVIN K.
KOVACEVIC, TONY
KOWALSKI, MICHAEL
KOZERA, ANDRZEJ
KOZLOWSKA, IWONA
KOZLOWSKI, BRIAN
KRACHT LAND IMPROVEMENT
KRAFT, APRIL
KRAFT, DANIELLE J.
KRAFTHEFER, RICHARD JR.
KRAKOWSKI, NORA
KRAMER, ANTHONY
KRAMER, ANTHONY
KRAMER, ANTHONY
KRAMER, ANTHONY
KRAMER, ANTHONY
KRANZ, TRAVIS T.
KRASNY, PHILIP
09CV5412
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10CC2676
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11CV0963
11CC1895
67 KREIDER SERVICES, INC.
KREIDER SERVICES, INC.
KREIDER SERVICES, INC.
KREIDER SERVICES, INC.
KRENTKOWSKI, JIM
KRI MIDWEST
KRUSZELNICKI, BRUNO
KUBICKI, BENJAMIN A.
KUBIESA, SPIROFF, GOSSELAR, ACKER & DEBLASIO, P.C.
KUEHL, MICHAEL D.
KUFFELL, DANIEL & LAURA
KUHL, DARRIN
KUHR, JOANN
KUHRING, KENNETH D.
KULKA, VICTORIA
KUNDID, ALEXANDRA
KUSCH, ROSALBA
KUSCH, ROSALBA
KUTAG
KUYKENDALL, MARCUS
KWIATE, LINDA J.
KWIATE, LINDA J.
KWIATE, PATRICK
KWIATE, PATRICK L.
KWIATE, PATRICK L.
KY, MOLYNA
KYLE, JASON
KYLES, ROBERT
KYOCERA MITA AMERICA
L & K FIRE PROTECTION, INC.
L P SCIENTIFIC
LA FLEUR, GRIFFIN W.
LA HUCIK, NICHOLAS J.
LA MONTAGNA, GREGORY
LAGRANGE, PARK DISTRICT
LAKE, COUNTY OF
LAKE, COUNTY OF, HEALTH DEPARTMENT
LAKE, COUNTY OF, RECORDER
LAKE, COUNTY OF, STATE'S ATTORNEYS OFFICE
LAKE, COUNTY OF, STATE'S ATTORNEYS OFFICE
LAKE COUNTY STATE'S ATTORNEYS OFFICE
LAKE, LAMONTE
LAKELAND RADIOLOGISTS
LAKESIDE COMMUNITY COMMITTEE
LAM, TIDIANE
LAMACZ, DARIUSZ
LAMANTIA REPORTING SERVICE, INC.
LAMB, GAILA B.
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMB, GREGORY
LAMBERT, SUZANNE
LAMBRECHT, JEREMY J.
THE LAMBS FARM, INC.
LAMMERS, DENISE A.
LAM-TECH, INC.
LANCASTER, ALEK A MINOR BY HIS MOTHER AND N/B/F DEBORAH LANCASTER
LANDA, LINDSEY M.
LANDER, CONNIE
LANDI, JULIO
LANDOR, JAMES M.
LANE, KURT M.
LANE, MELISSA
LANE, MELISSA
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINBERG, LTD
LANEY, MARY
LANGEN, LAWERENCE J.
LANGLEY, STEVEN
LANGSTON, MARVIN
LARK-HOWARD, JENNIFER
THE LARKIN CENTER
THE LARKIN CENTER
LARRY, KESHIA
LARRY, KESHIA
11CC0399
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05CC0391
11CV0940
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11CC1541
10CV5357
10CV5358
68 LARRY, KESHIA
LARRY, KESHIA
LARRY, KESHIA
LARSEN, ERIC V.
LARSON, RENEE
LASENBY, DWAYNE
LASHBROOK, ANDREA
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASTER, JOHN
LASTER, VANCE
LATALL, JOHN M.D.
LATAPPI, JUAN
LATCHMAN, DEAN H.
LATHAN, PATRICIA
LATTA, IRV
LATTA, SEBASTIAN
LAUCHARD, RICHARD V.
LAUGHLIN, BRYAN
LAVIZZO, SHEILAH
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ADVISORY COMMISSION, MTU #10
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ADVISORY COMMISSION, MTU #10
LAWLER, RAYMOND
LAWLESS, KATHLEEN
LAWLESS, RONALD
LAWRENCE, COUNTY OF, COURTHOUSE
LAWRENCE, JOYCE
LAWRENCE, LATANIA A.
LAWRENCE, VALERIE A.
LAWS, LONALD E.
LAWSON, ASHLEY D.
LAWSON, DANIELLE C.
LAWSON, DEBORAH
LAWSON, JOHNATHAN
LAWSON, LATONYA
LAWSON, MICHELLE M.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC.
LAX MORTUARY
LAYTON, JOAN
LAYTON, JOAN
LAZERICK, HILSON
LE BLANC, SHERRI
LE BOEUF, ANDREW
LE CRONE-STRACK, DARLA
LEA, ZAKEE S.
LEAL, ROSAURA V.
THE LEARNING TREE PRESCHOOL
LEATHERWOOD, ANTOINETTE
LEATHERWOOD, ANTOINETTE & BARKSDALE, NICOLE
LEBRECHT, STEVEN
LECHMAN, JENNIFER
LECOMTE, KATHLEEN
LEDERER, BRIAN
LEE, ALEX
LEE, ANTHONY
LEE, BOBBY
LEE, COUNTY OF, COUNCIL ON AGING
LEE, COUNTY OF, HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
LEE, DAVID K.; A MINOR, BY HIS MOTHER AND NEXT FRIEND SUN YOUNG LEE
LEE, EARNEST
LEE, EARNEST
LEE, ELLEN
LEE, JOHNNY & WOOTEN, MELISSA
LEE, JUN YOP
LEE, KENNETH
LEE, KEVIN
LEE, L. EVERETT
LEE, MARGIE L.
LEE, MARK
LEE, MELANIE
LEE, TERESA
LEE, WILLIAM E
LEE, XAVIER
LEEPER, ANN
LEEVEY, CHARLES E.
LEFEVRE, LAURAN
LEFLORE, ERIC
10CV5359
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10CC3285
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11CV1051
11CV2031
11CV2887
69 LEGEAR, JAMES A. JR.
LEGGANS, MARCHELLO D.
LEGGE, KAREN J.
LEHENBAUER, KEENAN
LEHMANN, CHRISTOPHER C.
LEICHTENBERG, AMY
LEICHTENBERG, AMY
LEICHTENBERG, AMY
LEICK, JULIE K.
LEINENWEBER & BARONI CONSULTING
LEIST, JULIE
LEMA, CARMEN
LEMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT
LEMP, STACEY
LEMUS, JOSE
LENAC, STEPHEN J.
LENNING, TRACIE
LENNING, TRACIE
LEO, MARY & TOM ASSOCIATES
LEOMBRUNI, JOHN
LEON, GABRIEL
LEON, JOSE
LEON, MORGAN
LEON, SARA
LEONARD, ANNETTE T.
LEONARD, ANNETTE T.
LEONARD, JOSEPH
LEONARD, TONY
LEONHARDT, JON R.
LEOPOLD, SUSANNE
LERCH, KYLE
LESLIE, BENJAMIN J.
LESLIE, ROBERT
LESTER, CHET
LESTER, LINDSAY
LESURE, ERIC
LETOURNEAU, EVELYN
LETTERLY, KIM
LEVANT, JET B.
LEVEL OPTICAL COMPANY, INC.
LEVI RAY & SHOUP, INC.
LEVI RAY & SHOUP, INC.
LEVI RAY & SHOUP, INC.
LEVIN, ANNA
LEVY, ENRICO
LEWIS & CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LEWIS, ANTHONY
LEWIS, BIRDIE
LEWIS, CARTRELL
LEWIS, CHARLES
LEWIS, DANIEL K.
LEWIS, DEBORAH
LEWIS, FLORENCE M.
LEWIS, JACOB & AMBER
LEWIS, JAMES E.
LEWIS, JIMMY D.
LEWIS, JOSEPH
LEWIS, KATIE
LEWIS, LAMONT
LEWIS, LATESE
LEWIS, LAURA G.
LEWIS, MAE
LEWIS, MAURICE
LEWIS, MELANIE
LEWIS, PETER
LEWIS, REGINALD
LEWIS, SYLVESTER
LEWIS, TYRELL
LEWIS, VALERIE
LEWIS, WALKER W.
LEYDEN FAMILY SERVICE & MHC
LEYVA, FRANCISCO
LEYVA, YVETTE T.
LEZINE, DEONTAYE
LHOTKA, DUSTIN T.
LI FONTI, LUKE
LI, GUO NING
THE LIBERTY STORE
LIBRANT, JEREMY
THE LIBRARY STORE, INC.
LIDDELL, ALLEN M.
10CV4586
11CV1013
06CC2863
11CV1339
10CV4777
10CV3966
10CV3967
10CV3968
10CV4404
10CC3334
11CC1893
08CV2617
11CC1881
10CV4526
05CV4164
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10CC3139
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10CC3771
10CV5066
11CC2064
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11CV2010
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10CC2989
11CV2274
10CC2887
08CV6308
70 LIEF, JAMES C.
LIERMAN, DENA
LIGGINS, VALINDA
LIGGINS, VICKIE
LIGHTFOOT, TRINA
LIL WONDERS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
LIN, SUNG KUANG
LINCOLN HOSPITALITY, LLC D/B/A HOLIDAY INN MATTESON
LINCOLN HOSPITALITY, LLC D/B/A HOLIDAY INN MATTESON
LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATION
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATION
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATION
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATION
LINCOLNWOOD DEVELOPERS, INC.
LINCOLNWOOD DEVELOPERS, INC.
LINCOLNWOOD DEVELOPERS, INC.
LINDBERG, GAIL E.
LINDBERG, LESLIE
LINDLEY, MARK
LINDSEY, CHARLES & LINDSEY, AVON
LINDSEY, JEROID
LINDSEY, JOHN
LINDSEY, SPRING & WHITTED, SANDRA
LINDWALL, RICHARD
LINWOOD, LEWIS
LINWOOD, QUIANA
LIPINSKI, RYAN BAH
LIRA, JOSEPH S.
LIRA-ESPINOSA, ERICK
LISA A. KOTRBA & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
LISS, DENNIS H.
LISSIMORE, KJUAN
LITCHFIELD FAMILY PRACTICE CENTER, LLP
LITERACY VOLUNTEERS OF ILLINOIS
LITRENTA, LAUREN
LITTLE ACHIEVERS OF THE FUTURE
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
LITTLE CITY FOUNDATION
LITTLE, CORINA
LITTLE, EVELYN W.
LITTLE FRIENDS LEARNING CENTER
LITTLE FRIENDS LEARNING CENTER
LITTLE, GLORIA
LITTLE HANDS & FEET
LITTLE, JAMES W.
LITTLE, JOYCE L.
LITTLEFIELD, NICKALES
LITTLEJOHN, AKINTUNDE
LIVELY, BRUCE & JAMIE
LIVESAY, JIMMIE R.
LIVESAY, REBECCA
LIVING DESIGN, INC.
LIVING FAITH
LIVINGSTON, COUNTY OF, COMMISSION ON CHILDREN & YOUTH
LIZZA, NICOLE
LLANES, RAFAEL
LLOYD, CHARMIN
LLOYD, DEBRA
LLOYD, MARCUS C.
LOAYZA, MARIA N.
LOBACZEWSKI, NATALIA
LOBOS, SILVIA
LOCKETT, CALVIN
LOCKETT, DONNELL
LOCKETT, IVORY O.
LOCKETT, MICHELE
LOCKETT, MICHELLE
LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP
LOCKWOOD, WILLIE
LOEBBAKA, KEVIN
LOERA, IGNACIO
LOEZA, VALENTIN
LOFTON, THELMA J.
LOFTUS, ADAM
LOGAN, JIMMY
LOGAN, KENNETH
LOGAN, MARTIN A. JR.
LOGSDON STATIONERS
10CV2347
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10CC2648
71 LOHNES, JAMES
LOMAN, BRIAN & DODD, JACK
LONDON, COREY D.
LONDON, GREGORY
LONDRIGAN, POTTER & RANDLE, P.C.
LONDRIGAN, POTTER & RANDLE, P.C.
LONDRIGAN, POTTER & RANDLE, P.C.
LONDRIGAN, POTTER & RANDLE, P.C.
LONG, BRIAN
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG ELEVATOR & MACHINE COMPANY, INC.
LONG, JASON
LONG, JEFF S.
LONG, JERMAINE L.
LONG, SUSAN L.
LONG, TAMILA
LOOKING FOR LINCOLN HERITAGE COALITION
LOOMIS BROTHERS EQUIPMENT COMPANY
LOOS, TRACY R.
LOPEZ, ALEX
LOPEZ, ALFREDO
LOPEZ, CONCEPCION
LOPEZ, DAVID
LOPEZ, ELIBETH
LOPEZ, GUADALUPE
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LOPEZ, JAMES
LOPEZ, JORGE ARMANDO NARANJO
LOPEZ, JOSE J.
LOPEZ, JOSE MARTIN
LOPEZ, JOSEPH L. JR.
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LOPEZ, LEOPOLDO
LOPEZ, MANUEL E.
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LOPEZ, MARTIN
LOPEZ, PEDRO
LOPEZ, RICARDO
LOPEZ, STEVEN
LOPEZ, VICTOR
LOPEZ, WALTER
LOPEZ-CARMONA, GREGORIO
LORENTZ, MARGARET
LOSOYA, AMANDA
LOTT, JENNIFER A.
LOVE, EDWARD
LOVE, GLORIA & SWAN, ENYD
THE LOVE LEARNING CENTER
LOVELADY, AARON
LOVELADY, MATEESHIA
LOWE, CHRISTINA
LOWE, MONIQUE
LOWE, RALEIGH
LOWE, YOLANDA
LOWERY, CHRISTOPHER
LOWERY, JOSE
LOWERY MCDONNELL COMPANY
LOWERY MCDONNELL COMPANY
LOWERY, ROSEATTA
LOWE'S MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION, INC.
LOWREY, STUART A., KEEFE, MICHELE A.
LOWRY, WAYNE G.
LOYE, FRANCIS J.
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
LOZANO, ISRAEL
LRC REAL ESTATE, INC.
LUCKES, KENNETH P.
LUCKIE, FLOYD
LUELLEN, DESASER
LUINSTRA, SHANNON
LUKOSE, SHAJI
LULUSA, FELIX
LUMPKIN, THERESA
LUMSDEN, KASANDRA E.
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LUNA, SHARLOTTE
LUNA, VICTORIA
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LURRY, ANDREW T. L. III
LURRY, THURMOND
LUSCH, ANGELA
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
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LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
LUTZE, ANGELA S.
LYLE, NATAE T.
LYLES, ALONZO
LYLES, BRANDON H.
LYNCH, SHEREMA
LYONS, CHRISTIAN
LYONS, ELAINE
LYONS, HEATHER A.
LYONS, HOWARD
LYONS-MARTIN, LANISE C.
MAAS, JOSEPH P.
MABRA, DONNA
MABRY, KATELYN
MABRY, RHONDA
MAC GRAPHICS GROUP, INC.
MACEDO, CESAR
MACEDO, ISRAEL
MACH, APRIL
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MACHUCA, PABLO
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MACIAS, JOSE
MACIAS, JUAN
MACIAS, LEONARD
MACIAS, MARCOS
MACIEL, LETICIA
MACK, ANDRINNIE
MACKER, AVA
MACKERL, BERNARD
MACON, COUNTY OF, PROBATION & COURT SERVICES
MACON RESOURCES, INC.
MACON, VINCENT
MACOUPIN, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
MACRAS, CHRISTINO B.
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MADISON, LUCIA M.
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MAGES, MATTHEW A.
MAGNESS, VALERIE
MAHER, ASHLEY V.
MAHER, PEGGY J
MAHER PLUMBING, INC.
MAHNEKE, WAYNE ET AL
MAHONEY, PAT
MAINLINE PLAZA, LLC C/O WALPERT PROPERTIES
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MAINSOURCE BANK TRUST 2682
MAINSOURCE BANK TRUST 2682
MAIR, VICKI
MALATARE, JAMES
MALAWSKI, FRED M.
MALCOLM, ANDREW
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
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MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
MALCOM, DAVID
MALDONADO, ERIC
MALDONADO, ISRAEL
MALDONADO, JEFF A.
MALDONADO, KAYLA
MALDONE, EMMANUEL
MALIK COMPANIES LIMITED
MALIN, DONALD K.
MALINOWSKI, ALEXANDER
MALLARD, GLORIA
MALLORY, VALERIE
MALONEY, WILLIAM J.
MALONY, JAMES
MANCERA, MAXIMILIANO
MANDES, LUZ MARIA
MANIS, ERIC
MANNIE, RODERICK
MANNIE, SHAVON
MANNIE, SHAVON
MANNIE, SHAVON
MANNIE, SHAVON
MANSFIELD, BRAD
MANSON, AMANDA
MAPES, JESSICA
MARAVILLA, ABRAHAM
MARBLE, WILLIAM
MARCELIAL, VALWARD
MARCH, BERNIECE L.
MARCIA DAVENPORT, AS INDEPENDANT ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF
MARIANJOY REHABILITATION HOSPITAL
MARINOV, TIHOMIR
MARION, DAWN
MARION EYE CENTERS & OPTICAL
MARION EYE CENTERS & OPTICAL
MARION FORD MERCURY, INC.
MARISOL, DAVILA
MARKEYS VIDEO IMAGES, LLC
MARKLEY, JOHN G
MARKS, PATRICIA D. & WILLIAMS, TAMIA
MARLOW, CINDY
MARLOW, RAYMOND A.
MARMOLEJO, FRANK R.
MARQUEZ, JOSE
MARQUIS, RNALD R.
MARRERO, GRISEL
MARRIOTT COMMERCE BUILDING, LLC
MARSH, LAMAR
MARSH, MICHAEL L.
MARSHALL, CHANEL
MARSHALL, DELOREN
MARSHALL, DONNA
MARSHALL, GLENDORA
MARSHALL, JULIE
MARSHALL, LATOY
MARSHALL, LATOY
MARSHALL, MARGE
MARSHALL, RODNEY
MARSHALL, TROY
MARTE, LISA
MARTELLO, BECKI R.
MARTIN, ALBERTA
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74 MARTIN, BRIAN
MARTIN, BRIAN J.
MARTIN, EDITH S.
MARTIN, JERRY
MARTIN, JOHN
MARTIN, JOHN R.
MARTIN, JOHNNY R.
MARTIN, JUSTIN R.
MARTIN, PAMELA J.
MARTIN, RICHARD G.
MARTIN, ROBERT J SR
MARTIN, SARAH
MARTIN, STEPHEN J.
MARTIN, VALERIE J.
MARTINEZ, ALISANDRO
MARTINEZ, ANGEL
MARTINEZ, ARCADIA
MARTINEZ, ARLENE
MARTINEZ, ARTURO CASTANEDA
MARTINEZ, CARLOS
MARTINEZ, CAROLINA
MARTINEZ, DANIEL
MARTINEZ, DIEGO F.
MARTINEZ, ERMINIA
MARTINEZ, GEO
MARTINEZ, IGNACIO
MARTINEZ, JESSICA
MARTINEZ, JOSE
MARTINEZ, JOVANNIE
MARTINEZ, JUAN
MARTINEZ, JUAN CARLOS
MARTINEZ, LAURA
MARTINEZ, LESLIE
MARTINEZ, LETICIA
MARTINEZ, LUCIA
MARTINEZ, MAGDALENA
MARTINEZ, MARIA
MARTINEZ, MAXIMINO
MARTINEZ, MIGUEL
MARTINEZ, MONICA
MARTINEZ, OMAR
MARTINEZ, ORALVA
MARTINEZ, RAMON
MARTINEZ, ROGELIO
MARTINEZ, SALVADOR
MARYVILLE ACADEMY
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MARYVILLE ACADEMY
MARZETTE, SAMUEL BRENT, III
MASCOTE, SILVIA
MASON, ANTAWEN
MASON, EDGAR
MASON, GAIL
MASON, JAMES M.
MASON, MAREESE L.
MASON TILLMAN ASSOCIATES, LTD.
MASON, VERA
MASSALLO, JOHN
MASSEY, HEATHER
MASSEY, LONNIE F.
MATARBAZI, WAEL
MATHERS CLINIC, LLC
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MATHEWS, STEVEN A.
MATHIS, DARREL
MATHIS, ELAINE
MATLOCK, ROBERT JR.
MATONIK, LUANNE
MATSON, VIVIAN S.
MATTHEWS, CORDELL
MATTHEWS, KIETA
MATTHEWS, NORMAN E. JR.
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75 MATTHEWS, ODIS MARIE
MATTHEWS, PATRICE
MATTHEWS, PATRICE
MATTHEWS, SHAWNTALE
MATTHIS, ROBERT
MATTISON, CHRISTOPHER
MAUTINO DISTRIBUTING COMPANY
MAUTINO DISTRIBUTING COMPANY
MAWUSI, AHIALE
MAXIME, MARILYN
MAXIME, MARILYN
MAXIME, MARILYN
MAXIME, MARILYN
MAXIME, MARILYN
MAXWELL, SARAH
MAY, MAURICE
MAY, WESLEY
MAYER, AMANDA
MAYERHOFER, RICH
MAYNOR, ROBERT
MAYO, DEANTE D.
MAYO, LATESSA R.
MAYO, VALERIE; & WISE, KENNETH
MAYS, DERRICK
MAYS, MICHAEL
MBOLIYOU, MARIUS
MCABEE, ROBERT III
MCAFEE, JARED D.
MCARDLE, DREW P.
MCBEE, LADONNA
MCBRIDE, RICHARD
MCCAGUE, COURTNEY
MCCAGUE, COURTNEY
MCCAIN, CORLISS L.
MCCAIN, RICKEY
MCCALL, BETH
MCCALL, CHANTEL
MCCALLISTER, BRETT
MCCAMPBELL, RAYMOND
MCCANN, ANTONIO
MCCANN, ROBERT
MCCANTS, KATHY
MCCARTER, BILLY
MCCARTY, THOMAS E. & MCCARTY, RALPH E., JR.
MCCLAIN, CHARLES
MCCLAIN, DAPHNE N.
MCCLAIN, DEMITRA
MCCLAM, VINCENT D.
MCCLARIN, ARCHIE III
MCCLARY, KESILA
MCCLENDON, CHRIS
MCCLENDON, SEAN
MCCLINE, DARREN
MCCLINTON, DANNY
MCCLURE, ANTHONY
MCCLURKIN, GIBBOR
MCCOMB, COREY
MCCONNELL, RANDALL D.
MCCONNELL, TIM #N-24314
MCCORD, NICOLE
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS, INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS INC.
MCCORKLE, KATHERINE
MCCORKLE, KATHERINE
MCCORMACK, JOY H.
MCCORMACK, ORRIN
MCCORMICK, DONALD
MCCOY, CHARLES
MCCOY, JUDY
MCCOY, JUSTINE
MCCOY, STEVEN J.
MCCRARY, LASHEANA
MCCRAW, THERESA
MCCRISTAL, SALOME
MCCRORY, KENDRA
MCCULLOUGH, KIRK
MCCULLOUGH, LOUIS
MCCULLUM, TERRY
MCCUNE, KIRK
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76 MCDANIEL, CYNTHIA A.
MCDANIEL, EMOGENE
MCDANIEL FIRE SYSTEMS, INC.
MCDAVIS, REEDA
MCDERMOTT CENTER D/B/A HAYMARKET CENTER
MCDERMOTT CENTER D/B/A HAYMARKET CENTER
MCDERMOTT CENTER D/B/A HAYMARKET CENTER
MCDERMOTT, MARGARET E.
MCDONALD, BOBBIE
MCDONALD, BRITTANY R.
MCDONALD, DAWN
MCDONOUGH, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
MCDUFFY, ALAN
MCFARLAND, LONNIE L. JR.
MCFARLIN, JENNIFER
MCGEE, AUDREY
MCGEE, CHARLES
MCGEE, DARRYL G.
MCGEE, JEFF
MCGEE, JEREMIAH
MCGEE, JEREMY
MCGEE, MARCUS
MCGEE, MARZEL T.
MCGEE, RICKY
MCGEE, VALERIA
MCGEE-CRIDER, BARBARA J.
MCGHEE, DIANE P.
MCGHEE, KEVIN
MCGILL, ESTER
MCGINNIS, MARY
MCGINNIS, SHARON
MCGLAUGHLIN, GERALD L.
MCGRATH, VINCENT C.
MCGRAW, CALEB
MCGUINNESS, EILEEN T.
MCGUIRE, JAMES A.
MCGUIRE, JAMES A.
MCGUIRE, SCOTT
MCHENRY, COUNTY OF
MCHENRY, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
MCHENRY NAPA
MCHERRON, LARRY & WASHINGTON, SHELIA; & FLOWERS, IEASHA
MCHUGH, JESSICA
MCINTOSH, MARIE A.
MCINTYRE, DARREN
MCKEE, JENNIFER L.
MCKEE, STERLING
MCKENZIE, DAMON, JR.
MCKINNEY, CARLIE J.
MCKINNEY, DIANE
MCKINNEY, EARL
MCKINNEY, KEENAN
MCKINNEY, VANESSA
MCKINNEY, WILLIAM
MCLAUGHLIN, EILEEN
MCLEAN COUNTY NEUROLOGY, S. C.
MCLEAN, COUNTY OF, HEALTH DEPARTMENT
MCLEMORE, JAMES
MCLEOD, MICHAEL J.
MCLIN, QUINTIN
MCMAHON, BRIAN R.
MCMORRIS, WILL A.
MCMULLEN, ERNEST
MCNAIR, BETTY S.
MCNALLY, NATHAN
MCNEAL, CRISTLE
MCNEAL, RALPH
MCNEIL, ROBIN
MCNEIL, VIVIAN
MCNUCKLES, VINCENT T.
MCNUTT, ADRIAN JR.
MCPHERSON, WAYNE
MCSHANE, JEROME
MCSHANE, NATASHA
MCVICKER, SARAH
MCWILLIAMS ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.
MEADOWBROOK MANOR - BOLINGBROOK
MEADOWBROOK MANOR - NAPERVILLE
MEADOWS, ROCHELLE DIANE
MEADWESTVACO
MEARI, MAHMOUD
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77 MECCON INDUSTRIES, INC.
MED-ELECTRONICS, INC.
MEDFORD OIL COMPANY, INC.
MEDICAL ASSOCIATES CLINIC
MEDICAL EYE SERVICES
MEDINA, FREIDA C.
MEDINA, JESUS
MEDRANO, MAYRA
MEEHAN, DENISE MARIE
MEEKS, HARRY II
MEEKS, JAMES A. JR.
MEEKS, JESSIE M. & TAYLOR, TANISHA
MEEKS, SHYVONE
MEINTEL, EHREN
MEISMER, RYAN M.
MEJIA, CHRISTINA C.
MEJIA, GUSTAVO
MELENDEZ, HECTOR
MELENDEZ, JOSE
MELOTTE MORSE LEONATTI PARKER, LTD.
MELTON, BRUCE D.
MELTON, JAYNETTA
MELTON, RANDOLPH LEE
MELTON, YVONNE
MEMBRENO, LUIS A.
MEMDEZ, NICOLASA
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL D/B/A SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HEALTHCARE
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
MENA, MELISSA
MENARD ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
MENARD, INC.
MENARD, INC.
MENARD, INC.
MENDEZ, ANTONIO
MENDEZ, JOSE
MENDEZ, YOLANDA
MENDOZA, CHRISTIAN
MENDOZA, EDWARD
MENDOZA, ERIK
MENDOZA, OSCAR
MENDOZA, RICARDO
MENDOZA, RIGOBERTO
MENDOZA, YONI
MENONI & MOCOGNI, INC.
MENSAH, SHAUN
MENTO, MICHAEL J.
MERAZ, UBALDO MEDRANO
MERCADO, ANGEL M.
MERCADO, ANGEL M.
MERCADO, ESTHER
MERCADO, ESTHER
MERCADO, JULIETA
MERCADO, TOMAS
MERCER, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
MERCY HOUSE LAKEFRONT
MERGE, MARC G.
MERLOS, GEORGE
MERRICK, DE SHAUN
MERRIHEW, GEORGE E.
MERRITT, DAVINA
MERRITT, RONALD S.
MERRITT, RONALD S.
MERTES, MARLENE D.
MESCHINO, STACY
MESSINA, ANTONIO
METCALF, KRISTY
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO
METRO AREA PAIN CONSULTANTS
METRO AREA PAIN CONSULTANTS
METRO AREA PAIN CONSULTANTS
METRO MEDICAL SERVICES, INC.
METRO MEDICAL SERVICES, INC.
METRO MEDICAL SERVICES, INC.
METROPOLITAN GROUP, LLC
METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT OF GREATER CHICAGO
METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DISTRICT OF GREATER CHICAGO
METZGER, SHARON
MEYER, JOHN A.
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78 MEYER, MARIYA
MEYERS, GWENDOLYN
MEYERS, JO ANNE
MEZA, ALFONZO
MGF AUTOMOTIVE/CHEAP CARS/MIDWESTERN GOAT FAR
MICELI, KRISTINA
MICHAEL, KEVIN
MICHAEL REESE RESEARCH & EDUCATION FOUNDATION
MICHAEL'S UNIFORM COMPANY, INC.
MICHALAK, ADAM
MICHALIK, DAVID
MICKEY, ROBERT
MICKIEL, CRYSTAL
MICROTELL INN & SUITES
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
MIDAMERICA TIRE & PERFORMANCE, INC.
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY
MIDAMERICAN ENERGY COMPANY
MID-CITY PLAZA, LLC D/B/A CROWN PLAZA METRO
MID-CONTINENT UNIVERSITY
MIDEASTERN PLUMBING, HEATING & A/C
MIDLOTHIAN, PARK DISTRICT
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
MIDWEST BRAIN INJURY CLUBHOUSE
MIDWEST HERITAGE INN OF QUINCY D/B/A QUINCY FAIRFIELD
MIDWEST MAILING & SHIPPING SYSTEMS, INC.
MIDWEST MOBILITY & DESIGN
MIDWEST MOVING & STORAGE, INC.
MIDWEST OFFICE GROUP
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC
MIDWEST OFFICE SUPPLY, LLC
MIDWEST ORTHOPAEDICS AT RUSH
MIDWEST PHYSICIAN GROUP
MIDWEST PHYSICIAN GROUP
MIER, SALVADOR SR.
MIGNONE COMMUNICATIONS D/B/A PHILLIPS BROTHERS PRINTERS
MIGNONE COMMUNICATIONS D/B/A PHILLIPS BROTHERS PRINTERS
MIGNONE COMMUNICATIONS D/B/A PHILLIPS BROTHERS PRINTERS
MIGUEL, DAVILA
MIKE RYAN PLUMBING
MILAM, EARLEE & MATTHEWS, SHAWNTALE
MILAM, LASHAWN
MILAM'S DISPOSAL SERVICE
MILAN, CHARLOTTE
MILAN, CHARLOTTE
MILES, GREGORY D.
MILES, JIMMY
MILES, LARCIA
MILES-BISSETT, CYNTHIA
MILFORD, AARON
MILLENIA METALS, LLC
MILLENIA METALS, LLC
MILLER, ANTHONY C.
MILLER, BARNEY
MILLER, CARLY A.
MILLER, CAROL G.
MILLER, CAROL M.
MILLER, CHARLES D. JR.
MILLER, DIANE Y.
MILLER, DINA K.
MILLER, ELIZABETH
MILLER, ELIZABETH
MILLER, ELIZABETH
MILLER, ELIZABETH
MILLER, ELIZABETH J.
MILLER, ERIC
MILLER, HEATHER
MILLER, JEFFREY
MILLER, JOSEPH M
MILLER, KAREN E.
MILLER, KEVIN S.
MILLER, LEON
MILLER, MALCOLM
MILLER, MARNESSA
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MILLER, NICHOLAS B.
MILLER, PATSY
MILLER, SELENA
MILLER, TERRI M.
MILLER, TERRI M.
MILLER, WILMA
MILLS, AMIE JO
MILLS, THOMAS C.
MILLS, TRE'ANEE
MILNER, ERWIN
MILSAP, RAMONICA L.
MILTON, DEYMORRYS L.
MILTON, FONTAINE
MILTON, HERBERT
MINARSICH, TARA
MINKS, MICHAEL ALLEN
MINOLTA, KONICA
MINOR, BRENDA
MINOR, BRENDA J.
MINOR, DENEEN
MIRANDA, ILIANA
MIRANDA, JUANITA
MIRANDA, VERONICA
MIRELES, GRISELDA
MIRZA, MANSHA P.
MISTERKA, GRZEGORZ
MITCHELL, ALEXANDER
MITCHELL, CATRINA K.
MITCHELL, CHRISTY
MITCHELL, JACKIE
MITCHELL, JAMES A.
MITCHELL, JEREMY
MITCHELL, JERMAINE
MITCHELL, JERRY L.
MITCHELL, KALVIN
MITCHELL, KATHY L.
MITCHELL, KEHINDA
MITCHELL, LAWRENCE II
MITCHELL, LENA B.
MITCHELL, LOUIS C.
MITCHELL, MELISSA
MITCHELL, PHYLLIS
MITCHELL, REBECCA J.
MITCHELL, REGINALD
MITCHELL, RENITA
MITCHELL, RONALD A.
MITCHELL, RUTH & MITCHELL, THERESA
MITCHELL, THOMAS F.
MITCHELL, WYDELL
MITCHELSON, DANNY
MIXON, CALVETTE WALKER
MIXON, CALVETTE WALKER
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
M.J. KELLNER COMPANY
MN HARDWARE D/B/A NOONAN TRUE VALUE
MN HARDWARE D/B/A NOONAN TRUE VALUE
MOBILE ID SOLUTIONS, INC.
MOCKOVAK, LEANN
MOHAMED, IMADELDIN B.
MOHAMED, MOHAMOUD
MOHAMMADI, MINAYEH
MOJENA, GILBERTO
MOKAPHAN, SAENSUK
MOLINA, CESAREO
MOLINA, MARIA
MOLLETT, EMILY R.
MOLTER CORPORATION
MOMAN, DARYL
MONACO, JOSEPH
MONAHAN & COHEN
MONAHAN & COHEN
MONEY, JOHNIE
MONIER, FRANK
MONJARAZ, SOCORRO
MONROE, MARCUS
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80 MONROE, OTIS D.
MONSAVE, ALEJANDRA
MONTALVO, TAHYRA
MONTCALM, ALEXANDER
MONTEBELLO, JAVIER
MONTEMAYOR, GUSTAVO
MONTENEGRO PAPER
MONTES, GABRIEL
MONTES, HECTOR
MONTESSORI ACADEMY
MONTGOMERY, JENNIFER
MONTGOMERY, KATHLEEN
MONTGOMERY, LATISHA
MONTOYA, HUGO D.
MOON, TERRELL B.
MOORE, AMANDA
MOORE, AMY
MOORE, AMY
MOORE, ANTON
MOORE, ASHANTE
MOORE, CURTIS L.
MOORE, DARNELL II
MOORE, DEBRA ANN
MOORE, DONNELL
MOORE, GARY M.
MOORE, JAMES
MOORE, JAMES D.
MOORE, JAMES E.
MOORE, JOANN
MOORE, LADONNA
MOORE, LATRICE
MOORE, LAWRENCE M.
MOORE, LYNDA
MOORE, LYNDA
MOORE, MAKEISHA
MOORE, MARCUS
MOORE, MARK
MOORE, MARY
MOORE, MARY BETH
MOORE, MAURICE
MOORE, MICHAEL
MOORE, MICHAEL; & MOORE, JUANITA
MOORE, NECOLA
MOORE, NIKIA
MOORE, ROBERT L. JR.
MOORE, SHARON
MOORE, TOMMY
MOORE, VENESSA
MOORE, VICKI
MOORE, WILLIAM
MORA, JOSE
MORA, MARIO
MORAGNE, GEORGE
MORALES, ADALBERTO
MORALES, ALEJANDRO
MORALES, ANTHONY J.
MORALES, EDUARDO
MORALES, FILEMON L.
MORALES, GABRIEL
MORALES, JOSE
MORALES, JULIAN
MORALES, KELLY A.
MORAN, ULISES
MORAN, WILLIAM M.
MORENO, ALEJANDRO
MORENO, CORINNA
MORENO, TAMARA
MORENO, TAMARA
MORENS, VERONICA
MORENS, VERONICA
MORGAN, BRANDI
MORGAN, BRENT M.
MORGAN, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
MORGAN, JEFFREY
MORGAN, MARK
MORGAN, TETA
MORHARDT, RODNEY
MORISSETTE, SHERMAN
MORLAN, JENNIFER
MORLAND, KELLEEN
MORRIS HOSPITAL
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81 MORRIS, JAMES
MORRIS, KEVIN S.
MORRIS, LARRY C.
MORRIS, PAUL M.
MORRIS, PAULETTE D., ROGERS, CRAIG & FINLEY TIEARA
MORRIS, RICCARDO
MORRIS, STACEY
MORRIS, THERRIS
MORRIS TRAILER SALES, INC.
MORRISON, CARL
MORTON, AUDREY
MORTON, CAROLYN
MOSAIC
MOSAIC
MOSBY, DOMINIQUE L.
MOSER, BRIAN LEE
MOSLEY, CAROLYN
MOSLEY, DEBRA
MOSLEY, MICHAEL C.
MOSTACCIO PHILLIP J
MOTA, SAMUEL
MOTHKOVICH, GREGORY L.
MOTLEY, QUAINTANCE
MOTLEY, QUAINTANCE
MOTON, DEONDRE
MOTOROLA
MOULTON, RICKI W.
MOULTRIE COUNTY COUNSELING CENTER
MOULTRIE COUNTY COUNSELING CENTER
MOUNTAINSIDE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, INC.
MOY, SUE WAH
MOYER, KATHERINE L.
MOYLES, KEVIN P.
MOZO, RAFAEL
MT. CARMEL, CITY OF
MUELLER, DUSTIN L.
MUELLER, JENELLE K.
MUELLER, MICHELE A.
MUHAMMAD, GADALA
MUHAMMAD, RAYMOND
MUHAMMAD, SYED S.
MUHAMMAD, WAZIRAH H.
MUIR, CHERYL
MUJERES LATINAS EN ACCION
MULHOLLAND, GINNY C.
MULLEN, MARY
MULLENIX, MARY E.
MULLI, FRANK III
MULLIGAN, KEITH
MUNGUIA-ENRIQUEZ, HENRY E.
MUNIZ, MARIA CARMEN
MUNOZ, EDWIN
MUNOZ, ELIZABETH R.
MUNOZ, JUAN
MUNOZ, JULIUS O.
MUNOZ, MICHAEL P.
MUNOZ, NILDA
MUNOZ, WILLIAM
MUNOZ-RAMIREZ, SARA
MUNROE, MARSEAN
MUNSON, SHANNA M.
MURDOCK, ANNIE
MURDOCK, DELORES C.
MURDOCK, MARY
MURILLO, JOSE A.
MURILLO, RAMON
MURPHY, BERNADETTE
MURPHY, BRENDA F.
MURPHY, CHRISTINE
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MURPHY, KATHLEEN
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MURPHY, KATHLEEN M.
MURPHY, KATHLEEN M.
MURPHY, MEGHAN
MURPHY, PETER JR.
MURPHY, WILLIE
MURRAY, ANTHONY
MURRAY, DAVID
MURRAY, KELLY
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82 MUSALE, SHASHANK
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MYERS, TONYA J.
MYLES, DELONNO
MYLES, LANESHA J.
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N. KOHL GROCER COMPANY, INC. D/B/A KOHL WHOLESALE
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NABRY, LUVENIA
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NAPOLEON, NAPOLEON D.
NAPUE, LAWRENCE
NARVAEZ, MARIO
NASER, SAMIR S.
NASH, LAURA
NASH-SMITH, ANNETTE
NASMHPD RESEARCH INSTITUTE
NASMHPD RESEARCH INSTITUTE
NATHAN, ROBERT D.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK SOCIAL WORKERS-CHICAGO CHAPTER
NATIONAL POWER RODDING CORPORATION
NATIONAL-LOUIS UNIVERSITY
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NAVARRO, ESMERELDA
NAVARRO, FRANCISCO
NAVARRO, ROSENDO
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NAYLOR, CATHERINE S.
NCI BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC.
NEAL, BRIAN D.
NEAL, DAVID
NEAL, JERMAINE
NEAL, KENNETH
NEAL TIRE & AUTO SERVICE
NECCO, CHARLENE
NEE, BRIDGET A.
NEE, THOMAS
NEECE, DENA
NEEDHAM, ANITA
NEELY SERVICES, INC.
NEFF, MEGAN
NEGRON, HEIDI
NEHRING, KENNETH
NEIMAN BROTHERS COMPANY, INC.
NEIMAN BROTHERS COMPANY, INC.
NEIMAN BROTHERS COMPANY, INC.
NEIMAN BROTHERS COMPANY, INC.
NELK, JERRY A.
NELLEM, PRECIOUS
NELSON, BRIAN
NELSON, HEATHER
NELSON, HEATHER
NELSON, JEFF A. & BAUMGARDNER, CHRISTINE A.
NELSON, LORENZO
NELSON, PHILLIP M.
NELSON, REBECCA INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF AUTHUR NELSON
NELSON, ROBIN K.
NELSON, RONDA JO
NELSON, RYAN
NELSON, RYAN
NELSON, TERRELL C.
NELSON, VANESSA
NELSON, VANESSA
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10CV2872
11CV0658
11CV1711
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NELSON, WILLIAM J.
NEMANI, SAJJAN K. MD
NEMANI, SAJJAN, MD
NEMANI, SAJJAN,K. DR.
NEPA CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING D/B/A ACESS
NEPSHA, JESSICA V.
NETTLES, JENNIFER
NEUCO, INC.
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROSURGERY & SPINE SURGERY
NEUROSURGERY & SPINE SURGERY
NEVILLE, JAMES
NEW HOPE CENTER, INC.
NEWELL, CHANDRA
NEWSOME, NOREEN
NEWSOME, SAVAN
NEWTON, AUDRA C.
NEWTON, RICHARD B
NEXUS-INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
NEXUS-INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
NEXUS-INDIAN OAKS ACADEMY
NGAMLI-FIFEN, JEAN M.
NGUE, JEAN PAUL
NGUER, SONJI
NGUYEN, MINH T.
NICHLOLSON, WADE
NICHOLS, SCOTT JR.
NICHOLSON, PARIS
NICKELS, BRIAN
NICKS, WAYNEMAN
NICOLL, COURTNEY
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NICOR GAS
NIEDZELA, JOHN
NIELSEN, KATHERINE J.
NIEMIEC, ANTONINA
NIETO, JAIME
NIEVES, ADRIAN
NIGHSONGER, CYNTHIA, A.
NIKOV, LUDMIL
NILES, EDDIE
NILLES, JARED R.
NILSON, KENNETH
NINOS, DAVID
NIROUMAND-RAD, FARHAD
NISSEN, NORMAN, JR.; AS PLENARY GUARDIAN OF THE ESTATE & PERSON OF
NITSCH, TIFFANY
NIX, JENNIFER E.
NIXON, DYAMOND
NMS LABS
NOBLE, DESMOND
NOBLE, DESMOND
NOEL, ROY
NOLAN, SUZIE
NOMMENSEN, VALERIE
NONTHAVETH, PETER
NOOR, KHALID
NOREY, SURAH
NORFLEET, MALON
NORMAN. DAMON
NORMAN, KATRINA & NORMAN, BRIDGET A MINOR, BY AND THROUGH HER
NORRIS, JOHN V
NORTH EAST MULTI-REGIONAL TRAINING
NORTH LAWNDALE EMPLOYMENT NETWORK
NORTH LAWNDALE EMPLOYMENT NETWORK
NORTH SHORE SENIOR CENTER
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
NORTHEASTERN LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL
11CV1712
11CV0266
10CC3626
10CC3895
10CC3853
11CC1361
10CV5578
11CV3448
11CC1675
10CC2674
10CC2805
10CC2807
10CC2809
10CC2810
10CC2811
10CC2812
10CC2813
10CC2814
10CC2815
10CC0874
10CC0875
10CV4291
11CC2433
08CV6259
10CV3888
09CV4857
11CC1358
11CC2283
10CC0343
10CC3696
10CC3697
10CV5281
10CV2873
10CV4363
10CV2548
10CV5528
10CV5390
11CV2583
11CC0618
11CV1750
10CV4687
10CC3373
10CC3375
10CC3435
10CC3436
11CC1298
10CV2168
10CC2395
10CV0589
11CV0443
10CV3534
10CC3171
06CV4371
11CV0773
11CV0698
10CV2796
10CV3062
11CC1631
07CC2571
11CV2726
09CV4694
11CV1746
10CC0662
10CV4810
10CV4811
10CV2304
11CC0767
10CV2830
11CV1578
11CV3753
09CV0990
10CC1247
11CV1814
08CC1649
11CC1370
10CC2703
10CC3092
11CC0349
10CC1182
10CC0326
11CC2309
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NORTHERN ILLINOIS SCANNING
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SCANNING
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SCANNING
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY-BURSAR OFFICE
NORTHFIELD INN & SUITES
NORTHRUP, JESSICA
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, S.C.
NORTHWEST SPECIAL RECREATION ASSOCIATION
NORTHWEST TREATMENT ASSOCIATES, INC.
NORTHWESTERN LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL
NORTHWESTERN LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL FACULTY FOUNDATION
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
NORTON, SARAH N.
NORWOOD, FLORIA J.
NORWOOD, LARRY
NORWOOD, SANDRA
NORWOOD, THERESA D. & WHITLEY, LASANE
NOVAK, EDWARD
NOVAK, JOSEPH
NOVELL
NOVOSEL, NICOLE
NOVOSEL, NICOLE
NOWLIN, SANDRA
NOWLING, CHRISTOPHER
NUGENT, ERIN J.
NUNEZ, ARTURO
NUNEZ, DAMIAN
NUNEZ, MARIA
NUNEZ, MARIELA
NUNEZ-MONTENEGRO, SILVIA C.
NUNEZ-WESTCOTT, THERESA
NUNN, CARL
NURTURING DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING CENTER
NURU, ALEMNESH
NUTTALL, JENNIFER
NUYENS, OSCAR
OAKS, JASON
O'BANNON, NICHOLAS D.
O'BRIEN, DAVID A.
O'BRIEN, JESSICA
O'BRIEN, JUDITH
O'BRIEN MARY
OCAMPO, ELSA
OCAMPO, HELEN
OCAMPO, MARIA
OCASIO, ISMAEL
OCASIO, LESLIE
OCE IMAGISTICS
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCHOA, MARIA
OCHOA, RAFAEL D.
O'CONNELL, WILLIAM R.
O'CONNOR, TARA E.
O'CONNOR, TIMOTHY J.
OCONOMOWOC DEVELOPMENTAL TRAINING CENTER
ODELL, NOBA
11CC1352
09CC1880
09CC3162
10CC3507
10CC2592
09CC1616
11CV2727
10CC1495
10CC1496
10CC2211
10CC2555
11CC0565
11CC0728
11CC2738
11CC1617
11CC1972
10CC3303
11CC0649
10CV3063
09CV0673
09CV0372
11CV1033
09CV4164
10CV5391
10CV2733
11CC0857
11CV1663
11CV2457
11CV2300
10CV4988
10CV4014
08CV0894
10CV2451
10CV1126
10CV4754
10CV1433
10CV3759
10CV3816
11CC0641
11CV1211
10CV4446
10CV2355
05CV2970
11CV1966
10CV1746
10CC3478
10CC2994
09CC1918
10CV0888
10CV4388
11CV0969
11CV2015
11CV2481
10CC0395
09CC3064
10CC0390
10CC0393
10CC0397
10CC0400
10CC0401
10CC1606
10CC1901
10CC1916
10CC2746
10CC2747
10CC2748
10CC2749
10CC2750
10CC2768
10CC2769
10CC2771
10CC3605
10CC3606
10CC3691
10CV5649
09CV5692
10CC2013
10CV3699
11CV2517
10CC2758
88CV0103
85 ODELL, NOBA
ODELL, PHILLIP
O'DONNELL, PADRAIG
ODUM, HAZEL V.
ODUMYIWA, DEJI
OFC CAPITAL CORPORATION
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
OFMAN, ERIC
O'HARA, SHANNON
OHLUOS, RAYMUNDO
OJEDA, GERMAN
OJSTERSEK, JAMES
O'KANE, MICHAEL W.
OKEROKE, PETER
OKPOGIE, JOHN
OLDEN, TERRANCE
OLEDO, GILBERTO
OLGUIN, ANTONIO
OLIVARES, CIRO JR.
OLIVE, SUSAN R.
OLIVEIRA, CAIO C.
OLIVEIRA, EULALIA
OLIVER, ANGELA
OLIVER, HAROLD
OLIVER, KIM
OLIVER, OTIS
OLIVERAS, MILTON
OLIVERAS, NELIDA
OLIVERIO, THOMAS C.
OLMO, ARTURO
OLSON, DEBORA L.
OLSZEWSKI, BOGDAN
OLTMAN, CASSIE
OMAR, KIFAH
ONARGA ACADEMY
ONE HOPE UNITED NORTHERN REGION
O'NEAL, KATHIE
ON-LINE SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. D/B/A METRO ENFORCEMENT
ONOFRE, ALEJANDRO
OPTIONS & ADVOCACY FOR MCHENRY COUNTY
OQUENDO, FRANKIE
ORACLE AMERICA, INC.
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORAL SURGERY CENTER
ORANGE, DAWN
ORANGE, DAWN
ORANGE, DAWN
ORANTES, MARIO
ORATOWSKI, STEPHEN EDWARD
ORCHESTRATE HOSPITALITY
ORDONEZ, EUNICE
ORNDORFF, WILLIAM RAY & GAST, MARY
ORNELAS, JOHN
ORNELAS, JOHN A.
O'ROURKE, ROSEMARY C.
11CV0367
11CV1891
08CV2428
10CV3159
10CV4531
06CC2626
10CC3213
10CC3214
10CC3216
10CC3217
10CC3218
10CC3219
10CC3223
10CC3225
10CC3228
10CC3229
10CC3230
10CC3231
10CC3232
10CC3236
10CC3237
10CC3238
10CC3239
10CV3083
10CV1793
10CV4781
10CV2278
11CV3740
10CC3808
11CV3519
11CV0131
11CV1269
11CV0600
10CV3889
11CV0717
09CV5682
10CV4218
10CV4837
10CV3119
08CC1989
08CV6480
09CV4207
10CV1202
11CC0677
11CC1055
11CV0323
11CV0804
10CV3924
09CV2800
10CV5247
10CC2187
10CC2727
10CV4000
11CC1777
10CV2062
11CC0043
09CV5959
10CC3534
10CC3026
10CC3034
11CC0444
11CC0445
11CC0446
11CC0447
11CC0472
11CC0487
11CC0488
11CC0489
11CC0490
11CC0491
10CV2896
10CV2897
10CV3222
11CV2348
11CC0372
11CC0647
11CV0774
09CV0583
10CV5196
10CV2734
10CV5812
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OROZCO, ELDER
OROZCO, MANUEL A.
OROZCO, MARIA
ORR, DAVERA K
ORR, PHYLLIS
ORTEGA, CARLOS
ORTEGA, ERIK
ORTEGA, LINDA
ORTEGA, MARIA
ORTEGA, MARIA D.
ORTEGA, MARICRUZ
ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANANKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANANKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANANKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ORTHOPEDIC CENTER OF ILLINOIS
ORTHOTIC PROSTHETIC DESIGN
ORTIZ, CARLOS
ORTIZ, CAROLINA
ORTIZ, DENA
ORTIZ, EDELMIRO
ORTIZ, FABIO
ORTIZ, JESUS
ORTIZ, JOSE LUIS
ORTIZ, LANCE D.
ORTIZ, LUIS
ORTIZ, MIGUEL
ORTIZ, VIVIANA
OSBORN, LELA E.
OSBORNE, BRIAN H.
OSBORNE, CANDACE
OSBORNE, CANDACE
OSBORNE, THERESA M.
OSEMOBOR, JULIE
OSF MEDICAL GROUP
O'SHEA, KOLENE
OSORIO, OSCAR
OSOWSKI, KENNETH
OSOWSKI, KENNETH
OSTER, CHRISTOPHER
OSWEGO POLICE DEPARTMENT
OTERO, JOSE
OTERO, RAMON JR.
OTTAWA MEDICAL CENTER
OTTAWA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
OTTAWA YMCA
OTTINGER, RICK
OTTOE, ROSLYN
OUR PLACE PIZZA & DELICATESSEN
OUSLEY, CRAIG
OUTLAW, ALFRED
OVERBEY, JACOB A.
OVERBY, LAURA
OWEN, JIM
OWENS, BRENNA
OWENS, BRIAN
OWENS, FANNIE
OWENS, FANNIE
OWENS, JAMES
OWENS, JOHNNIE
OWENS, JOYCE & COLLINS, PAXTON
OWENS, KATHLEEN
OWENS, KERRY
OWENS, KIMBERLY
OWENS, KRISTOPHER
OWENS, LATONYA
OWENS, RACE A.
OWENS, RITA
OWENS, TERRY
OWENS, TYREE
11CV0775
11CV1532
10CV5010
10CV3352
11CC1641
06CV3576
10CV5377
11CV2232
07CV4919
10CV3535
10CV3445
11CV1380
10CC2464
10CC3376
10CC3391
10CC3504
10CC3600
10CC3601
11CC0067
11CC0068
11CC0569
11CC0758
11CC1268
11CC1382
11CC1876
11CC1899
10CC3592
10CC2793
11CV0824
11CV0324
10CV0829
10CV4240
11CV1968
11CV0294
10CV1979
09CV1293
09CV3265
10CV4107
11CV0847
11CV2540
09CV6255
11CV2233
11CV2234
10CV5299
11CV3178
10CC2984
11CV0718
11CV0659
10CV4730
10CV4731
10CV2134
11CC1429
11CV1919
11CV0719
10CC3815
11CC2190
10CC3622
10CV4970
10CV3925
11CC1241
10CV3329
10CV3586
10CV1850
07CV3600
10CV0274
10CC3024
10CV4688
11CC0323
11CC2169
07CC0072
08CC0080
10CV4553
11CC0335
11CV0507
10CV5671
10CV1851
10CV5597
10CV0067
10CV2524
11CV3137
10CV2928
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OZARK MOUNTAIN MINIATURES
OZOG, MATEUSZ
PABST, IRENE L.
PACE, JOHN; & CARTER, PATRICIA
PACE, MALCOLM XX
PACE, MARIO
PACHECO, ADAM J.
PACHECO, RAY JR.
PACHECO, SEJESMUNDO
PADDIE, JOSEPH
PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS, INC.
PADILLA, DANIEL
PADILLA, II, JOSEPH J.
PADILLA, MICHAEL
PADILLA-MUNOZ, RICARDO
PADILLA-VILCHIS, MARIBEL
PAGE, DAN
PAIGE, DARRYL
PAKAWINYU, NUTTAPONG
PALASINSKI, EWA
PALIATSOS, STEVE
PALMER, DEBORAH T.
PALMER, KAREN A
PALMER, SHIRL
PALMER, SHIRL
PALMER, SHIRL
PALMER, TIFFINEY L.
PALMORE-JORDAN, CAROLYN
PALOMINO, MARIO JR.
PAMPKLIN, CHARLES
PANICI, ERIC
PANICO, DAWN
PANICO, DAWN
PANKEY, DEBRA A.
PANKEY, JOSHUA
PANKEY, SCOTT A.
PANKOW, TIMOTHY J.
PANOS, NICK
PANTOJA, CARMEN J.
PANVINO-GIL, CARMELA
PAPISH, SUSANNAH
PAPISH, SUSANNAH
PAREDES, FABIANA
PARISI, JAY
PARK, EUNHEE
PARK FOREST, VILLAGE OF
PARK FOREST, VILLAGE OF
PARKER, ANISE
PARKER, DEMITRIUS
PARKER, FARTRINA
PARKER, FRANESHIA
PARKER, JAMIL
PARKER, JHAMARI
PARKER, JOHNNY, #R-15613
PARKER, KESHANA E.
PARKER, KEVIN
PARKER, MALCOLM
PARKER, MARQUEESE
PARKER, MARQUEESE
PARKER, MARY ANN
PARKER, RICHARD
PARKER, ROBERT III
PARKER, THADIOUS
PARKER, VINCENT E.
PARKINS, KARIE
PARKINSON, STEPHANIE
PARKISON, BRANDON
PARKS, ANDRE
PARKWAY ELEVATORS
PARMELY, JACKIE A.
PARNELL, WARREN
PARNELL, WILLIE
PARR, ALEXANDER
PARRICK, CHRISTINA
PARSANO, BRANDON L.
PARTIN, ALISON PAIGE
PARX, DAVID
PASCO, AMANDA
PASLAVSKA, OKSANA
PASSAVANT MEMORIAL AREA HOSPITAL
08CV6149
10CC2724
10CV2899
09CV0961
10CV3890
11CV1321
11CV2146
10CV3700
11CV0700
10CV3701
08CV3550
10CC2695
09CV6177
10CV3161
11CV2728
10CV5046
10CV3511
11CV0995
10CV1580
10CV5260
10CV1360
11CV0186
11CC1269
10CC1375
10CV2843
10CV2844
10CV2845
10CV0098
11CC2002
10CV5745
11CV1713
11CV0996
08CV3797
08CV4090
08CV3118
10CV2735
10CV4001
08CV2548
10CV3587
10CV4219
10CV4689
10CV3120
10CV3121
10CV0837
09CV4907
11CV0187
10CC3724
11CC1784
10CC0346
07CV3016
09CV5670
11CV0660
10CV1077
10CV3926
04CV4145
11CV0237
10CV3817
10CV3028
11CV1142
11CV2379
09CV4536
10CV2900
10CV3492
10CV3393
11CV0057
06CV0232
10CV3477
10CV2427
10CV5072
10CC3800
10CV4554
10CV5774
11CV1753
11CV2053
10CV2730
11CV0485
10CV2493
10CV5746
11CV2663
10CV2477
10CC2010
88 PASSAVANT MEMORIAL AREA HOSPITAL
PATEL, GHANSHYAM
PATEL, KETAN
PATEL, MAHENDRA C.
PATEL, NIKUNJ
PATHWAY SERVICES UNLIMITED, INC.
PATHWAYS PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES
PATON, DAVID E.
PATRICK, ANTHONY L.
PATTAROZZI, REBECCA L.
PATTERSON, GWENDOLYN
PATTERSON, MARY
PATTERSON, MYRTLE
PATTERSON, VERNON
PATTON, MARILYN
PATTON, SORETTA
PAUL ABT CONTRACT FLOOR COVERINGS, INC.
PAUL, ALEXANDRA N.
PAULETTE, AYIKO
PAULSON, AUDREY
PAUTLER, CHRIS
THE PAVILION FOUNDATION, RTC UNIT
THE PAVILION FOUNDATION, RTC UNIT
PAVLIK, JOHN E.
PAWELKO, ANTONI
PAWLAK, CHRISTOPHER J.
PAWLOWSKI, DONNA
PAWNEE LUMBER & HARDWARE
PAWNELL, RHONDA JOHNSON
PAYNE, CAROLYN
PAYNE, CORNELL
PAYNE, JESSIE, JR.
PAYNE, JOE
PAYNE, OWEN
PAYNE, SCHERRIE
PBS LEARNING INSTITUTE, INC.
PDC LABORATORIES, INC.
PEAK, BOBBY PARIS II
PEAK PERSONNEL, INC.
PEARCE, MCKINLEY
PEARSON, AL
PEARSON, ALONZO
PECKO, JANET RAUSCH
PEDEN, AMECIO
PEDERSON, CHRISTOPHER
PEDRAZA, JOSE
PEET, KENNETH R., II
PEET, RUBY C.
PEGRAM, DANIEL M.
PEI, YU
PELLETIER, RON
PENA, ARTURO
PENA, CARLOS A.
PENA, HENRY JR.
PENA, JAIME JR.
PENA, JOSE
PENA, MAGDALENA
PENAZOLA, EDGAR
PENEVA, EMILIA I.
PENNAVARIA, VINCENT
PENNELL FORKLIFT SERVICE, INC.
PENNIE, ROGER
PENNING, ROGER L. JR.
PENNY, KEISHA
PENZICK, PAUL S.
PEOPLES, LAKISHA
PEPPERS, AUDREY
PEREA, JOSE G.
PEREZ, ANGEL
PEREZ, ARISVAL
PEREZ, CANDELANO
PEREZ, FELIPE
PEREZ, FELIPE
PEREZ, FERNANDO
PEREZ, FRANCISCO
PEREZ, FRED
PEREZ, GREGORIO
PEREZ, HERIBERTO
PEREZ, ISMAEL
PEREZ, JOSE
PEREZ, JOSE G.
10CC2913
11CV0444
10CV0998
10CV1650
11CV0968
10CC1501
11CC2236
10CV4409
11CV1815
10CV4481
10CV5197
07CC0514
10CV3123
10CV3287
11CC1422
10CC3985
10CC3357
10CV4176
10CV2152
10CC3708
10CV3570
11CC1135
11CC1136
10CV5813
11CV3575
10CV4157
07CV2394
10CC1319
09CV3138
11CV1120
11CV0943
07CV0383
11CV1664
10CV3446
07CV0384
10CC2829
11CC0954
09CV1295
10CC2133
07CV1712
08CV2516
09CV0472
09CC2626
10CV4292
10CC0764
10CV3953
07CV2366
11CC1234
10CC3147
09CV5289
10CV5598
11CV0825
10CV5599
11CV1213
09CV3378
11CV1270
09CV0500
08CV5993
08CV2517
10CV3891
10CC3976
11CV2936
10CV2736
11CV1381
09CC2446
11CV1665
10CC3002
11CV0529
11CV0085
11CV1666
11CV3306
10CV4259
11CV2684
11CV1611
10CV5338
10CV4957
10CV2644
10CV4589
10CV5488
10CV2645
09CV3139
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PEREZ, LEONISIA & FERNANDEZ, FELICITA
PEREZ, LISA M.
PEREZ, LUIS
PEREZ, MANUEL
PEREZ, NANCY
PEREZ, NICOLAS
PEREZ, RICARDO
PEREZ, SONIA LOPEZ
PEREZ, TOMAS R.
PEREZ, VICTOR
PERKINS, CHRISTOPHER
PERKINS, DEBORAH
PERKINS, GLORIA
PERKINS, KEITH
PERKINS, RICO
PERKINS, SHEENA
PERKINS, TAMISHA
PERKINS, XAVIER M.
PERRIN, MARTIN
PERRIN, MEGAN
PERRY, ANNEICE
PERRY, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
PERRY, ERIC E.
PERRY, GISELLE E.
PERRY, GREGORY
PERRY, HASSAN
PERRY, JOBEANA
PERRY, MARY C.
PERRY, PAUL
PERRYMAN, ANTHONY A.
PERRYMAN, NIANA
PERSON, JERRY
PERTEET, KORYON
PERVAIZ, ANEEL
PESTANA, LENA
PET O'FALLON, LLC
PET O'FALLON, LLC
PETEDGE
PETER, GEORGE JR
PETERMAN, JOHN R.
PETERMANN, SHERYL
PETERS, BIRDIA M. & MATTHEWS, EARL D.
PETERS, DIANA L. HILL
PETERS, QUINTIN
PETERS, TINA
PETERSEN, WILLIAM & MARSHALL, CATHERINE
PETERSON, CARNELL
PETERSON, CHARITY
PETERSON, CHRISTOPHER
PETERSON, GREGORY
PETERSON, MITCHELL
PETERSON, RENESA; & SIMMONS, DEBRA
PETERSON, TAMI
PETRASKY, BETH
PETREIKIS, JOHN C. JR.
PETRILLO, MICHAEL S.
PETRILLO, MICHAEL S.
PETROFF, DENNIS J
PETTENGER, ANTHONY F.
PETTIFORD, CELLO L
PETTIS, BRENDA
PETTIS, JERMAINE
PETTIS, NAKIA
PEYTON, JAMES
PHELAN, BRANDY
PHENICIE, KYLE J.
PHIFER, DASHAWNA
PHILEMY, TCHERLY
PHILLIPS, DANIEL
PHILLIPS, FELISHA
PHILLIPS, GREGORY
PHILLIPS, KAWANA
PHILLIPS, LAMONE
PHILLIPS, NATACHA NICOLE
PHILLIPS, PATRICK S. SR.
PHILLIPS, STEVEN J.
PHILLIPS, YVETTE & PHILLIPS, CHAUNDRA
PHILPOT, ROBERT
PHILPOTT, DONALD R.
PHILPOTTS, ANDRE
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90 PHOENIX, ADAM
PHOENIX PHYSICIAN SERVICES
PHYSICIAN SURGERY CENTER
PICENO, ADRIAN
PICHMAN, DAWN
PICHMAN, ERIC
PICKENS, KEVIN #B-04902
PICKENS, TINA
PICKERING, JILL & LAUREANO, JENNIFER
PICKETT, ANTWAN
PICKETT, BRITTANY
PICKETT, DESTINY
PICKETT, SANDRA
PICRAUX, ANGELA M.
PIER, CHRISTA
PIERCE, FANCHON
PIERCE, MARY
PIERCE, TANYA L.
PIETRZYK, BRONISLAWA
PIKE, COUNTY OF, SHERIFF'S OFFICE
PIKE, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
PILARCZYK, JULIE
PILLARS
PILLARS
PINCKNEYVILLE, CITY OF
PINEDO, JUAN DE DIOS
PINEDO, MARIA O. MEDELLIN
PINEDO, MARIA O. MEDELLIN
PINEDO, MARIA O. MEDELLIN
PINKERTON, LEROY
PINKNEY, NIGEL
PINKOUS, KIMBERLY K.
PINNICK, BRUCE
PINSON, JOHNNIA
PINTA, YADIRA J.
PINTO, INGRID
PINTO, INGRID
PIOUS, LORENZO
PIPER, GLORIA
PIPKIN, GISELLE Y.
PITMAN COMPANY
PITMAN COMPANY
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
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PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PITTMAN, CURTIS M.
PITTMAN ENTERPRISES
PITTMAN, SHERMAN
PITTMAN, TAMMY
PITTMAN-WOODFORK, LISA
PITTS, JERMAINE
PITTS, JOSEPH P.
PITTS, KATEENA
PITTS, KEVA A.
PITTS, LAVELL & SHIELDS, RICHARD E.
PITTS, REGINA
PITTS, REGINA
PITTS, TRACEY R
PIWOWARSKA, BARBARA
PIZZUTO, LAURA
PIZZUTO, LAURA; & PIZZUTO, JOE
PKS CHRISTIAN LEARNING SITE, INC.
PLAINFIELD VETERINARY CLINIC
PLASCENCIA, MARIA
PLATTNER ORTHOPEDIC COMPANY
PLUMLY, PAUL D JR
PLUMMER, BONNIE
PLUMMER, BONNIE
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91 PLUMMER, BONNIE
11CV3678
PLUMP, SONGHAY
11CV0372
POCIUS, GERDA
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POCIUS, PAULA
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POCIUS, PAULA
11CV1144
POCRNICH, GREGORY A.
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PODKULSKI, STEVEN
07CC3282
POE, BRIAN
10CV3275
POELINITZ, ANDRE R. JR.
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POFF, ELIZABETH M.
11CV3422
POGAR, TYE C.
10CV2776
POHLERS INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC
10CC3628
POINTER, LEONIA
10CV1587
POLANCO, JOSHUA
11CV1837
POLESKI, PATRICIA
10CV4332
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POLLACK, ALI
10CV4916
POLLARD, JOSEPH B.
10CV2621
POLLITT, HOWARD W.
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POMPA, VERONICA M.
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PONCE, TERESA
10CV2039
PONDER, ANTHONY
11CV0556
PONDER, CLAUDETTE Y.
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PONDER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.
10CC2550
POOLE, BRENDA
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POOLE, NORMAN
08CV2944
POOLE, TIFFANY
09CV1389
POOLE-CLAYTON, ELOIS
09CV0135
POORMAN, PAMELA J
11CC3783
POPE, RACHEL
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POR, TANESHA
10CV5177
PORCH, STEPHANIE DIGGS
08CV0434
PORTALES, EDGAR R.
09CV4580
PORTER, CORNELL III
07CV5951
PORTER, DANTIS
10CV4755
PORTER, MICHAEL
11CV3576
PORTER, MICHELLE
10CV1437
PORTER, TERRY W.
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PORTERFIELD, CALVIN
09CV6182
POSEY, JOHNNIE
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POSLEY, RODNEY
11CV1435
POTTS, CHRISTINE
10CV5505
POTTS, SHIRLEY
10CV1927
POWELL, DAVID G.
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POWELL, HARVEY SR.
10CV2064
POWELL, KARREN; & SONS, MARCIA E.
09CV5160
POWELL, LA RONDIA
11CV2566
POWELL, ROGER W.
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POWELL, SERGIO
11CV1579
POWELL, TAWANA
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POWELL, TRAVIS
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POYNOR, HEATHER
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PRACHA, MUHAMMAD K. & PRACHA, QAMAR J.; INDIVIDUALLY CO-ADMINISTRATORS 02CC5288
PRADHAN, BAL
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PRADO, FRANCISCO
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PRADO, THOMAS W.
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PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY, INC.
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PRECISE SPECIALTIES CORPORATION
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PREKER, SANDRA F.
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PREMIER LAUNDRY TECHNOLOGIES
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PRESENTATIONS DIRECT, LLC
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PRESSEY, DAVID B
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PREVENTION FIRST, INC.
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PREVENTION FIRST, INC.
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PRICE, BENNIE
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PRICE, CATHY J.
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PRICE, JAMES JR. & TAYLOR, ASHLEY
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92 PRICE, LARRY
PRICE, RONNIE
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PRINCE, CAPRICE
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PRO COM SYSTEMS DIVISION OF BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
PRO COM SYSTEMS DIVISION OF BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
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PROFESSIONAL DYNAMIC NETWORK, INC.
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PROVIDENCE SERVICE CORPORATION D/B/A CAMELOT CARE CENTER
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PROVISO FAMILY SERVICES
PROVISO TOWNSHIP, #209
PRUETT, ANDREW D.
PRUITT, LUKE D/B/A WORLD ACCESS
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PURCELL-TAYLOR, LINDA
PURCHES, REYFIUS C.
PURNELL, DERRICK
PURNELL, DOLAN
PURNELL, MARQUITA
PURVI HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A ECONO LODGE & SUITES
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QIAGEN, INC.
QUALITY CARPET BROTHERS, INC.
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93 QUARRY MATERIALS
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QUEZADA, ALBERTO
QUICK, D'ANDRE
QUICKSILVER MAILING SERVICES
QUIGLEY, MATTHEW
QUINCY UNIVERSITY
QUINN, DEBRA
QUINN, HEATHER
QUINN, JULIE R.
QUINTANA, JUAN M.
QUINTERO, ARTURO
QUINTERO, ESTEBAN
QUINTERO, FRANCISCO J.
QUIROZ, JOSE
QUITO, WILSON
QUIXOTE TRANSPORTATION TECH, INC.
QUOIQUOI, MURPHY
R K DIXON COMPANY
RABATINE, TIMOTHY
RABITO, JACLYN
RACHEL'S LEARNING CENTER
RACHEL'S LEARNING CENTER
RADDLE, HAROLD M. SR.
RADISSON HOTEL ROCKFORD
RADISSON HOTEL ROCKFORD
RADISSON HOTEL ROCKFORD
RAE PRODUCTS & CHEMICALS
RAFFIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
RAFFIN PROPERTIES, INC.
RAHMAN, UNNUM
RAINES, ANTHONY
RAINEY, JIMMY H.
RAINEY, ZACHARY
RAINGE, WARDELL
RAITHEL, TIMOTHY
RAKOWSKI, LAWRENCE P
RALPH, HEATHER
RAMAKER, NATHAN C.
RAMCLAN, RAVEN
RAMIREZ, BONIFACIO
RAMIREZ, CRISTIANO
RAMIREZ, DANIEL
RAMIREZ, ESTEBAN
RAMIREZ, JAVIER
RAMIREZ, JORGE
RAMIREZ, JOSE C.
RAMIREZ, JUSTIN
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RAMIREZ, SERGIO
RAMLOW, ALLANIEE K.
RAMOS, ANA
RAMOS, DONNA
RAMOS, ELOY
RAMOS, ILUMINADA D.
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RAMOS, SONIA
RAMOS, SONIA
RAMSEY, DUWANNA
RAMSEY, EBONI
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RAMSEY, SHERRI D.
RANDALL, LENARD
RANDALL, WILLIAM P.
RANDLE, SHANTA
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RANDLE, TAHLIAH S.
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RANDOLPH, FREDRICK W. B.
RANDOLPH, GERARD; & ABSTON, GWENDOLYN
RANDOLPH, LARS J. C.
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RANGEL MONCADA, CINTHIA J. C/O MONCADA GABRIELA
RANIERI, ALLISON M.
RAQUEL, STEPHANIE
RAQUEL, STEPHANIE
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94 RATEREE, BONNIE & COSBY, MARIAH
RATH, JOHN H. II
RATLIFF, DARNELL L.
RATLIFF, ROOSEVELT
RATTLER, ROSALIND
RAUBA, GEDIMINA
RAWLS, ANGELA
RAWLS, ANGELA
RAWLS, ANGELA
RAWLS, JAMES B.
RAWLS, MELVIN JR.
RAWSON, AMBER
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RAY, KENT L.
RAY, MITCHELL
RAY O'HERRON COMPANY
RAY O'HERRON COMPANY
RAZI, RACHEEL
RAZO, EMILY
RBS, INC. D/B/A GRAHAM FEED COMPANY
RBS, INC. D/B/A GRAHAM FEED COMPANY
RBS, INC. D/B/A GRAHAM FEED COMPANY
RCM DATA CORPORATION
RD HOBSON ASSOCIATES LP
REAL, BRANDON
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REBHAN R & W MEAT
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REBOLLEDO, MARIA
RECORD COPY SERVICES
RECORD SYSTEMS, INC.
RECORD SYSTEMS, INC.
REDMOND, ALLEN
REDMOND, CHARLENE
REDMOND, JAMES
REDMOND, JOSEPH
REDMOND, LESLIE
REDMOND, MICHAEL
REDMOND, ROBERT
REDPOINT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
REED, ANDREA D.
REED, ARAL
REED, BLANCHIE & MINOR, TIERRA
REED, CARLTON
REED, CRYSTAL
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REED, HOLLY
REED, HOLLY
REED, HOLLY
REED, JEFFREY
REED, JOHN C.
REESE, GLORIA
REESE, RUBY
REESE, RYAN J.
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REGAL BUSINESS MACHINES, INC.
REGALADO, AMALIA
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95 REID, PEARLIE
REIVES, TREMELL
RELIABLE PEST SOLUTIONS
RELIABLE SOLUTIONS, INC.
RELY SERVICES, INC.
RELY SERVICES, INC.
RELY SERVICES, INC.
RELY SERVICES, INC.
RELYEA, DENNIS
RENCH, NIKKI LYNN
RENDELS' GMC, INC.
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RENFRO, SHERRI A.
RENTERIA, FROYLAN
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RESCINITO, KITLYN
RESENDIZ, MINERVA
RESH, BRENDA
RESH, BRENDA
RESH, BRENDA
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPERS
RETTA, HENOK D.
REVELES, ARTURO
REVILLA, ABIGAIL
REVILLA, ABIGAIL
REYES, CESAR
REYES, JUAN
REYES, JUAN
REYES, MARGARITA
REYES, MIGUEL A.
REYES, NANCY
REYES, RICARDO
REYES, ROBERT
REYNOLDS, JEFF A.
REYNOLDS, RENE
REYNOSA, CESAR
REZA, MARILU
RHODEN, RENEE
RHODES, GREGORY A.
RHODES, MARTELL
RHODES, TAWANDA
RHODES-GIBBS, MARIE A.
RHONE, LEWIS D.
RIAL, LARRY J
RIALS, CHEVIAH
RIALS, CHEVIAH
RICCHIO, MICHAEL F.
RICCI-BALICH, JOSEPHINE
RICE, DOUGLAS
RICE, NANCY
RICE, ROSA
RICE, TITIANA
RICE-BANKS, TWANA
RICH, DEREK
RICH, MICHAEL D.
RICHARD, ARTHUR
RICHARD, BRITTANY N. KNUST
RICHARDS, NIKITA
RICHARDSON, BOBBY
RICHARDSON, CAREY
RICHARDSON, GREGORY
RICHARDSON, JERMAINE
RICHARDSON, JOHNNY
RICHARDSON, PATRICIA A.
RICHARDSON, ROBERT L.
RICHARDSON, SHANNON
RICHARDSON, STANLEY
RICHIE, MARCAS S.
RICHLAND, COUNTY OF
RICHMILLER, DAVID
RICHMILLER, DAVID
RICHMOND, THOMAS H.
RICHTER, DWAYNE
RICKARD, AARON
RICKERT, DAVID J
RICKEY, VE-ZONIC
RICKHOFF, BECKY
RICKS, TERRY L.
RIDDELL, MELVIN
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96 RIDDLE, SANDRA K.
RIDLEY, THERESA
RIEKE, THOMAS
RIGGINS, JAMES
RIGGINS-MCKNIGHT, BEATRICE
RIGGS, NICHOLAS
RIGNEY, DIERDRE A.
RILEY, FRANCINE
RIMAGE CORPORATION
RINGENBERG, LISA R.
RINI, ANDREW W.
RINKENBERGER, KRISTOPHER
RIOS, GREGORY
RIOS, JAIME JR.
RIOS, JESUS
RIOS, JUAN
RIOS, MARGARETTA C.
RITCHEY, KATHY
RITCHEY, KATHY
RIVER CITY SEPTIC & EXCAVATING
RIVERA, ANSELMO
RIVERA, DULCE
RIVERA, HOMER; INDIVIDUALLY AND AS FATHER AND NEXT FRIEND OF PAUL
RIVERA, ISAAC
RIVERA, JOSE
RIVERA, JOSE
RIVERA, JOSE A.
RIVERA, JOSEFINA
RIVERA, LULA M.
RIVERA, MARGARET M.
RIVERA, ROBERTO & PONALL, WILLIAM & GAMBEL, MICHELE
RIVERA, VALENTIN
RIVERA-COMPOSANO, DANIEL
RIVERBEND HEAD START & FAMILY SERVICES
RIVEROL, JESUS M.
RIVERS, ASHLEY
RIVERS, CHARLES A. JR.
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEM
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEM OBO OROZCO, DANIEL
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEM OBO SERGENT, MICHAEL
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVIERA MANOR, INC.
ROA, RAFAEL
ROAD RANGER, LLC
ROAKE, LISA
ROBBINS, JALENE
ROBBINS, ROGER D.
ROBBINS, SCHWARTZ, NICHOLAS, LIFTON & TAYLOR, LTD.
ROBERSON, GLENN
ROBERSON, GRANT O.
ROBERSON, WILLIE
ROBERT GILL & COMPANY, INC.
ROBERTS, COURTNEY E.
ROBERTS, EARL
ROBERTS, ELIZABETH
ROBERTS, FREDDIE
ROBERTS, JORDAN E.
ROBERTS, KELLY
ROBERTS, KENORA
ROBERTS, LISA L.
ROBERTSON, ANTHONY
ROBERTSON, CHRISTOPHER E.
ROBERTSON, JOSEPH
ROBERTSON, OCTAVIUS A. D.
ROBINSON, ALEXIS
ROBINSON, CAROL
ROBINSON, CLAUDIA
ROBINSON, DAMIKA
ROBINSON, DAVID M.
ROBINSON, DEBRA
ROBINSON, ERNEST
ROBINSON, GEORGE
ROBINSON, JAIRENMES B.
ROBINSON, JERROLD
ROBINSON, KARL
ROBINSON, KIMBERLY
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97 ROBINSON, LARRY
ROBINSON, LEWIS
ROBINSON, LILLIAN
ROBINSON, MARCUS
ROBINSON, NELLA B.
ROBINSON, NYKIMA
ROBINSON, RACHEAL
ROBINSON, RAULON
ROBINSON, ROLINDA
ROBINSON, SHUNDRA
ROBINSON, TAMISHA
ROBINSON, TERRELL
ROBINSON, TERRY
ROBINSON, TIMOTHY S.
ROBINSON, TINA
ROBINSON, VINCENT
ROBLEDO, LINDA
ROBLES, SONYA
ROBLES, TOMAS
ROCCAFORTE, PETER
ROCCAFORTE, PETER
ROCCAFORTE, PETER
ROCCAFORTE, PETER
ROCHA, JORGE
ROCK ISLAND, COUNTY OF, HEALTH DEPARTMENT
ROCK ISLAND, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
ROCK RIVER DISPOSAL
ROCKFORD PROPERTIES, LLC
ROCKS, BRUCE
RODDY, DERRICK A.
RODGERS, ANNETTE & RODGERS, EARTHA
RODGERS, APRIL
RODGERS, BRITTANY
RODGERS, JOHN
RODGERS, MARLON
RODGERS, VANBURN A.
RODGERS, VANBURN A.
RODNEY, JACQUELYN
RODNEY, JACQUELYN L.
RODRIGUEZ, ABEL
RODRIGUEZ, ALEX
RODRIGUEZ, ANGEL
RODRIGUEZ, CHRISTINA
RODRIGUEZ, CHRISTINA
RODRIGUEZ, ERIK A.
RODRIGUEZ, GILBERT
RODRIGUEZ, IRMA
RODRIGUEZ, JOHN F.
RODRIGUEZ, JOSE G. SR.
RODRIGUEZ, JUAN CARLOS
RODRIGUEZ, JULIO
RODRIGUEZ, MARCO
RODRIGUEZ, MARCOS
RODRIGUEZ, MIGUEL A.
RODRIGUEZ, OSCAR A.
RODRIGUEZ, REBECCA
RODRIGUEZ, ROBERTO
RODRIGUEZ, ROSARIO
RODRIGUEZ, SALVADOR
RODRIGUEZ, SALVADOR
RODRIGUEZ, SAMANTHA
RODRIGUEZ, SERGIO
RODRIGUEZ, SONIA
RODRIGUEZ, TITO
ROGEL, FILIMON
ROGERS ADJUSTMENT SERVICE
ROGERS, BRIAN
ROGERS, CAROLYN
ROGERS, CASSONDRA R.
ROGERS, MARCUS F.
ROGERS PARK COMMUNITY COUNCIL
ROGERS, ROSE
ROGERS, ROSE M.
ROGERS, ROSE M.
ROGERS, TERESA J.
ROGERS, TERESA J.
ROGGENBAUER, BONNY
ROJAS, AGUSTIN
ROJAS, JORGE
ROKAITIS INDUSTRIES, INC.
ROMAN, FABIOLA
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98 ROMAN, JUAN
ROMAN, MONICA; & GAMBOA, ALFREDO
ROMAN, RAFAEL
ROMAN, WALKER
ROMERO, ANIBAL
ROMERO, RAYMUNDO
ROMIC, BRANKO; AS INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF MILAN
ROMITO, MATTHEW
RONNING, ANDREA
RONSPIES, DALE J.
ROONEY, JAMES
ROQUE, FERNANDO
ROSA, MICHAEL
ROSADO, ERIC
ROSADO, MARILUZ
ROSALES, REYNALDO
ROSARIO, MARCELA
ROSARIO, REGIS JR.
ROSAS, FERNANDO
ROSE, ARDEST, III
ROSE, CAYLE
ROSE, CHARLES E.
ROSE, DARIUS
ROSENTHAL, MIYAKO
ROSENTHAL, MIYAKO
ROSER, MARK
ROSEWOOD FOODS, INC.
ROSHEL, DEENA
ROSLEY, JEREMIE B.
ROSS, ANGELA
ROSS, ANTHONY
ROSS, BRYANT K. II
ROSS, CHRISTOPHER
ROSS, DELISA
ROSS, ERIC M.
ROSS, JAMAAL
ROSS, JERMAINE L.
ROSS, JOHNATHAN
ROSS, KARNALDO J.
ROSS, KIM
ROSS, STEVEN O.
ROSS, TINA M.
ROTEREE, BONNIE
ROTHENBERGER, SUSAN L.
ROUSE, MARQUEAT
ROWAN, EDWARD
ROWE, LISA
ROWE, RYAN
ROWEN, LAURA
ROWLEY, SHAWN
ROYAL, LEVELLE
ROYAL, SHREE D.
ROZCO LANDSCAPING, INC.
ROZCO LANDSCAPING, INC.
ROZYCKI, JAROSLAW
R-R DEER PROCESSING
RUBINGISA, PROVIDENCE
RUCKMAN, LEEONCE
RUDD, RANDOLPH SR.
RUDD, TOMIKA
RUDIN PRINTING COMPANY, INC.
RUDISILL, III, WILLIAM B.
RUDOLPH, DENISE
RUEF, ERIN B.
RUEFF, BRITTANY
RUIZ, ALBERTO
RUIZ, ARIANA
RUIZ, BLANCA
RUIZ, CLAUDIA
RUIZ, CRYSTAL
RUIZ, IRMA
RUIZ, JOSE D.
RUIZ, JULIO C.
RUIZ, MARIA L.
RUIZ, MELITON
RUIZ, MICHAEL F.
RUIZ, RAMIRO
RUIZ, RAUL FIGUEROA
RUIZ, SEBASTIAN
RUIZ, VICTOR
RULO, CHRISTOPHER N.
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99 RUMBO, ANGELA
RUNGE, MARK E
RUNKER, ROGER D.
RUSH, BOOKER
RUSH, PATRICIA
RUSH, SHEILA
RUSHIN, ADRIAN L. JR.
RUSSELL, ANN D.
RUSSELL, ANTONIO D.
RUSSELL, CHAD T.
RUSSELL, ELIZABETH
RUSSELL, EVAN M.
RUSSELL, FILURA
RUSSELL, JONATHAN U.
RUSSELL, LARRY
RUSSELL, MARCUS
RUSSELL, MICHAEL
RUSSELL, MIKHAIL
RUSSELL, REGINALD
RUSSELL, SHEILA & SAVAGE, SHIRLEY SALIBELLAS
RUSSELL, TRACY
RUSSOTTO, KARIE
RUSSOTTO, KARIE
RUSSOTTO, KARIE
RUTH, WILLIAM E.
RUTHERFORD, BRADLEY
RUTHERFORD, FRED JR.
RUTHERFORD, SHAWN
RUTLEDGE, ROBERT
RUT'S MOVING & DELIVERY SERVICE, INC.
RUT'S MOVING & DELIVERY SERVICE, INC.
RUTZ, CHRISTOPHER
RUVALCABA, ALEJANDRO
RYAN, DENNIS J.
RYAN, WALLACE E
RYDMAN, GEORGE E., & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
RYVA, JOSEPH
S & R MEDICAL, LLC
SAAD, MUBASHIR
SABINA, GERRY
SACHA, ANTONI A.
SADOWSKI, MATTHEW
SAFER FOUNDATION
SAFER FOUNDATION
SAFER FOUNDATION
SAFER FOUNDATION
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SERVICES, INC.
SAFFOLD, PARHAM H.
SAGASTUME, ADELMO O.
SAGE, ANDREW S.
SAGE, MATTHEW P.
SAGGIO, RICHARD
SAGO, CHARISE
SAGO, CYNTHIA
SAILLIEZ, MARK II
SAINES, MARTHA
SAIYED, NATASHA
SAKR, HANY A.
SAKWA, BRIAN T.
SALAAM, TONY
SALAS, MARIA
SALAZAR, MARCO
SALAZAR, TERESA
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
SALEH, ADNAN
SALEM OFFICE BUILDING
SALES, GARRICK L.
SALES, TAMMY
SALGADO, ALBINO
SALGADO, BLANCA
SALGADO, LUIS
SALGADO, SABINO
SALINA, ARTEMIO
SALINAS-PERERA, LIDIA
SALTER, LELAND
SALUD LATINA LATINO HEALTH
THE SALVATION ARMY
THE SALVATION ARMY
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10CC2657
10CC2754
100 SALVUCCI, LISA
SAMARITANO, JOE
SAMPLE, PATRICIA
SAMPSON, KENRICK
SAMPSON, MARVIN
SAMUELS, DEBORAH
SAMUELS, ERIC L.
SAMUTA, ANTHONY; ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF CONSTANTINE SAMUTA
SANBORN-BROWN, LISA
SANCHEZ, ADELINA I.
SANCHEZ, ALBERT
SANCHEZ, ALEJANDRA
SANCHEZ, ALEJANDRA
SANCHEZ, ALEJANDRA
SANCHEZ, CELIA
SANCHEZ, CRISTINA
SANCHEZ, FAUSTO VARGAS
SANCHEZ, GILBERTO
SANCHEZ, HENRY
SANCHEZ, HONORIO
SANCHEZ, JENNIFER
SANCHEZ, JOEL
SANCHEZ, JULIAN
SANCHEZ, LEO
SANCHEZ, NOE
SANCHEZ, PETER
SANCHEZ, PETER T.
SANCHEZ, SARITA
SANDERS, CHRISTINE
SANDERS, DARIN
SANDERS, NICHOLE D.
SANDERS, PAUL
SANDERS, REGINA
SANDERS, RODNEY
SANDERS, ROSA
SANDERS, RYAN
SANDERS, VELMA
SANDLE, MARION
SANDOVAL, BLANCA
SANDOVAL, JOSE
SANDOVAL, RAMIRO
SANDOVAL-VILLA, IVAN O.
SANGAMON, COUNTY OF, RECORDER
SANJAADORJ, ODGEREL
SANTANA, MONSEROSA
SANTANA, MONSEROSA
SANTIAGO, ELIZABETH
SANTIAGO, FRANCISCA
SANTIAGO-TORRES, JULISSA
SANTOS, BULMARO
SANTOS, BULMARO
SANTOS, DIANA L.
SANTOS, PATRICIA
SAPP, SARA J.
SARDIN, CRYSTAL
SARIA, RODOLFO
SARTINO, JOE
SATCHELL, AUGUSTUS
SATTERWHITE, KELLY
SAUCEDA, SERGIO
SAUCEDO, JOSE M.
SAULS, DAVITA
SAULSBERRY, JESSIE
SAULSBERRY, LAWRENCE R
SAUSEDA, KRYSTLE L.
SAVAGE, SHARON
SAVARESE, GEORGE, PH.D., LCSW
SAVIC, BRANKO
SAVIN, SERGHEY
SAWAR'S NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUTE
SAWAR'S NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUTE
SAWYER, CORINNA Y.
SAXONY BRADLEY, LLC
SAZONE, LATASHA
SCANLON, DAWN
SCBAS, INC.
SCHAB, STANISLAW
SCHAFER, DEBBIE S.
SCHAUBERT, EMILY
SCHAUMBURG, VILLAGE OF
SCHELL, ALICIA
05CV0231
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101 SCHEURICH, BARRY
SCHIFF HARDIN LLP
SCHILTZ, DANIEL T.
SCHIMMER FORD
SCHINDLER ELEVATOR CORPORATION
SCHLAWSKI, STEPHEN G.
SCHMID, LINNEA
SCHMIDT, AMANDA
SCHMIDT, MICHAEL
SCHMIDT, MICHAEL J.
SCHMIDT, SUSAN, PHD
SCHMIDT, TONY M.
SCHOFIELD, CHRISTOPHER A.
SCHOFIELD, JUSTIN A.
SCHOLA, JOLYN
SCHOOL SUPPLY STORE
SCHRAG, DOUGLAS
SCHRAGE, JANE E. A.
SCHRIER, INC. AN ILLINOIS CORPORATION
SCHROEDER, DEREK W.
SCHUBERT, LAUREN
SCHUETTE, LUKE
SCHULTZ, ALICE E.
SCHULTZ, DAVID
SCHULTZ, J.C., ENTERPRISES, INC.
SCHULTZ, LAURI A.
SCHULTZ, MARY MADORA
SCHUMM, RONALD L.
SCHUYLER, COUNTY OF, TREASURER & COLLECTOR
SCHWARZINGER, MEGAN
SCHWEER, DEBBIE K.
SCHWEPPE & SONS, INC.
SCOTT , COUNTY OF, TREASURER
SCOTT, ANDRE
SCOTT, ARDELL
SCOTT, CARL
SCOTT, CECELIA S.
SCOTT, CHELSEA
SCOTT, CHERYL
SCOTT, DELORES 2008-0039075
SCOTT, DIONTE C.
SCOTT, ERICK
SCOTT, JAMES ELI
SCOTT, LEANDRE
SCOTT, LESLIE
SCOTT, LURENZO
SCOTT, MICHAEL
SCOTT QUINN & ASSOCIATES, LLC
SCOTT, SUSAN M.
SCOTT, TIA
SCOTT, TYRONE
SCOTT, WILLIAM
SCOTT-BOOKER, JUDITH
SCOTTI, RONALD C.
SCRUGGS, DE MARCO
SCRUGGS, DEMARCO
SCRUGGS, SHARON
SEA GROUP, INC.
SEALS, MARTINA
SEARLES, ALAN
SEARS, WILLIAM A.
SEAS, SHARLEEN S.
SEAT, ANDREW
SECOND CHANCE SOBER LIVING ENVIRONMENT, INC.
SECRETARY OF STATE DRIVERS SERVICES - PETTY CASH
SECUR MAR, LLC
SECURITY DESIGN, INC. D/B/A EO INTERGRATED SYSTEMS, INC.
SEGAR, COREY D.
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEGUIN SERVICES, INC.
SEGURA, MARIO
SEGURA, PEDRO
SEGURA, RODOLFO
SEGWAY EXPERIENCE OF CHICAGO, LLC
SEGWAY, INC.
SEHLKE, KEVIN
SEIBECH, LINDA SUE
SEICO, INC.
10CV4760
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07CV5622
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102 SEIDELMAN, LAURA
SEIJA, LUIS
SEILER, FRANK V.
SEKHARAN, MATHANGI
SELINER, GERRY
SELL, ANGELA
SEMPRIT, VICTOR
SENDERS, KAREN L.
SENDERS, KAREN L.
SENDERS, KAREN L.
SENECA MEDICAL, INC.
SENIOR SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC.
SENIOR SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC.
SENIOR SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC.
SEPS, INC.
SERGOVIA, FRANCISCO
SERIANO, CHARLES K.
SERIO, RAYMOND
SERNA, BRENDA
SERNAS, APOLINAR
SERPAS, GREG
SERRA, MARGARET M.
SERRANO, EMMA A. & SUAREZ, NINA
SERRANO, JERIMIAH
SERRANO, MARCUS
SERRANO, MICHELLE
SERRANO, ROLANDO C.
SERRATOS, BRIAN
SERTOMA CENTER, INC.
SERTOMA CENTRE, INC.
SERVANT, LLOYD J. JR.
SERVICE DRYWALL & DECORATING, INC.
SESSER, CITY OF
SETTERS, MARTIN
SETTERSTROM, MICHEAL D.
SEVERANCE, CHRISTINE
SEVILLA, ASHLEY R.
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEWARD, RONALD
SEXTON, LOTTIE R.
SHACKLES, MELISSA
SHAFFER, YOLANDA
SHAH, ANIL
SHAH, KAYA
SHAH, NALINI D.
SHAHID, HANAN
SHAMBLIN, JONNA
SHAMROCK SERVICES
SHANKS, STEPHEN
SHARIF, ABIDA
SHARIF, KAMAL A.
SHARKEY, COLLEEN
SHARMA, MONIQUE A.
SHARP, JOAN
SHARP, JONATHAN T.
SHARP, REGINALD T. SR.
SHARPE, LAERICA
SHAW, ANTHONY
SHAW, CARY
SHAW, DION
SHAW, DWAYNE
SHAW, JAMES
SHAW, LILY HARRIS, AS SPECIAL ADMINISTATOR OF ESTATE OF LARRY C SHAW
SHAW, MARTIN
SHAW, MARY H. & ADAMS, DONELL SR
SHAW, SARAH
SHAWANO MEDICAL CENTER
SHAWGO, BEAU A.
SHAY HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC.
SHCHUTSKY, VASYL
SHEA PAIGE & ROGEL
SHEDD, RHONDA
SHEFFEY, THERESA
SHEGOG, DENNIS E.
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11CV1977
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07CC0932
07CC0934
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11CC1713
11CC1715
11CC1716
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11CC1970
11CC1971
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11CC0926
11CV0326
10CV4921
08CV2020
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07CV3065
10CC1236
10CV5457
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10CV3374
10CC0037
11CV0450
05CC0117
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10CV4784
10CV2335
11CV0510
10CV0124
03CC2957
09CV5012
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103 SHEGOG, EDMOND
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHELBY, JERMAINE
SHELBY, KEITH EUGENE
SHELBY, VERNON
SHELBYVILLE COMMUNITY DIALYSIS D/B/A RENAL THERAPIES
SHELBYVILLE COMMUNITY DIALYSIS D/B/A RENAL THERAPIES
SHELLAL, JEMAL
SHEPARD, JARMIER L.
SHEPARD, SAUDIA R.
SHEPARD, SR., ANTHONY L.
SHEPHARD, TACARRAA
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY S.
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY S.
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY S.
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY S.
SHEPHERD, BRITNEY S.
SHEPHERD, SHARON
SHEPPARD, CLAIRE
SHERAM ENTERPRISES, INC. D/B/A GUARDIAN INTERLOCK SYSTEMS
SHERBEYN, SHEILA
SHERBEYN, SHEILA
SHERBEYN, SHEILA
SHERBURN, MICHAEL J.
SHEREEN, HAJERA
SHERMAN, CHARLES L.
SHERMAN CONSULTING GROUP, LLC
SHERMAN HOSPITAL
SHERMAN HOSPITAL
SHERNAK, GREGORY L.
THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY-DISTRICT CREDIT
SHERWOOD, BRIAN
SHIBA, CARMEN
SHIELDS, PAUL TITUS
SHIELDS, RICHARD E.
SHIKARI, HAIDARI H.
SHINN, DAVID L.
SHIRLEY, JIMMY P.
SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
SHORE KOENIG TRAINING CENTER
SHORES, TRENT E.
SHORTER, TREASA R.
SHORTS, KEIR
SHOWALTER, MATTHEW M.
SHROYER, DEBBIE
SHUBERT, STEVEN W
SHUBERT, STEVEN W
SHUKSTOR, RORY J.
SHULL, MELODY
SHUMATE, BRENDA
SI NEUROLOGY SLEEP
SIANO, CYNTHIA
SIBERT, DONNA
SIBLEY, KENYA
SIDDIQUI, GHAZALA
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC.
SIERRA, SANTA
SIEVERS, TRAVIS J.
SIHWEIL, GEHAD M.
SIKORSKI, RYSZARD R.
SILA, MARIE
SILVA, ABEL
SILVIS, RYAN
SIMA, DARLENE CAROL
SIMARI, FREDERICK A.
SIMMONS BRETT
SIMMONS, DARRYL
SIMMONS, DAVID
SIMMONS, EDWIN Z.
SIMMONS, EVONN
10CV3452
10CC1007
10CC1126
10CC2686
10CC2687
10CC2783
10CC2999
10CC3739
10CC3740
10CC3961
10CC3993
09CV5810
09CV6036
11CV0474
08CC2012
08CC2042
10CV4839
10CV2743
10CV3128
10CV3086
09CV2306
11CV1220
11CV1221
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11CV1585
11CV1586
11CV1587
11CV1588
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11CV0050
10CC2655
10CV2262
10CV2263
10CV4591
10CV4392
09CV4466
11CV2177
11CC1245
10CC2450
10CC3528
10CV2122
11CC1144
10CV2905
11CV1242
07CC1393
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11CC0987
10CV5530
10CV4840
11CC0289
10CC2759
10CV4866
09CV6118
09CV2420
10CV1419
10CV0897
10CC3137
10CC3138
10CV3856
10CV1005
10CV4158
10CC3146
10CV3309
10CV2744
11CC0259
10CC2675
11CC1020
10CV5339
10CV5778
11CV3405
11CV0783
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10CV3209
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03CC4094
10CV5724
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10CV1797
10CV1594
104 SIMMONS, JO ANGELA
SIMMONS, JO ANGELA
SIMMONS, JO ANGELA
SIMMONS, MELISSA
SIMMONS, MELISSA
SIMMONS, MELISSA
SIMMONS, PHILLIP
SIMMONS, RUTH
SIMMS, AKILAH
SIMONEAUX, SHANELLE
SIMONOUK, WENDY
SIMONTON, JAMES
SIMPLEXGRINNELL
SIMPLEXGRINNELL
SIMPLEXGRINNELL
SIMPLEXGRINNELL
SIMPSON, ALETHA A
SIMPSON, BRENDA
SIMPSON, JANICE LEMON
SIMS, ANTHONY
SIMS, CURTIS L.
SIMS, DARSHELL
SIMS, MAURICE
SIMS, SHANTAY
SIMULIS, VINCENT
SINACA, EULALIO
SINAI COMMUNITY INSTITUTE, INC.
SINAI COMMUNITY INSTITUTE, INC.
SINCLAIR, RAPHAEL
SINGH, PRATEEK K.
SINGH, TARNDEEP
SINNARD, BARRY
SINNISSIPPI CENTERS, INC.
SIOLIDIS, CHRISSA
SIPP, MONICA
SIPP, MONICA
SIPP, MONICA
SITKO, SANDRA
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
SIUE CREDIT UNION
SIUE CREDIT UNION
SIUE CREDIT UNION
SIUE CREDIT UNION
SKINNER, KELLY
SKINNER, KELLY
SKRZYNSKI, BARBARA
SKWIERCZYNSKI, TONYA
SLAGO, AMY L.
SLATER, MELVIN
SLAUGHTER, RONNIE
SLAWNIKOWSKI, CHARLENE
SLAYTON, RACHEL
SLOAN, DARRYL
SLU CARE
SMAJLOVIC, LORA
SMALLWOOD, KATHY & DUNNING, JADE RENEE
SMALLWOOD, ROSALIE M.
SMART, BETH
SMID, MELONIE
SMID, MELONIE
SMITH, ANDREW M.
SMITH, ANGELENA & ORANGE, DAWN
SMITH, ANITA
SMITH, ANTHONY A. JR.
SMITH, ANTHONY W.
SMITH, ARTEZE
SMITH, AUSTIN L.
SMITH, BERNARD
SMITH, CARL
11CV1870
11CV1871
11CV1872
09CV1910
09CV4600
09CV4601
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11CC0277
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10CC3327
10CC3328
10CC3329
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10CC3331
10CC3749
10CC3835
10CC3836
10CC3890
10CC2981
10CC3582
10CC3583
10CC3584
10CV2457
10CV4413
11CV0138
10CV5027
10CV2686
09CV0528
10CV2336
11CV1517
11CV3249
11CV0723
10CC3511
10CV3641
10CV3498
10CC1235
10CV5307
08CV2131
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105 SMITH, CARRIE
SMITH, CHARITY
SMITH, CHARLIE
SMITH, CHARLIE
SMITH, CHARLOTTE
SMITH, CHERYL
SMITH, CHRISTINA
SMITH, CHRYSTAL
SMITH, DANIEL G.
SMITH, DANIELLE
SMITH, DANIELLE D.
SMITH, DARNELL
SMITH, DARYL
SMITH, DAVID
SMITH, DEANDRE
SMITH, DEDRA
SMITH, DEIDRA N.
SMITH, DON D.
SMITH, DONTE
SMITH, DONTREL
SMITH, DONTUE
SMITH, ERAL NICOLE
SMITH, ERICK C.
SMITH GEMPLER, ABIGAIL
SMITH, HALEY L.
SMITH, HALEY L.
SMITH, IAASIC
SMITH, IMANI
SMITH, JACQUELINE
SMITH, JALEEL
SMITH, JAMES
SMITH, JAMES M.
SMITH, JARVIS
SMITH, JAVONDAS D
SMITH, JENNIFER
SMITH, JOHN
SMITH, JOSHUA L.
SMITH, JUSTIN
SMITH, JUSTIN
SMITH, KARNEY
SMITH, KAY; & RUSSELL, TOWANNE
SMITH, KAYRON
SMITH, KEITH D.
SMITH, KIMBERLY J.
SMITH, KRISTINA
SMITH, LANAE
SMITH, LOUISE K.
SMITH, MARSHALL JR.
SMITH, MARVA
SMITH, MERITA A.
SMITH, MICHAEL
SMITH, NATHAN
SMITH, NATHANIEL
SMITH, PATRICIA J.
SMITH, PAUL
SMITH, PAUL
SMITH, QUINELLA
SMITH, RICHARD
SMITH, RICHARD & SMITH, LADONNA
SMITH, RICKY
SMITH, ROYDELL
SMITH, SAMMIE JR.
SMITH, SHEILA
SMITH, TAURUS
SMITH, TERRELL
SMITH, TERRELL M.
SMITH, THADDEUS
SMITH, TIDARRIUS M.
SMITH, TIFFANY
SMITH, TINA
SMITH, TISHA
SMITH, TISHA
SMITH, TISHA CUSTODIAL
SMITH, TRAE'SHON
SMITH, TYRONE
SMITH, VALLIE
SMITH, VANESSA
SMITH-WADE, SHANNON
SMOLEN, EDWARD J.
SMOTHERS, DEANN
SNOW, IVORY & SMART, ZINA
10CV3829
10CV4007
10CV0511
10CV1176
09CV0023
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09CC0787
11CV1518
11CV1017
08CV1105
11CV0195
11CV2426
11CV1645
09CV4487
10CV5049
11CV0831
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10CV3333
10CC0840
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11CV1419
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10CV1177
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11CV2522
09CV5824
09CV0878
08CV5628
10CV2973
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10CV3395
09CV3273
10CV4334
08CV2630
09CV2005
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10CC3370
10CV1595
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10CV4466
10CV5749
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11CV1150
11CV0091
11CV2277
09CV3465
10CV3537
09CV2435
09CC2854
09CC3236
10CV3088
10CV3396
09CV2178
11CV0603
11CV1122
10CV5553
10CV5750
09CV1230
11CV1324
11CV1461
11CV2977
11CV3020
11CC2376
09CV4127
11CC0044
11CC0829
11CC0828
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106 SNYDER, DANIEL J.
SNYDER, JAMES
SNYDER, JOSEPH W.
SNYDER, PAULA
SOBCZYK, MALGORZATA
SOBOCINSKA, MONIKA
SODERBERG, AURA
SODERLAND, RICHARD II
SOHAIB, ADAM T.
SOKOL, WOJCIECH
SOLAND, AMANDA M.
SOLANO SANTANA, MARCOS
SOLERANIS, ANTONIO
SOLIS, MANUEL JR.
SOLIS, NORMA
SOLIS, NORMA
SOLIVERAS, CARMEN
SOLIZ, ROSARIO
SOLIZ, ROSARIO
SOLOMON, CORDWELL, BUENZ & ASSOCIATES, INC.
SOLORZANO, ROGELIO
SOMERVILLE, ARNITA V.
SOPOCI, DAWN M.
SORENSON, SHELLEY L.
SORIA, EFREN
SORIANO, JOSE
SORIANO, POLYANNA
SOS CHILDREN'S VILLAGES
SOSA CRUZ, IMELDA
SOTELO, ANGEL
SOTO AMARO, EFRAIN
SOTO, BENJAMIN
SOTO, CARLOS
SOTO, FLAVIO
SOTO, JAVIER
SOTO, JOEL
SOTO, JORGE
SOTO, RAFAEL
SOTOS, JAMES, G. & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
SOTOS, JAMES, G. & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
SOUCHET, GASPAR
SOULIGNE, ANDREW L. JR.
SOUTH CENTRAL FS, INC.
SOUTH CENTRAL FS, INC.
SOUTH ELGIN, VILLAGE OF
SOUTH SIDE CONTROL SUPPLY COMPANY
SOUTH SUBURBAN COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM & SUBSTANCE ABUSE
SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
SOUTHEASTERN ILLINOIS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HOSPITAL SERVICES D/B/A MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS MEDICAL SERVICES
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PIPING CONTRACTORS, INC.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CARBONDALE
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CARBONDALE
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CARBONDALE
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CARBONDALE
SOUTHERN ORTHOPEDIC & ASSOCIATES, SC
SOUTHERN ORTHOPEDIC & ASSOCIATES, SC
SOUTHERN REPORTING
SOUTHERN 14 WIB, INC.
SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER
SOUTHWARD, PHYLLIS
SOVEY, CHAD
SOWERS, TERESA L.
SPALDING, LAURA
SPANN, DEANDRE
SPANNMACHER, NOEL
SPARKS, LENORA M
SPARKS, PATRICIA
SPARTAN TOOL, LLC
SPARTAN TOOL, LLC
SPECIALIZED OFFICE SERVICES, INC.
SPECTRA SITE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
SPECTRA SITE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.
SPEIGHT, JOVON
SPEIGHT, MARY
SPENCE, EDDIE
SPENCE, JACQUES M.
SPENCER, ANDREW T.
SPENCER, BRUCE
SPENCER, CAROLYN
11CV1420
11CV0869
10CC2823
11CV3122
10CV4575
10CV1444
11CC0297
10CV2689
10CV1007
11CV2181
10CC3968
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10CV1881
10CV4109
11CV2707
11CV2708
11CV0546
10CV4882
10CV4884
07CC0159
09CV3581
11CC0595
11CV3680
10CV1758
11CV0784
10CV1127
10CV1128
10CC1151
10CV4992
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10CV3293
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08CV6153
10CV2746
11CV1979
10CV5458
10CV0845
09CV4805
10CC2523
10CC2524
11CV1589
10CV2908
10CC2283
10CC3624
10CC3459
10CC2158
10CC2998
10CC0257
10CC1011
10CC0671
10CC2637
10CC2775
10CC1669
10CC2853
10CC2877
10CC3381
09CC2847
10CC3891
10CC1511
10CC3673
11CC3124
10CV3595
10CV4130
10CC2919
08CV4097
10CV3248
11CV3250
11CC1569
10CV5178
10CC2515
10CC2516
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10CC0889
09CV0166
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11CC0789
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11CV3599
107 SPENCER, DAVID
SPENCER, JAMAR
SPENCER-DAVIS, KENISHA C.
SPENCERS AUTOMOTIVE, INC.
SPENT, JOSEPH W.
SPINA, FRANCESCO
SPINDEL, MICHELLE
SPOON RIVER HOME HEALTH SERVICES, INC.
SPOON RIVER HOME HEALTH SERVICES, INC.
SPOON RIVER HOME HEALTH SERVICES, INC.
SPOTTS, FELCHUER N. III
SPRINFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINGFIELD AIRPORT AUTHORITY
SPRINGFIELD AIRPORT AUTHORITY
SPRINGFIELD ARC
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
SPRINGFIELD RADIOLOGISTS, S.C.
SPRINGFIELD RADIOLOGISTS, S.C.
SPRINGFIELD VAN & STORAGE
SPROUSE, JACORIE
SR-SYSTEMS, INC.
ST. ANDREW'S COURT
ST. ANTHONY MEDICAL CENTER
ST. ANTHONY'S HEALTH CENTER
ST. ANTHONY'S HEALTH CENTER
THE ST. FRANCIS GROUP
ST. FRANCIS MEDICAL CENTER D/B/A OSF MEDICAL GROUP
ST. JAMES HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTERS
ST. JAMES HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTERS
ST. JAMES HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTERS
ST. JAMES HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTERS
ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL
ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL
ST. JOSEPH'S HOME OF SPRINGFIELD
ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
ST. PAUL WONDERLAND
ST. PAUL WONDERLAND
ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
STACHNIAK, ASHLEY
STACK, KATELYN D
STAFF CARE, INC.
STAFFORD, BRIAN
STAHELIN PARTNERS
STAHL, CHARLENE
STALLINGS, LADONNA C.
STALLWORTH, TODD
STAMPS, JUANITA, HARRIS, MARGARITA & STAMPS, TROY
STAN THE TIRE MAN, INC.
STANCIEL, ROSEMARY
STANGELAND, GLENN
STANKE, TRAVIS
STANLEY ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES, LLC
STANLEY, ARTHUR
STANLEY, JUSTIN
STANSBURY, STEVEN
STANSBURY, VALERIE J. & FLOYD, SARRA M.
STANTON, KYLE J.
STANTON, STEVEN J.
STAPKA, ANDREW
STAPLES, DEBRA
STARCEVIC, KAREN
STARK, JASON R.
STARKS, DAVID SR
10CV1490
09CV3862
07CV5731
10CC2228
08CV6283
11CV2039
10CV2747
10CC0426
10CC2140
10CC2556
09CV5797
11CC0416
11CC0417
11CC0419
11CC0420
11CC0421
11CC0680
11CC0849
10CC0972
08CC3317
08CC3319
11CC0383
11CC0430
11CC0431
11CC0432
11CC0434
11CC0450
10CC2142
10CC2256
11CC1702
09CV2701
10CC1177
10CC2628
04CC3749
09CC1334
10CC0573
10CC3604
10CC3319
10CC3308
11CC0932
11CC0968
11CC1806
10CC2319
10CC3483
10CC1803
11CC1240
10CC2597
07CC0412
07CC0468
07CC0479
07CC0490
11CC0471
11CC0642
10CC1946
11CC1025
11CC0593
10CV1109
11CC1507
10CC2983
09CV0453
11CC0333
11CV4040
11CV0947
11CV0672
10CV1081
10CC2693
11CV0216
11CV2861
10CV3731
10CC1781
11CC0612
11CV0531
09CV6370
09CV6095
11CV0375
10CV3397
10CV0663
10CC3141
10CV2687
11CV1819
08CC1639
108 STARKS, JOHN E.
STARKS, JUSTIN M.
STARNES, GLEN II
STARR, PATRICIA M.
STASULAS, DEBBIE
STATE FARM FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY A/S/O ADAMCZYK, EDWARD D.
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O ALAN C BATSON
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O HARTKE, CLEMENCE
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O RICH, DAVID
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O ROBERT FROST
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O ROSE COTTON
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O SHERRI FARLEY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O SHIRLEY L LEONARD
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O GEORGE SIMON
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O PRICE, ROOSEVELT
STEARN, RICHARD J.
STEELE, BRANDON
STEELE, DERROLYN
STEELE, LARRY
STEELE, TRACY
STEEN, RICHARD
STEFANSKI, ALEXANDER
STEHNEY, KEVIN
STEIMLE, KAREN
STEIN, DOUGLAS
STEINER, JOSEPH
STEINER, KALIEF
STENCEL, ADAM
STEPHENS, BERNARD L.
STEPHENS, LA PIERRE
STEPHENSON, ANDREW
STEPHENSON, COUNTY OF
STEPPING STONES, INC.
STERICYCLE
STERJO, ERALDI
STERLING, ODEL III
STERLING ROCK FALLS CLINIC, LTD.
STERRETT, JOANNA
STERRETT, MARK C.
STEVEN, JOHN
STEVENS IMPLEMENT COMPANY
STEVENS, JOHN J.
STEVENS, KAROL A.
STEVENSON, ANTWON
STEVENSON, JACOB G.
STEVENSON, KYMBERLI
STEVENSON, KYMBERLI
STEVENSON, LATONYA M.
STEVENSON, LITRICIA
STEVENSON, MARKESE
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, ROBERT
STEVENSON, STEPHANIE; & PRICE, TINA E.; & STEVENSON, WILLIAM R.
STEWARD, AUSTON
STEWARD, CHRISTOPHER
STEWART, ANDRE L.
STEWART, BRIAN
STEWART, DOREEN
STEWART, JACQUES P
STEWART, JOHN
STEWART, MARION
STEWART, NEKISHA
STEWART, ROBERT
STEWART, STANLEY
STEWART, THEODORE
STEWART, TIARA
STEWART-CALDWELL, LETITIA
STIGER, DYMPHIA
10CV5379
09CV1138
11CV2784
10CV4307
11CV0948
03CC4182
03CC0236
07CC2290
10CC1653
10CC3922
10CC3707
05CC0942
09CC0128
10CC1558
08CC1998
11CC0621
09CC2583
10CC0418
11CV0490
10CV0815
10CC3480
10CV5459
10CV2139
10CV2503
09CV2999
11CV1222
10CV2748
11CV3600
10CV2555
11CV1357
10CV4048
11CV2951
09CV4538
11CV1223
10CC0561
10CC3116
11CC1529
10CV5653
11CV0400
10CC1770
10CV4922
10CC2982
08CV1326
10CC1048
11CV0620
11CV0619
10CV4841
10CV3130
10CV5779
11CV1764
10CV5429
11CV1848
11CV2382
10CC3757
10CC3758
10CC3759
10CC3760
10CC3761
10CC3762
11CC0147
11CC0148
11CC0149
11CC0150
11CC0151
11CC0152
10CV3976
11CC1295
10CV5341
11CV1982
09CC2135
10CV2837
10CV4208
10CV3066
11CV1123
10CV2836
11CV0621
10CV5342
10CV4082
07CV6215
11CV1277
09CV3981
109 STIGER, DYMPHIA
STIGLER, EUGENE
STILB, YVONNE E.
STITH, VALARIE
STOCKTON, CHRIS
STOHL, MIKE
STOKES, DEBRA A.
STOKES, DEBRA SPENCER
STONE, MALCOLM M.
STONE, MARK
STONE, SURIYAH
STONEBRAKER, JOHN D. SR.
STONESIFER, LAUREN
STOUT, BOBBIE
STOUT, MICHAEL E.
STOVER, ALEXANDER
STOWERS, LAMONT
STRANGE, RUSSELL
STRATTON, ERIN
STRAUCH, ANNETTE P.
STRAUGHTER, VINCENT
STRAUSS, ALICE
STREADWICK, ROBERT
STREATOR UNLIMITED, INC.
STREETER, ANDREW
STREETER, CHARLES
STREETER, EARL
STREETER, ROBERT M. JR.
STRIBLIN, ANQUANETTE
STRICKLAND, JAY
STRICKLAND, MELVIN C.
STRICKLAND, TAMMY
STRINGER, EDWARD J & JENNIFER M
STRINGER, TIFFANY
STROGER, DENISE
STROMBERG, KEVIN
STROMBERG, RACHEL
STRONG, LAUREN A.
STRONG, SHIRLEY
STRONG, SHIRLEY T.
STROTHER, CAROLE
STRUBHART, STEVEN A.
STRUDWRICKS, IRENE
STRUMFELD, NATHAN
STUBBEN, JASON C.
STUELPNAGEL, CURTIS
STYGAR, ROMAN
SUASTE, CELIA
SUCHOMSKI, BERNADINE
SUGGS, EARL
SUGGS, LISA & SUGGS, EARL
SUIZA DAIRY GROUP, LLC D/B/A PET O'FALLON
SUIZA DAIRY GROUP, LLC D/B/A PET O'FALLON
SUIZA DAIRY GROUP, LLC D/B/A PET O'FALLON
SULAIMAN, EDNA
SULLIVAN, JAMES M. SR.
SULLIVAN, JANET
SULLIVAN, JEFFERY
SULLIVAN, JOSHUA T.
SULLIVAN REPORTING COMPANY
SULLIVAN URGENT CARE CENTER
SULLIVAN-RYAN, NINA
SUMMERS, ALVIN
SUMMERS, FRANKIE & WILLIAMS, DENMARK
SUMMERS, KATHY
SUMMERS, PAMELA A.
SUMMERVILLE, PATRICIA
SUN, ZHAOCHEN
SUNBRIDGE CARE & REHABILITATION FOR DANVILLE
SUN-TIMES MEDIA, LLC-CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
SUPER 8 MOTEL
SUPER 8 MOTEL-SIX FLAGS
THE SUPPORT GROUP
SUPREME LAUNDRY SERVICE, LLC
SUPREME LAUNDRY SERVICE, LLC
SURA, SOPHIE J.
SURANI, ANILA
SURBER, TIFFANY
SUREFIRE PROTECTION, INC.
SUSSIX, CORTEZ
SUTTON, BLAIR O.
09CV3982
08CV4290
05CC1144
10CV1760
10CC3043
10CV4088
11CV2487
09CV6231
10CV2264
11CV0604
10CV5311
11CV1358
10CV2877
11CV0239
10CV3089
11CV2247
10CV2909
10CV3750
10CV4090
04CV2178
11CV0453
05CV1000
09CV0682
10CC2770
11CV0547
11CV2899
10CV4538
10CV4058
11CV1766
11CV2204
11CV3031
10CV2702
11CC3642
10CV2691
10CV0775
09CV0928
10CV4630
09CV2872
10CV2799
10CV4131
11CV3552
10CV5074
10CV4881
10CV4049
11CV0949
11CV1767
11CV0454
11CV0168
10CV3356
10CV4335
10CV3620
10CC2751
10CC2778
10CC3114
10CV3642
10CV5108
10CV3572
10CV5109
11CV1360
10CC2851
10CC3942
10CV5232
11CV1895
09CV0897
10CV2692
09CV0058
10CV4059
10CV3706
04CC0387
11CC0551
10CC2929
10CC0616
10CC2420
10CC2737
10CC2996
11CV2103
11CV0724
11CV0829
11CC1765
10CV0328
10CV4414
110 SUTTON, CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
SUTTON, DELIAH
SUTTON, JOSHUA
SUTTON, LAURA
SUTTON, O'KEITH
SUTTON, ROBERT
SWAIN, LEE A.
SWAIN, LEE A.
SWALLERS, JOSEPH W.
SWANAGAN, JOHNNIE
SWANSON, BRANDY
SWANSON, KEITH
SWANSON, KENNETH
SWARN, LEO
SWARTZ, DARRELL
SWARTZ, ROSE
SWEARENGEN, DAVID
SWEARINGEN, JAMIE
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
SWEENEY, AARON
SWEENEY, EMILEE
SWEENEY, EMILEE
SWEENEY, EMILEE
SWEENEY, EMILEE
SWEETIN, JOYE M.
SWEETWOOD, JEFFREY
SWEEZER, CHARLES
SWINNEY, TAMARA
SYKES, DERRICK M.
SYKES, LAMONICA
SYKES, MONTAY
SYKES, RICO
SYLVIA GERUT REPORTING, INC.
SYMAGO, LLC
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SYSCO FOODSERVICES, CHICAGO, INC.
SZAFRANIEC, JOSEPH A.
SZCZECH, MARCIN
SZELGA, MALGORZATA
SZENDZIAL, PATRICK W.
SZEWCZYK, RENATA
SZLAG, AGNIESZKA
SZROMBA, MICHAEL
SZULA, GENOWEFA
SZYNALSKI, WALTER V.
T & M DAYCARE CENTER
TABB, ROBERT A.
TABB TEXTILE COMPANY, INC.
TABB TEXTILE COMPANY, INC.
TABET DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC
TABOR, BEVERLY
TACKETT, NICOLE
TALIANI, STEVEN A.
TALIB, MOHAMMAD
TAMEZ, JESSIE
TAMEZ, RICK
TANDE, CHRISTINE
TANNEHILL, JOSHUA
TANNENBAUM, ROBERT
TANNER, ESTHER
10CC3619
09CV1269
11CV3089
10CV4642
10CV4763
11CV0975
10CV1180
10CV5396
11CV3047
07CC3513
10CV2556
10CV4091
10CV2557
10CV2362
11CV1002
11CV0891
10CV3502
10CV2910
10CC2666
10CC3332
10CC3819
10CC3820
10CC3821
10CC3822
10CC3823
11CV1768
08CV4483
08CV4803
09CV1306
09CV1851
10CV5111
10CV4092
11CV1554
09CV3719
10CV1181
11CV2062
09CV5916
10CV4631
11CC3041
10CC2340
10CC1537
11CC0963
11CC0964
11CC0980
11CC0983
11CC0984
11CC0985
11CC0989
11CC0990
11CC0991
11CC1026
11CC1027
11CC1028
11CC1029
11CC1030
11CC1031
11CC1032
10CV2838
10CV4261
10CV2528
09CV4681
10CV2154
11CV0669
08CV4007
11CV3682
10CV2155
11CC2085
11CV2671
11CC0743
11CC0831
11CC2089
11CV0402
10CV5699
02CC5216
09CV5656
10CV4221
07CV4244
10CV3276
11CV2785
10CV3767
11CV0580
111 TANNER, PEARLIE M.
TAORMINA, VALERIE M.
TAPIA, DELFINO
TAPSCOTT, STEVEN
TARDY, JEFFREY
TARKOWSKI, JOHN
TARR, EVELYN D.
TART, TYRUS
TARTER, SAMANTHA K.
TASC, INC.
TASC, INC.
TASC, INC.
TASC, INC.
TASC, INC.
TATE, DARRYL D
TATE, JOANN
TATUM, TINA
TAYLOR, BRITTNI
TAYLOR, CLYDE & SALLY JO
TAYLOR, CONSTANCE & MOFFETT, KENYA
TAYLOR, CRYSTAL
TAYLOR, DAVID
TAYLOR, DAVID SR.
TAYLOR, DAWN
TAYLOR, DELORES C.
TAYLOR, DERRICK
TAYLOR, DERWANDER
TAYLOR, DOUGLAS
TAYLOR, ELLA M.
TAYLOR, JAMES M.
TAYLOR, JOAN
TAYLOR, JOHNNY
TAYLOR, JOURNEE
TAYLOR, JUSTIN
TAYLOR, KENNETH
TAYLOR, KENNYATTA
TAYLOR, KEVIN
TAYLOR, LAKEISHA L.
TAYLOR, LARRY
TAYLOR, LEANN M
TAYLOR, LILLIE
TAYLOR, LONNIE J.
TAYLOR, LOREENE
TAYLOR, LOREENE
TAYLOR, OCTAVIUS
TAYLOR, PAMELA
TAYLOR, RASHAWN, THURMOND-JONES, PATRICIA
TAYLOR, ROLAND
TAYLOR, SHAWN
TAYLOR, SHENIKA
TAYLOR, TRACEY A.
TAYLORVILLE, CITY OF, WATER COLLECTION DEPARTMENT
TAYORUANE, ALEXANDRIA
TAZEWELL, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
TELLEZ, JUAN J.
TENNANT, NANCY JO.
TENORIO-MENDEZ, DOLORES
TENUTA, JOSEPH
TERRELL, DEANDRE
TERRELL, JIMMIE
TERRELL, RAJI
TERRELL, TERNICA
TERRY, DENNIS
TERRY, EDWARD
TERRY, EDWARD
TERRY, JUAN
TERRY, PHYLLIS
TESSCO, INC.
TETRAULT, SARAH J.
TEZEN, TIFFANY
THAKKAR, RAJESHBHAI A.
THAPA, SARASWOTI
THAPA, SARASWOTI
THAPA, SARASWOTI
THEISEN, KIMBERLY
THERRELL, EMIL T.
THIGPEN, VONITA
THIRTYACRE, RYAN
THOMAS, ANTHONY
THOMAS, ANTOINETTA
THOMAS, ARCHIE
11CV0051
10CV4008
11CV1821
10CV5493
09CV4402
11CC0057
11CV2183
10CV3830
10CV3067
10CC0582
10CC2665
10CC2728
10CC2987
11CC0226
10CC0283
10CV3732
10CV4593
11CV3269
07CC3474
10CV5511
10CV2404
10CC3578
11CV2249
11CV1386
09CV1984
10CV4942
11CV3381
10CV4539
09CV5040
11CV0328
08CV3387
11CV1151
10CV4450
09CV5740
10CV0405
10CV4295
11CV2769
10CV5494
11CV1278
11CC1436
10CV2694
09CV6119
11CV2312
11CV2313
10CV5343
10CV1599
07CV5733
11CV2184
10CV1691
11CV3065
10CV2779
10CC2690
10CV3131
10CC2328
10CV5677
04CC4669
10CV1908
10CV2588
10CV3294
06CC1427
10CV0074
10CV4369
11CV1279
02CC3412
05CC0268
11CV0376
10CV4923
11CC0860
09CV6407
11CV0403
10CV5408
11CV1462
11CV1463
11CV1464
11CV1849
11CV1035
10CV4764
11CV2674
11CV2524
11CV0092
11CV0093
112 THOMAS, CATHERINE
THOMAS, CHICO
THOMAS, CHICO
THOMAS, CLEVELAND
THOMAS. CONNIE L
THOMAS, DE LOIS R.
THOMAS, DEWANNA
THOMAS, JERRY JR.
THOMAS, JUDY A.
THOMAS, JULIAN T. A.
THOMAS, KENNETH
THOMAS, KIMBERLY
THOMAS, MARSHA
THOMAS, MELODY L.
THOMAS, RACHEL
THOMAS, ROBERT
THOMAS, ROGER
THOMAS, SAMANTHA
THOMAS, SANDEA
THOMAS, SHIRLEY A.
THOMAS, SYLVESTIA
THOMAS, TASHA , JONES, CHRISTORIA & GLASS, MIA
THOMAS, TIAIRA
THOMAS, VINCENT
THOMAS, VINCENT
THOMAS, WANDA
THOMAS, WANDA
THOMAS, WILLIAM T.
THOMPSON, BRANDON
THOMPSON, BRIAN
THOMPSON, CARLA D.
THOMPSON, CARLTON
THOMPSON, CLEVEN
THOMPSON, COREY J.
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
THOMPSON, ESTAVION
THOMPSON, JONNIFER
THOMPSON, KATHLEEN; & THOMPSON, DION
THOMPSON, KATHY
THOMPSON, MARYLIN
THOMPSON, NATASHIA D.
THOMPSON, RASHANA
THOMPSON, RHONDA
THOMPSON, RHONDA
THOMPSON, ROBERT
THOMPSON, STANTON
THORINGTON, ASHLEY
THORNHILL, TRACY O. III
THORNTON, BILLIE
THORNTON, CANDRIA
THORNTON, DALE
THORNTON, ERICA
THORNTON, NAURICE L.
THORNTON, RONALD JR.
THORNTON, SHARON
THORNTON, SHAWN A.
THORNTON, STEVEN
THORPE, CAROL
THREETS DEBORAH C
THREETS-LOTTIE, ELZORA
THREETS-LOTTIE, ELZORA
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THRESHOLDS REHABILITATION INDUSTRIES
THURMAN, CHANTEL
10CV3931
10CC0484
10CC0630
11CV1722
11CC1390
10CV4562
08CV5527
10CV2879
10CV4488
09CV1402
10CV2623
11CV0108
10CV3398
10CV3211
11CV0455
10CV4111
10CV4958
10CV0188
10CV5512
10CV2948
05CC0944
10CV5397
10CV4785
10CV4050
10CV4489
11CV1280
11CV1281
10CV2024
10CV4867
10CV4350
10CV1294
10CV4009
11CV0456
11CV2641
10CC1271
10CC2293
10CC2385
11CV1036
10CC2002
10CV3707
09CV2050
08CC0270
10CV4765
10CV4243
09CV5557
09CV5558
10CV1184
11CC0286
10CV4540
10CV0282
10CC0998
11CV2676
10CV4054
10CV2095
10CV5203
10CV0776
10CV5312
10CV5028
11CV0605
10CV2751
09CC3163
10CV4415
11CV0012
10CC2975
10CC2978
10CC3635
10CC3636
10CC3637
11CC1064
11CC1574
11CC1575
11CC1576
11CC1677
11CC1678
11CC1679
11CC1680
11CC1681
11CC1682
11CC1683
11CC1684
10CV3229
113 THURMAN, DAVID
THURMAN, MELISA
THURMOND, ZACHARY
THURSTON, CHRISTINE
THURSTON, TIFFANY S.
TIBBS, CARROLL
TICER, DAVID
TICER, KEITH
TIDEY, WILLIAM W.
TIEKEN, GARY
TILFORD, SHEREE R.
TILLER, LOYD
TILLIS, FLOYD SR.
TILLIS-VAUGHN, BRIDGETT
TILLITT-PRATT, MARY BETH
TILLMAN, ERSKINE
TILLMAN, SHARAE
TILMAN'S COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC, INC.
TILSON, SHERRELL
TIMMERMAN, SARA
TIMOTHY R. NEUBAUER & ASSOCIATION, P.C.
TIMOTHY, YVONNE
TINCHER, BRUCE
TIPSWORD, DENNIS
TIPTON, CLARISSA
TIPTON, CLARISSA
TIRADO, RAUL
TIRADOR-MENDEZ, MARIA R.
TIRVA, ANDREA M.
TIRVA, ANDREA M.
TIRVA, ANDREA M.
TISKA, JACOB E.
TITO, MARCO F.
T.J. LAMBRECHT CONSTRUCTION, INC.
TOBAR, AMPARO
TODD, DARYL
TODOROVIC, JOYCE
TOHY, JASON
TOKAR, KATHLEEN M.
TOLAR, ANTIONE
TOLAR, HERMAN
TOLAR, MICHELE E.
TOLAR, MICHELE E; & TOLAR, HERMAN
TOLBERT, KEVIN
TOLBERT, LASHEKA
TOLBERT, RALPH
TOLBERT, STEPHEN
TOLBERT, VERNON
TOLIVER, LILLIAN
TOLLIVER, MILLIE A.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOMPKINS PRINTING EQUIPMENT, COMPANY
TOMPKINS, RACHEL V., PH.D.
TOOHIL, EMILY
TOOLE, FRANCES
TOOLE, FRANCES
TOOLING & MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
TOOMEY REPORTING
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10CV4159
10CV4370
10CV4351
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11CV1897
10CV5204
10CV5205
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10CV2505
10CC3000
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11CC0508
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10CC2541
10CC2544
10CC2827
114 TORRANCE, PEARLINE
TORRENCE, AHKEEM
TORRES, ALBERTO
TORRES, DAVID
TORRES, FRANCISCO
TORRES, MARCOS
TORRES, MARIA
TORRES, MARIA
TORRES, MIGUEL
TORRES, SALVADOR
TORREZ, LUIS
TORRY, CLARENCE
TORRY, WALLACE
TOULON, SIMONE
TOUSANT, CHARLES
TOVAR, GABRIELA
TOVAR, GABRIELA
TOVAR, GABRIELA
TOVAR, RAFAEL
TOWNE PLACE SUITES
TOWNE PLACE SUITES
TOWNS, ROBERT
TOWNS, TREYONDA D.
TOWNSEL, BRITTANY
TOWNSEND, BRITTNEY
TOWNSEND, JONATHAN
TOWNSEND, MICHAEL
TOWRY, NICOLE L.
TRADER, LA SONIA
TRAN, TERRY
TRANSLATION SMART, INC.
TRAPINI, AMANDA
TRAUT WILMA
TRAVIS, DENISE
TRAVIS, VERNON, L.
TRAYLOR, DERRICK
TREADWELL, FREDDIE N. JR.
TREDWAY, PAMELA J.
TREJO, CHRISTINA D.
TREND OFFSET PRINTING
TREUTHART, RAYMOND H.
TREVINO, ALFREDO
TREVINO, JOHN
TRIBETT, SHEREE
TRIBETT, SHEREE
TRIBLEY, ERIKA
TRI-COUNTY COUNSELING SERVICES
TRI-COUNTY OPPORTUNITIES COUNCIL
TRI-ELECTRONICS, INC.
TRINIDAD, INES
TRINIDAD, VICTOR
TRINITY SERVICES
TRIPKOVICH, SONJA
TRIPLETT, CLARENCE L
TRIPLETT, HELEN O.
TRIPLETT, TRAVIS M.
TRIPOLI, MICHAEL
TRIPP, CHARLOTTE
TRIPP, JOE C.
TRITZ, LINDA L.
TROVER, JOSEPH & JEANETTE
TRUDAN, MICHAEL
TRUITT, CASSANDRA
TRUITT, KENNETH
TRUJILLO, JOSE
TRUSS, TAMMY
TSANG, ROBERT
TUCKER, ADA
TUCKER, BEVERLY
TUCKER, CHERYL
TUCKER, EARL W.
TUCKER, JOHN L.
TUCKER, LENA
TUCKER, MARK D.
TULLISON, KENAWIN
TURKS, DONALD
TURMAN, CHARLES
TURMAN, D'MACEIO B.
TURNER, ALICE A.
TURNER, BENJAMIN
TURNER, CARRIE L.
10CV2459
10CV2392
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11CV2020
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11CV2979
115 TURNER, DARRYL
TURNER, DAVID
TURNER, DAVID
TURNER, DAVID C.
TURNER, DAVID CURTIS
TURNER, DAVID CURTIS
TURNER, DE ANDRE
TURNER, JANICE M.
TURNER, KATHERAN A.
TURNER, KELLY
TURNER, LATANYA
TURNER, MARK K.
.
TURNER, MORGAN
TURNER, PATRICK
TURNER, RAPHAEL
TURNER, RAYMOND
TURNER, THREEC N. .
TURNER, TYLATHA
TURNER, TYRELL
TURNER, YVETTE
TURSUNALIEV, SERIK
TUTHMVR, LLC
TUTHMVR, LLC
TUTTLE, RONALD N.
TWIGGS, JOHN
TYLER, JENNIFER
TYLER, ONDREWAL
TYLER, RICHARD
TYREE, LARRY
TYSON, ANTHONY D.
TYSON, CLEOPATRA
TYSON, JOYCESTINE
TYUS, LARRY T
UDESHI, RAJAN
UFIR, TERESA
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
UHLICH CHILDREN'S ADVANTAGE NETWORK
UIC MEDICAL CENTER
UIMARI, WILLIAM J.
ULIT, FERDINAND A.
ULLOA, OSCAR
ULVE, TIMOTHY P.
UMER, ABDUL
UMESI, CHIEMEKA
UNGER, MICHAEL A.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNIFORMITY, INC.
UNION, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOC OF GREATER CHICAGO
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY LAND OF LINCOLN
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UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
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UNITED SURGICAL ASSISTANTS, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
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116 UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - ENERGY RESOURCES CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - ENERGY RESOURCES CENTER
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - MEDICAL CENTER
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
URGO, ANTHONY
URICH, JONATHAN
URIOSTIGUE, ESTEBAN
URS CORPORATION
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USHER, STEVEN
V & V, LLC
VALADEZ, FLORENTINO
VALCIN, ANGELINE
VALCO AWARDS & MORE, INC.
VALDEZ, CASSIJO
VALDEZ, DESIREE
VALDEZ, ERIC
VALDEZ, FRANCISCO L. JR.
VALDEZ, FRANCISCO L. SR.
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VALENCIA, VICTOR
VALENTIN, MICHAEL
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VALLE, BLANCA
VALLE, YANETH
VALLEJO, ROBERT
VALLEJO, WENDY
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117 VAN HORN, JOHN
VAN PUYMBROECK, CHAD
VAN, WINKLE, STEPHANIE D.
VANCE, DEZRIEN
VANDEGRAFT, JACOB
VANNARATH, JULI ANN
VANTREASE, DARREN
VARGAS, ELIGIO
VARGAS, MARIA
VARGAS, PAOLA
VARGAS, RAFAEL
VARGAS-OLIVEROS, SANDRA
VASILAKIS, LAUREN E.
VASILE, NICHOLAS
VASQUEZ, EDWIN
VASQUEZ, RAYMOND
VASQUEZ, RAYMUNDO F.
VASQUEZ, RICHARD
VASQUEZ, STEPHANIE
VASQUEZ, STEVEN
VASQUEZ, TITO
VASSEL, HAROLD
VAUGHN, DARLENE
VAUGHN, KELLY
VAUGHN, LEE E.
VAZQUEZ, FILADELFO
VAZQUEZ, JEFFERY
VAZQUEZ, JUAN
VAZQUEZ, LEOPOLDO
VAZQUEZ, RAFAEL
VAZQUEZ, RUBELIA
VEDDER, JULIE R.
VEGA BERRIOS, NORMA
VEGA, DOLORES
VEGA, MAXINE
VEGA, STEVE
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM, INC.
VEIHL, KELLY L.
VELANI, SULTAN
VELASCO, JULIA
VELASQUEZ, BARTOLO
VELASQUEZ, MELITON
VELAZQUEZ, ALFREDO
VELAZQUEZ, CESAR
VELAZQUEZ, JUANA M.
VELAZQUEZ, MIGUEL A.
VELAZQUEZ, RHONDA
VELEZ, NELSON
VENTURA, LORENA
VENTURA, LORENA
VEOLIA ES
VERA, MICHAEL
VERA, RICKY, JR.
VERA, YUNIOR
VERIZON
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VERONICA, HECTOR
VERSCHELDEN, CIA
VESEY, CHRIS
VESUNTIA, JESSE
VGM MANAGEMENT
VGM MANAGEMENT
VICTORY, DEBRA
VICTORY, DEBRA L.
VIDEO MONITORING SERVICES
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VIERS, MARK
VILARREAL, MARIA
VILELLA, MARIA
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VILLA, ESPERANZA
VILLA, ROBERT J.
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VILLAGRANA-TORRES, CESAR
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VILLAREAL, PETRA
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11CV1125
118 VILLEGAS, AMALIA
VILLEGAS, AMALIA
VILLEGAS, AMALIA
VILLEGAS, AMALIA
VINCK, SEAN
VIRGO-MURPHY, CATHY
VIRUET, MICHAEL
VISHNEVSKIY, DENNIS
VISINAIZ, DANIEL
VISION PROPERTIES & BLUE ISLAND, LLC
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION FOX VALLEY
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION FOX VALLEY
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION FOX VALLEY
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION FOX VALLEY
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
VITRO, RON
VIVEROS, ISIDRO
VIVIANS, ANTHONY
VOLBERDING, RONALD J.
VOLLMER, AMY
VOLTZ, SAMUEL
VON MAYR, ERWIN
VRBOVSKY, MONIQUE
WABASH, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
WABASH VALLEY SERVICE COMPANY
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WADE, JERRICA
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WADE, LAWRENCE
WADE, LEONARD C.
WADE, RICHARD
WADE-ANKUM, DEMEKA
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WAGNER, ANN E.
WAGNER, FORREST
WAGNER, FRANCIS L.
WAGNER, KENT F.
WALGREENS COMPANY
WALKER, ALONZO
WALKER, BIANCA
WALKER, CALEB L.
WALKER, CHARLES
WALKER, DARRIUS
WALKER, DAVID J.
WALKER, ELIHAMAR
WALKER, ELLAMAE
WALKER, EMILY
WALKER, HOGAN, LLC
WALKER, JESSICA
WALKER, KELLY
WALKER, LATONIA
WALKER, MARVELL
WALKER, PIERRE
WALKER, RICKEY
WALKER, ROOSEVELT
WALKER, TERRELL
WALKER, THORNER
WALKER, TRAVIS
WALKER, TYRE E.
WALKER, WILLIAM
WALL, TIMOTHY S.
WALLACE, BRANDON
WALLACE, JERARD E.
WALLACE-LEFLORE, DAWN
WALLS, CHANEL
WALLS, FREDDIE
WALLS, MARCUS
WALLS, MICHAEL
WALLS, TIMOTHY J.
WALLS, WILLIAM
WALRAVEN, KAYLA D.
WALSH, DEREK J.
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WALTER, SUSAN
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129 CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED
IN THE COURT OF CLAIMS
OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS
REPORTED OPINIONS
FISCAL YEAR 2011
(July 1, 2010 thru June 30, 2011)
130 (No. 09-­‐CC-­‐2133 – Claim denied) DOMINIQUE ALEXANDER, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Respondent. Opinion filed May 25, 2011 DOMINIQUE ALEXANDER, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MICHAEL ROCKS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Burden of proof-­‐Preponderance of evidence standard-­‐ Claimant must prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that (1) the State breached its duty of reasonable care, (2) the State's negligence was the proximate cause of the injury, (3) a dangerous condition or defect existed, and (4) the State had actual or constructive notice of the condition. Highways-­‐Duty of reasonable care-­‐State not insurer of highways-­‐ It is the duty of the State to exercise reasonable care in the maintenance of highways in order that defective and dangerous conditions likely to injure persons lawfully on the highway do not exist. However, the State is not an insurer against all accidents that may occur by reason of the condition of its highways. Highways-­‐Defects-­‐Ice and snow falling from overpass-­‐No evidence-­‐ Claimant failed to prove that an IDOT truck was responsible for plowing the overpass and was the proximate cause of the damage to Claimant's vehicle due to falling ice and snow. OPINION AND ORDER Storino, J. Factual Background I.
Claimant's Case On behalf of the Claimant, Lamas Alexander testified that on January 22, 2008, he was driving Claimant’s vehicle. At approximately 9:15 a.m., Mr. Alexander left work at the Bolingbrook Park District. Mr. Alexander testified that it had snowed heavily the night before and because of the heavy snow he was going to drive to his elderly father’s house to shovel his driveway and sidewalk. While driving on I-­‐355 south in Claimant’s car, Mr. Alexander testified that upon approaching the 159th Street overpass, he saw snow falling from the overpass. Additionally, he testified that he saw a snowplow truck pushing the 131 snow off of the overpass. Mr. Alexander stated that he could not see the color of the truck because of the snow. Mr. Alexander testified that he was traveling at approximately 55 miles per hour and could not see to the right or left of his car because of the snow and ice which fell on the windshield. This snow and ice caused the windshield on Claimant’s car to shatter, also impairing Mr. Alexander’s vision, as well as causing the rearview mirror to fall off. Mr. Alexander testified that glass fell on his face and his body and he had to close his eyes while driving because of all of the glass debris. He testified that when he was able to open his eyes, he used his sideview mirrors and proceeded to stop on I-­‐355 south’s right-­‐
hand shoulder. At that time Mr. Alexander testified that he called his father to tell him about the damage to Claimant’s car and waited for a State Trooper to come upon the scene. It was at that time or shortly thereafter that a State Trooper arrived on the scene and assessed the damage. Mr. Alexander testified that he got out of the car and saw a truck on top of the 159th Street overpass. It was at this time that the State Trooper wrote a vehicle accident report which is attached to the Claimant’s complaint. Mr. Alexander testified that the Trooper escorted Mr. Alexander off of the highway and allowed him to drive home with his hazard lights on. After this, Mr. Alexander testified that he called his attorney and was told how to file a claim in the Court of Claims with estimates for repairs to the car. Upon cross-­‐examination, Mr. Alexander stated that the vehicle in question was owned by his daughter. Mr. Alexander then, using Respondent’s Exhibit Number 1, for identification purposes, showed the Assistant Attorney General where he was driving on I-­‐
355. Mr. Alexander stated that he was in the middle lane of I-­‐355 when he saw ice chunks falling from the overhead. Mr. Alexander testified that he did close his eyes because he was afraid of getting glass in his eyes. He stated that when he could open his eyes, he looked in 132 the sideview mirrors to move his car to the right. Mr. Alexander testified that shortly after the accident he got out of his car and saw a truck sitting on the ramp of I-­‐355. Upon further cross-­‐examination, Mr. Alexander showed the pictures of the damage. These pictures included the windshield being shattered, front damage on the hood and front hood light out. Additionally, Mr. Alexander testified that the rearview mirror in the car fell at the time that the ice chunks fell on the windshield. These documents and pictures were admitted into evidence without objections. II. The State’s Case The State then called Mr. Alexander to testify. Mr. Alexander testified that on pages 7 and 8 of Claimant’s complaint was a letter he sent to the Illinois Department of Transportation in which he hand-­‐wrote in detail how the accident occurred. He read verbatim the paragraph in which he stated that he saw a yellow snowplow truck turn on to 159th Street from the I-­‐355 northbound exit and make a left-­‐hand turn and begin plowing the snow and ice over the overpass. Mr. Alexander read his paragraph into the record. Mr. Alexander then testified at trial that he was not sure if it was a yellow truck or an orange truck. Mr. Alexander testified that page 9 of Claimant’s complaint was the Illinois State Police Incident Report which the Trooper typed up at the scene. On that report, Mr. Alexander told the Trooper that it was unknown if the snowplow was a tollway truck or another truck. Mr. Alexander testified that he made a claim to the Illinois Tollway Department and spoke with Kathleen Miller from the Illinois Tollway Department who told him how to proceed with filing a claim for damages. Ms. Miller also told Mr. Alexander that if the Illinois Tollway Department denied his claim that he should then contact IDOT. Mr. 133 Alexander testified that he did not know if any other cars were damaged and that it was not rush hour traffic at the time of the incident. Mr. Alexander also added that the highway was very clear of snow. Additionally, Mr. Alexander testified to the two attachments on Claimant’s complaint which indicated that on page 12 there was $2,198.00 estimate for repair and on page 14, there was a $2,333.05 estimate for repair. Mr. Alexander testified that the vehicle was never repaired due to the fact that the car was worth less than the repair bills. He testified that he left the car in his townhouse complex for three months but was told by the Association that he had to move the car. Mr. Alexander testified that he junked the car. He also testified that he bought the car for $1,700 for his daughter. The State then called Illinois Department of Transportation employee Frank Klupshas to testify on the State’s behalf. Mr. Klupshas testified that he was employed by IDOT for 41 years and 3 months and is the Illinois Department of Transportation District Manager. Mr. Klupshas testified that he is a team section technician and his duties include the maintenance of state highways southwest of Will County and his office is located at 175th and Lockport. He stated that maintenance for the IDOT roads in which he supervises would include the maintenance of the roads, retrieving and disposing of dead animals, snow and ice removal, pot hole patching and any other repairs needed on the Illinois roads located under his jurisdiction. In reviewing Respondent’s Exhibit Number 2 for identification purposes, the Department Report, Mr. Klupshas testified that on page 5 was his report. He stated that he was told that there was a storm warning on January 21, 2008 and at that time had a full crew working all twelve routes. Initially they were expecting 1-­‐3 inches of snow but later 134 on that day the storm was upgraded to 2-­‐6 inches. Because of the large amount of snow that was expected, Mr. Klupshas testified that he had all of his 12 snowplow trucks working at that time. It was approximately 8:40 in the morning when the day crew reported for service and finished up all the clean up operations as the snowstorms had subsided at that time. Mr. Klupshas testified that all of his 12 snowplows are not the same size and that there are 12 routes with one snowplow on each route. Mr. Klupshas testified that there would have been one truck covering the 159th Street overpass and this was outlined on page 4 of the Departmental Report in blue highlight. Mr. Klupshas testified that none of his workers would ever plow I-­‐355 or the exit and entrance ramps as they are maintained by the Illinois Tollway. Because his vehicles are not allowed on the tollway and do not have I-­‐
Passes, he would never expect one of his vehicles to be on the tollway. Mr. Klupshas testified that all of his vehicles are orange in color. Mr. Klupshas testified that Illinois Tollway vehicles plow the exit ramps as well as the highway underneath the exit ramps. He testified that the Illinois Tollway truck would have to ride on top of the 159th Street overpass to get to either an exit or entrance ramp to plow. Mr. Klupshas testified that all Illinois Tollway trucks are orange and black. Mr. Klupshas testified that he does not know the colors of the other municipalities' trucks that also travel over his roads. Mr. Klupshas also added in his testimony that there are many other trucks that plow snow and include landscaping trucks that also work as plows in the winter. Mr. Klupshas testified that the procedure for his workers to plow over the 159th Street overpass would be to plow the snow against the middle median for the two lanes that are closest to the median. The two outer lanes would be plowed by having the plow perpendicular to the truck and carrying the snow directly in front of the truck and then 135 depositing the snow at a safe grassy area after the overpass. It is not protocol for the plow trucks to ever allow snow to fall over the overpass. Upon cross-­‐examination, Mr. Klupshas stated that all of his trucks were on the road the evening of January 21, 2008 and early morning of January 22, 2008. Mr. Klupshas testified that he has never had a case in his 41 years of one of his drivers plowing an overpass and shoving snow onto the highway. Mr. Klupshas testified that he keeps in contact with his trucks by two-­‐way radios and again testified that he did not know the colors of the other municipalities' snowplows. The State then asked that the Departmental Report be admitted into evidence and that the disc of pictures also be admitted into evidence. These documents were admitted into evidence without objection. In closing, the Claimant testified that he assumed that the truck used was an IDOT truck. The Respondent indicated that IDOT does not have any yellow trucks and that the Court of Claims does not have any jurisdiction over the Illinois Tollway Authority. Additionally, Respondent argued that the car was worth only $1,700.00. Legal Analysis It is the duty of the State to exercise reasonable care in the maintenance and care of highways in order that defective and dangerous conditions likely to injure persons lawfully on the highway shall not exist. The exercise of reasonable care requires the State to keep its highways reasonably safe. Kraemer v. State, (1990) 42 Ill. Ct. Cl. 236, Blair v. State (1994), 47 Ill.Ct.Cl. 242, 242-­‐43. However, the State is not an insurer against all accidents that may occur by reason of the condition of its highways. Scroggins v. State (1991), 43 Ill.Ct.Cl. 225, 226. To prevail in a negligence action, the Claimant must prove, by a 136 preponderance of the evidence, that (1) the State breached its duty of reasonable care, (2) the State's negligence was the proximate cause of the injury, (3) a dangerous condition or defect existed, and (4) the State had actual or constructive notice of the condition. Id. at 227. Hanawell v. State (1995), 47 Ill.Ct.Cl. 270, 275. Claimant bears the burden of proving the elements of his or her cause of action. Id. Based on Respondent's Departmental Report and the testimony presented by Mr. Alexander in this matter, the court finds that Respondent's actions were not the proximate cause of the damage to Claimant's vehicle. In the case at bar, this Court has examined the record and all documents that were admitted into evidence. After reviewing all of the testimony, maps, photographs and other documentation, this Court finds that while the overpass on 159th Street is a State highway, the yellow snowplow truck, which allegedly snow plowed the overpass on 159th Street, was not proven by a preponderance of the evidence to be an Illinois Department of Transportation truck. The incident reported as well as Claimant's father's own hand-­‐written account, which was submitted to the Illinois Department of Transportation as well as attached to the complaint, details that a yellow snow plow truck turned on to the 159th Street overpass from I-­‐355 northbound exit. This information, which was compiled shortly after the incident and is much more reliable than the testimony of Claimant's witness some one year and nine months after the incident, refutes that the snow plow was an IDOT vehicle. Moreover, the testimony by a District Manager of the Illinois Department of Transportation revealed that IDOT trucks are not yellow and that IDOT trucks do not plow tollways or tollway ramps. Additionally, testimony was had by the IDOT District Manager in which he detailed procedures on how an overpass is plowed by his workers. In the case 137 at bar, the evidence indicates that the truck that damaged Claimant's car was not that of an IDOT truck but possibly from a private snowplow company or other municipality located nearby the 159th Street overpass, including the Illinois Tollway. Based on the foregoing, we find this claim must be denied due to Claimant's failure to prove that an IDOT truck plowed the 159th Street overpass and was a proximate cause of the damage to Claimant's vehicle. Accordingly, it is hereby ordered that this claim be and is hereby dismissed. 138 (No. 02-­‐CC-­‐4359 – Claim denied) LAKISHA WILLIAMS, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent. Opinion filed May 24, 2011 KIRK A. MOYER, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (TOMAS A. RAMIREZ, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Elements-­‐ Claimant must prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the respondent breached its duty of reasonable care, and that the injury was proximately caused by that breach. Notice-­‐ Claimant has the burden of proving that Respondent had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous condition and failed to remedy the condition effectively and efficiently. Negligence-­‐Slip and fall on wet floor-­‐No notice-­‐denied-­‐ Respondent precluded from liability as there was no evidence that Respondent was notified or should have been aware of the wet floor that allegedly caused Claimant’s injuries. The State is not an insurer of Claimant’s safety and cannot be expected to remove all risk of accidents which may occur on its property or within its facilities. OPINION AND ORDER Storino, J. This matter comes before this Court upon a recommendation from the assigned commissioner regarding the complaint of LAKISHA WILLIAMS, Claimant, against STATE OF ILLINOIS, Northern Illinois University, Respondent. Claimant's complaint alleges Respondent's negligence, causing the claimant to suffer personal injuries from a slip and fall incident that occurred on March 28, 2000, on an allegedly wet floor in the Stevenson South Building at Northern Illinois University. Claimant was represented by counsel in this matter and a hearing was held on October 26, 2007, and January 11, 2008. I. Factual Findings Claimant, Lakisha Williams testified that on March of 2000, she was a student at Northern Illinois University (NIU) living in a private dorm in University Plaza. On March 139 28, 2000, she was visiting her friend EW who was student living in the Stevenson South Building. She had arrived around 6:00 p.m. to participate in a study group that broke up at around 11:00 p.m./11:30 p.m. After the study group broke up, she went to her friend's room to get her things, and then she and EW took the elevator to the main floor with the intention of going to Claimant's room. Upon getting off the elevator, Claimant turned to the left, walked about 20 feet and slipped, striking her face on the wall, falling backwards striking her head on the floor. Claimant testified that she did not see any water before she fell, but that once she was on the floor, Claimant felt water on the floor and on her hands as she attempted to get up. Claimant also testified that when she came out of the elevator, she did not see any "wet floor" signs. After the accident, paramedics transported her to Kishwaukee Community Hospital where she was treated for a laceration in her forehead, and put in a neck brace due to pain in her neck. After the accident she was unable to attend classes for two weeks, and was unable to work as a waitress due to her injuries. Claimant claims to have lost two months from work and approximately $2,800 in wages. After the accident she developed vertigo, headaches, neck and back pain lasting six to eight weeks. The neck pain lasted for three or four months. Claimant also submitted an affidavit from Ms. William's friend EW into evidence as part of the Departmental report. The affidavit of EW attests that she "saw [Claimant] slip on the wet floor and hit her face against the wall, and then fall to the floor." Timothy Trottier, at 12 year employee of Northern Illinois University testified on behalf of Respondent. In March 2000, he was an Assistant Area Coordinator for the Stevenson Complex. Under his supervision was one graduate student hall director plus ten (10) CA's on each floor and a desk staff of twenty (20) supervisors and forty (40) to fifty 140 (50) desk workers. Mr. Trottier testified that the area by the elevators is a "prime public area" and that the front desk is right on the way out just fifty (50) to seventy (70) feet from the elevators. Because of the late night cafeteria located in this building, which closes at 11:00 p.m., over eighty (80) to one hundred (100) students could pass through the area where the accident occurred from ten o'clock to midnight. Mr. Trottier testified that no one had reported any spills prior to the fall. After the accident, he directed his CA's to inspect the area and determine whether there was any bodily fluid on the floor. The CA's reported to him that they did not see any water or anything that could have caused Claimant to fall in the subject location. Bryan Hart, a 28 year employee of Northern Illinois University, who at the time of the trial was the Assistant Superintendent of building services, also testified on behalf of Respondent. Mr. Hart testified that in March 2000, based on the protocol that existed, if students or guests had complained of water or liquid spills in the lobby by the elevator in Stevenson South, it would have been promptly addressed. He further testified that at no time prior to Claimant's accident did the building services department receive any complaint of a wet floor, or spill in the subject location, and if there was a spill or wet floor by the elevator prior to the accident, the building staff was not aware of it. II. Legal Analysis The State owes a duty to persons legitimately on its property to use reasonable care in maintaining its premises. Catherine Carlson v. Board of Regents of the Regency University System, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 171, 174 (1994). However, to establish negligence, the Claimant must prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the respondent breached its duty of reasonable care, and that the injury was proximately caused by the breach. Evelyn Wojdla 141 v. City of Park Ridge, 148 Ill 2nd 348, 421 (1992). In order to recover, Claimant also has the burden of proving that Respondent had actual or constructive notice of the dangerous condition, but failed to remedy the condition effectively and efficiently. Carlson v. Board of Regents, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. at 173 (1994). Based on the evidence presented at the hearing in this matter, this Court determines that the Respondent is precluded from liability in that there was no evidence presented at the hearing indicating that that Respondent was notified or should have been aware of the condition that allegedly caused Claimant's injuries. It has been well-­‐settled that, "the State is not an insurer of Claimant's safety." Langhary v. State of Illinois, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl. 187 (2000) (quoting Simpson v. State, 37 Ill. Ct. Cl. 76 (1985)). As the State is not an insurer, it cannot be expected to remove all risk of accidents which may occur from all areas of its property or facilities. Patrick Powell v. State of Illinois, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. at 117 (1996). Rather the State owes a duty of reasonable care in maintaining its premises. Hardeman v. State, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 292, 295 (1995)(citing Berger v. Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, 40 Ill. Ct. Cl. 121, 124 (1988)). The evidence presented at the hearing is devoid of any indication that the Respondent had actual or constructive knowledge of the water on the floor which is the alleged dangerous or defective condition that caused the Claimant's injuries. Claimant therefore is unable to establish a key element required to recover damages. As such, Claimant has failed to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the Respondent is liable for her injuries, and this matter is hereby dismissed with prejudice. 142 (No. 05-­‐CC-­‐3265 – Claim denied) RALPH HROBOWSKI, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, Respondent. Opinion filed May 24, 2011 RALPH HROBOWSKI, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MICHAEL ROCKS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Prisoners and inmates-­‐Administrative employment regulations-­‐ A prisoner does not have a right to employment in a correctional facility and the Court does not adjudicate the fairness of administrative regulations pertaining to job assignments. Prisoners and inmates-­‐ Administrative decisions within discretion of prison, no jurisdiction to review. Prisoners and inmates-­‐ Job assignment, claim dismissed. OPINION Sprague, C.J. This matter comes before the Court on the Complaint of Claimant, Ralph Hrobowski, against Respondent, State of Illinois, Illinois Department of Corrections, seeking damages for lost compensation in the amount of $753.67. THE FACTS I. Claimant's Testimony Claimant, Ralph Hrobowksi, appeared and testified that on March 18, 2004, his employer, Mr. Lopac, and his staff, spoke to all of the inmates in the Corrections Industry Unit and were told that they should take any items that did not belong to the Industries Unit with them back to their living units that day because there would be a routine shakedown conducted. 143 The Claimant testified that per Mr. Lopac's request, the Claimant took peanut butter, fish sticks, popcorn and edible items that Mr. Lopac would normally allow them to eat with him back to his living unit. He did not take anything else to his living unit. The next day when the Claimant returned to work, he was approached by Supervisor Ron Smith who stated that during the routine shakedown, a razor was found in the Claimant's work area and that the Claimant would have to be investigated by the Internal Affairs Unit as a routine investigation. Approximately 45 minutes after Supervisor Ron Smith told Claimant about the razor, the Claimant was summoned to Internal Affairs and asked a number of questions regarding the razor which was allegedly found in his work area. The Claimant testified that after answering a couple of questions, Mr. Bach, from the Internal Affairs' Unit, had specifically told him that there was not really an issue because Mr. Lopac and the staff also had access to the area in which the razor was found and that the razor was no longer an issue with Internal Affairs. Claimant then testified that Mr. Bach wanted to talk to Claimant pertaining to an informant in the correctional center. Mr. Bach stated that he had received a letter from an informant saying that Claimant was involved in a fight that occurred in the Honor Dome Living Unit. Claimant was then escorted to segregation and charged with fighting on March 19, 2004. On March 23, 2004, Claimant was found not guilty by the Adjustment Committee with the recommendation that the ticket be expunged and that Claimant be sent back to the living unit and work as per departmental rules. Claimant testified that while two recommendations were honored, one being his return to the Honor Dome and that the disciplinary ticket was expunged, Claimant testified that he did not return to his same job at the Industries Unit. 144 Claimant testified that he attempted to discuss this matter with his former boss, Mr. Lopac and that at that time, Mr. Lopac had stated to him that the issue was out of his hands and that he, Mr. Lopac, had nothing to do with it. Claimant testified that he believed what Mr. Lopac had told to him. Claimant testified that he learned from speaking with the Assistant Warden Chairman that Warden Steams believed it was necessary to suspend Claimant from his job temporarily. Claimant testified that he was extremely devastated from being temporarily suspended as he was not returned back to his same job. According to Claimant, departmental policies state that when an inmate is found not guilty, he should be returned back to his living unit whenever possible and also to his job. On July 14, 2004, Claimant testified that he was reinstated to the Industries Unit by the Warden. After interviewing with Mr. Lopac, Claimant was told that he would be returning to work in Industries as a Porter. Claimant testified that he was "taken back" by this assignment as there was a severe pay reduction in this assignment versus his prior job in the Industries Unit. Claimant testified that Mr. Lopac had stated that the position that Claimant held prior to segregation no longer existed at the time of Claimant's return and as such Claimant would be required to go back to the shop as any other worker or a "rehire". In addition, Mr. Lopac offered another option to Claimant which was to wait for an opening that met Claimant's criteria at a later date. Claimant testified that this option was never given to him as he believed that he was only given an ultimatum to either return as a Porter or be reassigned. Claimant indicated that another inmate was given an option and waited three weeks and then was brought back to his same position prior to his leave of absence. This inmate had requested a leave of absence and was not suspended for any reason. 145 Claimant testified that he then took the Porter position and his salary was severely reduced. He also stated that another inmate was promoted ahead of him, erroneously, and upon his second grievance, Claimant was given back pay of approximately $166.00 to mitigate any damages he received for not being promoted in a timely fashion. Claimant specifically testified that he is only seeking compensation for the time when he returned to the Industries Unit on July 14, 2004 to the February 2005 date in which he then can back to 100% salary. Claimant took into account the $166.00 in restitution for the prior error of not promoting him on a timely basis. Additionally, Claimant also named many inmates who had left the Industries Unit and returned at the same 100% salary. Claimant stated that he determined the exact figure to be $753.67 in damages. Upon cross-­‐examination, Claimant testified that he did not receive his 100% salary for approximately 6 or 7 months, and that Industries made an error in not promoting him sooner than another inmate. Claimant then testified that the policy of starting at a Porter position came into effect in approximately the year 2002. Additionally, Claimant stated that the department rules specifically provide that inmates who are not found guilty of disciplinary infraction may be placed back in their former work position. Claimant then requested that all documents be admitted into evidence. II. Respondent's Testimony Respondent called Mr. Gary Lopac to testify on behalf of the State of Illinois and the Illinois Department of Corrections. Mr. Lopac stated that he was employed by Dixon's Correction's Industries Unit, Dixon Correction Center, and had been the Superintendent of Corrections for approximately 19 plus years. Mr. Lopac stated that his responsibilities included hiring and firing of inmates, supervising inmates and civilian staff and enforcing 146 the rules of the institution and creating policy as needed for the Corrections Industries Department. Mr. Lopac described the Corrections Industries Department as an optical laboratory that makes eyeglasses for the Department of Public Aid. The Unit also helps inmates to earn money while at Dixon and gives them a chance to learn a trade which can be used upon their release from incarceration. Mr. Lopac stated that he usually has approximately 80-­‐90 inmates per month that work in the Industries Unit and has five staff members underneath him. Mr. Lopac testified that an inmate may be assigned to the Industries Unit only based upon certain criteria. Mr. Lopac also stated that they have a rehire policy for inmates that have taken a leave of absence from the Industries Unit. This policy requires that anyone coming back after a leave of absence would be considered a new hire and would start as a Porter in the Industries Unit. Mr. Lopac testified that the reason for this policy is that they have a wait list of approximately 360 inmates to get into the Industries Unit and believe that it was only fair that they start back as a Porter. This policy was implemented in January of 2002 and was a change from the prior policy. Mr. Lopac then testified that he knew Claimant and that Claimant had worked for him for a number of years. Mr. Lopac stated that in March of 2004, Claimant was the clerk in the warehouse and that Claimant would distribute supplies to the other inmates in the Unit. Mr. Lopac stated that Claimant was at that time at 100% pay rate. Mr. Lopac testified that in March of 2004, Claimant was issued a disciplinary ticket for an alleged fighting. Mr. Lopac stated that he did not know any of the facts of the case but learned that the next morning when Claimant was then called out of work and put in segregation for some time. After Claimant's stay in segregation, Claimant then returned back to the Industries Unit. 147 Upon Claimant's return, Mr. Lopac called the Assistant Warden to make sure that Claimant could begin work again. At that time, Mr. Lopac testified that he was told that Claimant should be administratively unassigned until further notice. Mr. Lopac stated that he was given no reason or any specifics pertaining to this directive by the Assistant Warden. Mr. Lopac stated to Claimant that this was his directive from the Assistant Warden and that he could not be reassigned to the Industries Unit until further notified. Mr. Lopac then testified that Claimant came back to the Industries Unit on July 14 and was given a Porter position. He stated that when informing Claimant about the Porter position that Claimant was "taken back" by the Porter position. Claimant stated to Mr. Lopac that he needed time to think about it and that he left his office but returned shortly thereafter and stated that he would come back to the Porter position. Mr. Lopac then stated that about a week later there was a position for the order entry position but that Claimant did apply or bid for the position. Mr. Lopac stated that he was then later promoted to the laboratory on September 7, 2004. Additionally, Mr. Lopac stated that when a rehire comes back to work, there is a written policy that does expedite them to their previous pay rate after starting as a Porter. Additionally, Mr. Lopac stated that department rules 4-­‐2040 states that "when a committed person is found not guilty of a rule violation in accordance with part 54 or an investigation in the case that they did not commit a violation, he may be returned to the assignment that he held before being removed. Factors to be considered are limited liability of the assignment." Mr. Lopac added that it did not say that they have to be taken back where they formerly worked. Mr. Lopac then stated that on prior occasions, people in the Industries did get their job back when the "Industry Unit" issued the ticket and it was unfounded. This incident 148 was the first instance where the inmate had been taken from the Industries Unit employment by the administration. Therefore, Mr. Lopac handled this case as a "rehire" because he had lost his assignment by an outside unit, not the Industries Unit. Mr. Lopac specifically stated that this was the first instance where an inmate had been taken from the Industries Unit by the administration. Mr. Lopac stated that the reason he did not take Claimant back at 100% pay rate was due to the fact that he handled the situation as a rehire. Upon cross-­‐examination, Claimant questioned Mr. Lopac as to the duties Claimant had performed for Mr. Lopac. Claimant then stated that he on a prior occasion, bid for a promotion and on three occasions was not given that promotion. Mr. Lopac stated to Claimant that although a non-­‐production person cannot initially bid on a production status job, if no one bids on the production status job, a promotion even to a non-­‐production inmate is open to anyone in the building and therefore Claimant could have bid on the position that was open. Mr. Lopac then stated to Claimant that on the occasions that Claimant had bid for a promotion, there were other inmates that were more qualified than Claimant. The Commissioner then questioned Mr. Lopac as to their policy procedures. Specifically, the Commissioner questioned Mr. Lopac as to the policy change which occurred after Claimant had returned back to the Industries Unit. Mr. Lopac stated that they had been adhering to the prior policy since 2002 and that it had not been in a written form. The Commissioner then asked Mr. Lopac whether the only reason he was not returned to his 100% pay position was his suspension was outside the Industry Unit and therefore Mr. Lopac treated him as a rehire. Mr. Lopac stated that if a ticket had been 149 written in the Industry Unit and was expunged, the Claimant would have been put back in a 100% position. But because the administration did not give him a reason for his suspension and that the suspension occurred outside of his Unit, he was treated as a rehire and therefore put at a Porter position. Additionally, Mr. Lopac stated that he was not given a directive by the Assistant Warden to put Claimant back in his prior position. Upon further examination by the Assistant Attorney General, Mr. Lopac stated that it was an administrative decision to suspend Claimant and not done by the Industries Unit and no information was given. Therefore, upon their directive to take Claimant back into the Unit, no other directive was given to what job Claimant was to return to in the Unit. Additionally, it was the policy of the Industries Unit to treat Claimant as a rehire. Mr. Lopac did admit that this policy was now in writing after this case. He also added that he believed it was the correct procedure to follow under the circumstances as he was never confronted with this type of case before. Upon further cross-­‐examination, Claimant stated that another case in which an inmate was taken from the Dixon Correctional Institution in error was brought back to the same position and pay scale by a Director from the Administration. Mr. Lopac stated that because Mr. Williams was taken out of the institution in error, the administration requested that he be given his job back as if he never left the institution. In closing, Claimant argued that he wanted to be treated fairly and that he be given an opportunity to have this Court "right a wrong" and to do what is right. Respondent, in closing, stated that in the case at bar, Claimant received a ticket that was expunged but was then told that he could not go immediately back to his job by the administration. It was approximately three months later that Claimant was allowed to go back. Respondent 150 argued that this was a unique situation for Mr. Lopac and that Mr. Lopac did the best that he could with the understanding of the rules and policies that were put in place and therefore no liability upon the correctional institution should be made by this Court. THE LAW The law is well settled that inmates do not have a right to employment in a correctional facility. Pippion v. State (1990) 430 Ct. Cl. 327. In the Pippion case, this Court concluded that Claimant had lost nothing to which he had a right. The Court determined that the Claimant in Pippion was entitled only to the amount of money allocated to unassigned pay which equaled $10.00 a month. In the case at bar, Claimant was issued disciplinary tickets which were later expunged. Shortly after his expungement, Claimant went back to his old unit and requested his previous job. Because the ticket was not issued by the Industry Unit but was issued by an outside authority, Mr. Lopac, the Superintendent of the Industry Unit followed a 2002 unwritten policy which would only allow Claimant to come back into the Unit as a rehire. However, at this time, upon verifying his return to the Unit, Mr. Lopac was told by the Assistant Warden that the administration would not allow Claimant to return back until approximately three months later. At that time, Mr. Lopac again was confronted with how to handle Claimant's return and job position. Mr. Lopac followed the 2002 unwritten policy allowing Claimant back in the unit as a rehire and therefore at a Porter position. Additionally, Mr. Lopac also had advised Claimant that he could wait until a higher-­‐level position was open. Claimant agreed to take the Porter position at that time. In the case at bar, there was no directive by the administration to Mr. Lopac to put Claimant back in his previous position and his position was therefore at the discretion of 151 Mr. Lopac. Moreover, the department rules specifically state that inmates "may be returned to an assignment that he held before being removed". Because the only open position at the time was a Porter position and because Claimant refused to wait until a higher position was available, Mr. Lopac took back Claimant as a rehire and therefore did not violate any departmental rules. Additionally, in Montgomery v. The State of Illinois (1988) 41 Ct. Cl. 190, this Court held that they would not adjudicate the fairness or propriety of administrative regulations applicable to the Department of Corrections and the provisions pertaining to prisoner job assignments. It is clear from the record that Claimant, within 8 months, returned to his 100% level of status pay and was not barred from re-­‐entering the Industry Unit. Because under Illinois case law, a prisoner does not have a right to employment in a correctional facility and that this Court does not adjudicate the fairness of administrative regulations pertaining to job assignment, Claimant, in the instant case, did not lose a job he had a right to have in the first place. Therefore, the case of Pippion, supra, is controlling. Therefore, this claim is denied. 152 (No. 08-­‐CC-­‐1641 – Claim denied) EDGAR MASON, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, Respondent. Opinion filed May 24, 2011 EDGAR MASON, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (LYNN PALMGREN, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Failure to state a claim-­‐ Claimant failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted because the Department of Human Services had authority to collect Claimant’s tax refunds pursuant to the Food Stamp Act and DHS regulations which state if an individual receives an overpayment of food stamps, each adult member of that individual’s household is jointly and severally liable for the overpayment. Failure to exhaust remedies-­‐ Claimant must exhaust all other remedies against all other sources of recovery for injury or damages prior to seeking a final determination of his claim in the Court of Claims. Claimant has the remedy of filing an injured spouse claim with the Internal Revenue Service. Lack of jurisdiction-­‐ The Court of Claims has exclusive and limited jurisdiction over claims against the State of Illinois as set forth in the Court of Claims Act, 705 ILCS 505/1 et seq. Claimant’s alleged claim does not fall under any of the enumerated jurisdictional bases set forth in the Act. ORDER Birnbaum, J. This matter coming before the Court to be heard on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, the Court being fully advised in the premises finds that: On December 6, 2007, Claimant brought the instant case in the Court of Claims against Respondent, State of Illinois, seeking $13,000.00 in damages. Claimant alleges that the Department of Human Services took his tax refunds between 2001 and 2005 because "Kathryn Taylor whom [Claimant and Ms. Taylor] had in the past lived together stated that she had owed some funds to the Department of Human Services." Claimant is seeking recovery of his tax refunds. 153 ANALYSIS A. Claimant Fails to State a Claim. Claimant alleges that the Illinois Department of Human Services ("DHS") erroneously took his tax refunds for a debt he did not incur. However, DHS had authority to collect Claimant and Kathryn Taylor's federal tax refunds for the overpayment of food stamps pursuant to 7 U.S.C. § 2022(b) and 89 Ill. Admin. Code § 165.104(e). Under Section 2022 of the Food Stamp Act, 7 U.S.C. § 2022(a)(4), if an individual receives an overpayment of food stamps, each adult member of that household is jointly and severally liable for the overpayment. In order to collect overpayment of food stamps, a state agency may recover from the federal tax refund of any adult member of that household. 7 U.S.C. § 2022(b)(1)(C); 89 Ill. Admin. Code § 165.104(e). The Respondent has attached to its Motion to Dismiss the affidavit of Rick L. Matchett, Administrative Assistant II for the Bureau of Collections at DHS. According to Mr. Matchett's affidavit, Claimant and Ms. Taylor were living in the same household between 1989 and 1995. During this time, Ms. Taylor received food stamps. As a recipient of food stamps, she was obligated to report household income and any changes in household membership to DHS. Between June 1989 and August 1992, Ms. Taylor received an overpayment of food stamps in the amount of $8,182.00 because she failed to report her income from Robinson Bus Service. Between November 1993 and February 1995, Ms. Taylor received another overpayment of food stamps in the amount of $1,725.00 because she failed to report her income from Robinson Bus Service, her unemployment benefits, and Sibil Mason's no longer residing in the household. 154 In 2001, 2003, 2004, and 2005, Claimant and Ms. Taylor filed joint federal tax returns. To collect on the overpayment of food stamps which Ms. Taylor received between 1989 and 1995, DHS offset Claimant and Ms. Taylor's tax refund by $4,033.25 in February 2001, $480.60 (from a stimulus rebate) in September 2001, $5,532.80 in February 2003, $786.80 in August 2003, $1,399.13 in November 2004, $327.68 in April 2005, and $1,248.66 in June 2005. Pursuant to the Food Stamp Act and DHS Regulations, DHS was entitled to Claimant and Ms. Taylor's tax refunds because both were adult members of a household which received food stamps in excess of the eligible amount. 7 U.S.C. § 2022(a)(4), (b)(1)(C); 89 Ill. Admin. Code § 165.104(e). Claimant has failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted because DHS had authority to collect the subject refunds pursuant to the Food Stamp Act and DHS Regulations. Id. B. Claimant Has Failed to Exhaust All Other Remedies. Claimant has failed to exhaust all other remedies available to him. The Court of Claims Act and Regulations require the Claimant to exhaust all other remedies against all other sources of recovery for injury or damages prior to seeking a final determination of his claim in the Court of Claims. 705 ILCS 505/25; 74 Ill. Admin. Code 790.60. This Court has previously held that it does not "recognize any discretion on the part of claimants to pick and choose whom they wish to sue." Boe v. State, 37 Ill. Ct. Cl. 72 (1984). Claimant has the remedy of filing an injured spouse claim with the Internal Revenue Service available to him. The Respondent has attached to its Motion to Dismiss IRS Form 8379 and Instructions. According to Mr. Matchett's affidavit, in the event a married couple files a joint federal tax return and their refund is offset to pay for one of the spouse's past-­‐
155 due debt, the other spouse may file an injured spouse claim to recover all or part of his or her portion of the tax refund. Claimant filed an injured spouse claim for the offsets occurring in 2001. As a result, he was refunded $4,033.25 for the 2001 tax refund offset and $246.18 for the 2001 stimulus rebate offset. Claimant also filed an injured spouse claim for the February 2003 offset. As a result, he was refunded $311.00 for that offset. The remedy of an injured spouse claim is still available to Claimant for the tax refund offsets occurring in August 2003, November 2004, and April and June 2005. Claimant has failed to comply with the Court of Claims Act and Regulations as he failed to exhaust all other sources of possible recovery. Accordingly, Section 790.90 of the Court of Claims Regulations demands dismissal for failure to comply with the provisions in Section 790.60 of the Court of Claims Regulations requiring exhaustion of remedies. C. The Court of Claims Lacks Jurisdiction over Claimant's Alleged Claim. This Court lacks jurisdiction over Claimant's alleged claim. This Court has exclusive and limited jurisdiction over claims against the State of Illinois as set forth in the Court of Claims Act, 705 ILCS 505/1 et seq. In his Complaint, Claimant fails to reference any section of the Court of Claims Act as a jurisdictional basis of his alleged claim. Claimant's alleged claim does not fall under any of the enumerated jurisdictional bases set forth in 705 ILCS 505/8. Therefore, Claimant's alleged claim is dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. D. The Statute of Limitations Has Expired on Claimant's Alleged Claim. 156 Assuming arguendo that this Court has jurisdiction over Claimant's alleged claim, the only category the alleged claim appears to fall under is Section 505/8(a) of the Court of Claims Act, in which case, the statute of limitations has expired. For a claim under Section 8(a), the statute of limitations is two years from the date the claim accrues. 705 ILCS 505/22(h). Claimant's alleged claim accrued between September 2001 and June 2005 when DHS offset Claimant and Ms. Taylor's tax refunds. Claimant filed this suit with the Court of Claims on December 6, 2007, which was more than two years after his alleged claim accrued. Because the statute of limitations is jurisdictional and Claimant has failed to file in a timely manner, the Court of Claims is unable to enter any award. 750 ILCS 505/22(j); Illinois Bell Telephone Co. v. State, 35 Ill. Ct. Cl. 345 (1981). Therefore, this claim is dismissed because this Court does not have jurisdiction over the alleged claim and, even if it did, Claimant failed to file it within the two years of his cause of action first accruing under 705 ILCS 505/22(h). IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Respondent's Motion be, and the same is, hereby granted, and the claim herein is dismissed, with prejudice. 157 (No. 05-­‐CC-­‐1931 – Claim awarded) MICHELLE DEL VALLE, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Respondent. Opinion filed May 9, 2011 MARTIN A. DOLAN, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JILL K. OTTE, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Elements-­‐ Claimant must establish by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent had a duty to Claimant; the Respondent breached that duty, that Respondent's negligence was the proximate cause of Claimant's injury; and the Claimant suffered actual damages. Contributory negligence-­‐ Claimant failed to demonstrate due caution under the circumstances when she saw the IDOT vehicle turn into the roadway-­‐break and maintained her speed slightly in excess of the posted speed limit and should be charged with 10% contributory negligence. ORDER Jann, J. This matter comes before this court on the complaint of MICHELLE DEL VALLE, Claimant and against STATE OF ILLINOIS, ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTION, Respondent. Claimant alleges she was injured in a traffic accident as a result of negligence of State of Illinois employees. Claimant seeks damages in the amount of $100,000.00. The facts adduced at trial are as follows: FACTS On March 27, 2004 at approximately 1:00 a.m. Claimant, Michelle Del Valle, was working as a patrol officer for the Cook County Sheriff's Police. She had been employed as a patrol officer for approximately 6 months. She began her shift the prior evening at 10:00 p.m. After midnight, Claimant was in her vehicle and responding to a nonemergency call when she entered I-­‐55 at LaGrange Road traveling northbound. The night was foggy. She 158 was familiar with the roadway, as she traveled it several times a week, and she was aware of an approaching break in the median barrier between the north and southbound lanes. Claimant testified that she was traveling in the most interior lane and did not have her emergency lights activated. She first saw the Illinois Department of Transportation (hereinafter IDOT) vehicle at a distance of approximately 100 yards. She witnessed the truck, which had been traveling southbound on I-­‐55, turn into the break in the median barrier on the I-­‐55 roadway and come to a stop facing eastbound. Claimant testified that the truck did not have its emergency lights activated. After she saw the IDOT vehicle stop, she continued on her path at approximately 60 m.p.h. Claimant testified that as she approached the break in the median at a distance of approximately 5-­‐6 car lengths, the truck pulled out in front of her, straight across the I-­‐55 northbound lanes. Claimant started to brake, slammed on her brakes, and turned into the middle lane to avoid striking the IDOT truck. The front of Claimant's vehicle collided with the passenger side of the IDOT vehicle. Claimant's vehicle spun around and ultimately came to rest in the ditch on the east side of I-­‐55. Claimant's airbag had deployed and there were flames coming out of the hood of the car. Claimant was pinned in the car, the door was stuck, and the vehicle was on fire and filling with smoke. Three male bystanders were eventually able to pry open the driver's door, free Claimant and remove her from the vehicle, which exploded soon thereafter. Claimant was transported to Loyola University Hospital where she was treated for burns, abrasions, and a fracture to her right ankle. IDOT employee, Isadore Head, was the driver of the IDOT emergency vehicle involved in the accident with Claimant. Head testified that he had been a professional driver in several capacities for more than 30 years. On the night in question he was 159 traveling southbound on I-­‐55 when he observed a vehicle stranded in the middle of I-­‐55 northbound. Head testified that as an emergency vehicle he was authorized to make a turn in the roadway where U-­‐Turns are prohibited. Head testified that he activated his emergency lights on the roof of the vehicle and turned into the break in the median to reverse his path from south to north. As he initiated the turn he saw two vehicles approaching at a distance from the north. Head stated he did not make a full stop, he slowed down and then made his turn. Head's testimony as to the distance of the approaching vehicles was inconsistent. During the course of his testimony he stated that the vehicles were a mile away, that they were one-­‐half mile away, and that they were a block away. He testified that he was in a rush to assist the stalled vehicle. He stated he didn't know his speed, the distance of the vehicles, or the amount of time that it would take an approaching vehicle to reach him, but that based on his experience, he had sufficient time to complete the turn. Head testified he first turned into the inside lane on northbound I-­‐55 and he observed Claimant's vehicle fast approaching so he moved into the middle lane, but was again followed by Claimant's vehicle so he began to move into the outside lane when Claimant's vehicle struck his truck. Head's truck spun around and came to rest southbound in the northbound lanes. Head righted the direction of his vehicle and called in for emergency assistance. Respondent produced IDOT employee, Robert Dilling. Dilling, a shift commander of emergency traffic control employees. Dilling is also trained as an evidence technician. Dilling photographed the break in the I-­‐55 median, which he described as "turnaround commonly used by state police". The photographs taken by Dilling after the incident 160 indicate the "No U-­‐Turn" had a sign below that further indicated "Except Authorized Vehicles". Claimant produced Cook County Sheriff's Detective Robert Nawrot. Nawrot established himself as a trained and experienced accident reconstructionist. Nawrot arrived at the scene approximately an hour after the accident. The truck had been moved out of the lanes of traffic. Nawrot described the temperature as 40 degrees, overcast and heavy fog. Nawrot testified that on the night of the accident headlights were visible but the foggy conditions diminished the quality of the view and made vehicles appear further away than they actually were. Nawrot photographed the sign at the median break and testified that on the night of the incident there was a sign indicating "No U-­‐Turn" for southbound traffic and no sign indicating an exception for authorized vehicles. He further testified there was no signage at the median break visible to northbound drivers. Nawrot identified photos taken May 9, 2006, more than two years after the incident that showed "No U-­‐Turn" and "Except for Authorized Vehicles" signage visible to both north and southbound drivers. Nawrot testified that in the absence of the "Except for Authorized Vehicles" signage, all vehicles, including emergency vehicles, are prohibited from U-­‐Turns. He further testified that southbound drivers have no expectation of a break in the road or a car making a U-­‐
Turn. Based on his examination of the accident scene and the damage of the vehicles, Nawrot further opined that at the time of impact the IDOT truck was crossing the northbound lanes of traffic in a northeasterly direction and traveling approximately slightly more than 5 m.p.h. The truck had cleared one lane and was between lanes two and 161 three at the time of the collision. Nawrot suggested that Claimant was traveling at approximately the speed limit. LAW To sustain her burden of proof in a negligence claim, Claimant must establish by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent had a duty to Claimant; the Respondent breached that duty, that Respondent's negligence was the proximate cause of Claimant's injury; and the Claimant suffered actual damages. Woodering v State, 49 Ill.Ct.Cl. 31 (1997). Claimant asserts Respondent was negligent through its agent employee, Isadore Head. The law is well established that the principal can be held liable for physical harm to third parties for the employee's failure to exercise reasonable care. Woodering v State, Ill.Ct.Cl. 31,39 (1997). In this case, Claimant first alleges Respondent's breach of duty by failure to comply with the rules of the road. Claimant contends that on the night of the incident the signage indicated No U-­‐Turn, and did not specifically state an exception for emergency vehicles. The Illinois Vehicle Code provides in relevant part as follows: (b) The driver of an authorized emergency vehicle, when responding to an emergency call or when in the pursuit of an actual or suspected violator of the law or when responding to but not upon returning from a fire alarm, may exercise the privileges set forth in this Section, but subject to the conditions herein stated. (c) The driver of an authorized emergency vehicle may: 4. Disregard regulations governing direction of movement or turning in specific directions. (d) The exceptions herein granted to an authorized emergency, other than a police vehicle, shall apply only when the vehicle is making use of either an audible signal when in motion or visual signals meeting the requirements of Section 12-­‐215 of this Act. (e) The foregoing provisions do not relieve the driver of an authorized emergency vehicle from the duty of driving with due regard for the safety of all persons, nor do such provisions protect the driver from the consequences of his reckless disregard for the safety of others. 162 In this case, the testimony was conflicting and inconsistent as to whether an "Except for Authorized Vehicles" sign was posted under the No-­‐U-­‐Turn sign at the break in the median. But even in absence of the sign establishing an exception; the law creates one by allowing the drivers of emergency vehicles when responding to an emergency to disregard regulations governing direction of movement or turning in specific directions. As the driver of an authorized emergency vehicle responding to an emergency, Head was not prohibited from making the U-­‐Turn. However, the statute imposed additional requirements on his special authority. An emergency vehicle driver is also charged with the responsibility of displaying visual signals and the duty of driving with due regard for the safety of all persons. The question for consideration here is whether the IDOT driver exercised due caution for the safety of persons traveling on the roadway. This incident took place on a foggy and artificially lit highway in early morning hours. Cook County Detective and accident reconstructionist, Robert Nawrot, who arrived at the scene an hour after the collision, testified that the conditions distorted the accuracy of the road view, and that vehicles were nearer than they appeared. Clearly, the conditions required drivers to act with extra caution for the safety of travelers on the roadway. IDOT driver Head testified that he was responding to a stranded vehicle, and that he activated his lights before he initiated his U-­‐Turn. He testified that he turned into the break in the roadway, paused, and based on his experience, determined that the approaching vehicles were at a safe distance, and made his turn. When he pulled into the northbound roadway, he saw the Claimant's vehicle maneuvering around and advancing on the other approaching vehicles. Head moved across the lanes of traffic to avoid Claimant's vehicle but failed to avoid the resulting collision. The fact that he was operating an emergency 163 vehicle, that he was responding to a stalled vehicle and that his emergency lights were activated, doesn't relieve his obligation to proceed with due caution. The evidence indicates that when Head turned into the northbound lanes of I-­‐55, he failed to fully consider the diminished visibility caused by the dark, foggy conditions and he underestimated the distance and speed of the approaching vehicles. His poor judgment was clearly a proximate cause of the collision. Respondent contends, however, that Claimant's actions were contributorily negligent. Claimant testified, and accident reconstructionist Robert Nawrot confirmed by his testimony, that Claimant was traveling at approximately 60 m.p.h. in a 55 m.p.h. zone. Claimant's argument that she had no expectation of a turning vehicle at the median break, is contrary to the facts. Claimant acknowledged that she was familiar with the roadway and aware of the interruption in the road barrier. She also testified that she initially saw Head's vehicle in the roadway break from a 100-­‐yard distance. Claimant testified that she could see the vehicle well enough to know that its emergency lights were not activated, and that she expected the vehicle to remain stopped. Claimant was aware of the break in the median, she saw the vehicle turn in, she was aware of the foggy conditions, yet she maintained her speed slightly in excess of the posted limit. Claimant failed to demonstrate due caution under the circumstances and should be charged with 10% contributory negligence. DAMAGES Just prior to the accident Claimant knew her vehicle was going to strike the IDOT vehicle. She braced herself, the airbag deployed and dazed her. After the collision, the car came to rest at the side of the road. The steering wheel and dash board collapsed on 164 Claimant's knees, her legs were pinned and she could not get out of the car. Claimant's vehicle began filling with smoke and was making a crackling sound. It was a dramatic incident scene as independent bystanders came to Claimant's aid and attempted to remove her from the vehicle. They pulled on the door until the exterior portion was removed but the inside plastic material remained intact. One of the rescuers kicked the plastic until it was removed. They were attempting to pull her from the wreckage while the engine was sparking, crackling and the vehicle was filling with smoke. Claimant was screaming and pleading that they wouldn't leave her. As the flames accelerated she was eventually pulled from the car and carried to a safe distance. The car blew up almost immediately after she was evacuated. Claimant was transported to Loyola University Hospital by ambulance. She was treated for abrasions and burns, she was bruised and her right ankle was fractured. She was released from the hospital the next day. Claimant complained of full body pain following the accident which she medicated with pain killers. Claimant treated with an orthopedic surgeon who cast the broken ankle. Claimant treated with physical therapy for 10 months. She was off work and returned to light duty after 3 months. On an occasion where she was asked to move a squad car, she was overcome emotionally recalling the incident, and suffered a panic attack. Claimant also treated with psychiatrist Dr. Manoff for three years. Dr. Manoff diagnosed Claimant with post traumatic stress disorder and major depression resulting from the subject accident. Claimant's symptoms included significant weight loss, insomnia, low energy, irritability and anxiety attacks. Dr. Manoff testified that Claimant's prognosis for recovery was fair and contingent upon continued treatment. 165 Claimant's medical expenses totaled $14,522.95 as follows: $7,384.95 for orthopedic treatment; $4,220.00 for psychiatric treatment; and $2,918.00 for physical therapy. The medical expenses were all necessary and reasonable. Considering the expenses, Claimant's pain and suffering, and continuing psychiatric care the total award for damages shall be $55,000.00 reduced by 10% for contributory negligence for a final award of $49,500.00.
166 (No. 04-­‐CC-­‐3020 – Claim awarded) VALERIE JACKSON and MAEDEAN CHANDLER, Claimants, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Respondent. Opinion filed April 26, 2011 RICHARD C. BALIND, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MARTIN BURZAWA, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐ Claimant has the burden to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the Respondent was negligent and that the Respondent’s negligence was a proximate cause of Claimant’s damage. Highways-­‐Collision with snowplow-­‐ Claimant’s testimony, as well as the damage to the vehicles, evidence that Respondent merged into Claimant’s lane before it was safe for him to do so making him liable for the vehicle collision. Physician testimony-­‐ Factors to consider when determining whether a physician may testify at trial regarding his opinion concerning the permanency of a patient’s injuries include: recency of an examination, how long the patient treated with the doctor and whether surgery was involved in the course of treatment. The time lapse between the chiropractor’s treatment and trial testimony in this case is significantly longer than any case law on record-­‐six years. His opinions rendered at trial were more likely conjecture and less likely based on fact. Contributory negligence-­‐ Claimant failed to yield properly to avoid the collision in that she did not attempt to break when she noticed Respondent’s vehicle ahead of hers. Claimant was found to be 10% negligent and her award was reduced accordingly. Lack of jurisdiction over individuals-­‐ The Court of Claims Act specifically provides that the Court is authorized to adjudicate all claims against the State in cases sounding in tort. The State of Illinois is the only proper defendant; the Court does not have jurisdiction over individuals. OPINION AND ORDER Storino, J. This claim is before the court upon a recommendation from the assigned commissioner following an evidentiary hearing. Claimants assert that on April 7, 2003, an Illinois Department of Transportation ("IDOT") employee caused a vehicular collision on I-­‐
167 290, which subsequently caused both Claimants to suffer personal injuries. The following witnesses and evidence were presented at trial: FACTS Valerie Jackson Claimant Valerie Jackson testified that she was the owner and driver of a 1997 Grand Am which was involved in a collision with an IDOT snow plow on April 7, 2003. Ms. Jackson testified that the collision occurred on I-­‐290, which runs eastbound and westbound with four lanes in each direction. The collision occurred near Wolf Road where the four westbound lanes of the expressway diverge so that the two left lanes become I-­‐88 and the two right lanes become I-­‐290. Ms. Jackson testified that on April 7, 2003, at approximately 3:15 a.m., she was traveling westbound in the far right lane of I-­‐290 just before the split with I-­‐88. She claims it was snowing and the streets were wet but that traffic was very light because of the early hour. Ms. Jackson estimated that she was traveling at about 45 miles per hour before the collision took place. She further testified that she was traveling in the far right lane when she saw a snow plow truck to her left, which was also traveling westbound. She stated that the snow plow was two lanes left of her vehicle headed for I-­‐88, but as both vehicles approached the split, she noticed the snow plow merge to the right into the lane next to her. Ms. Jackson testified that when the snow plow had reached the lane next to her, it was only a few feet ahead of her. Claimant testified that when she noticed the snow plow merge into the lane next to her, she took her foot off of the accelerator to slow down, but she claims he continued to merge into her lane, and struck her vehicle. Ms. Jackson 168 testified that upon impact her vehicle was pushed to the right and bounced off of the retaining wall before it came to a stop on the right shoulder of the expressway. Ms. Jackson further testified that immediately after the collision she felt pain in her back, neck, stomach and head. An ambulance was called and Ms. Jackson was transported to Loyola Hospital for treatment. At Loyola Ms. Jackson underwent x-­‐rays, which were ruled negative for bone injuries. She was given Ibuprofen for her pain and released to her home later that day. Two days later, on April 9, 2003, Ms. Jackson went to see Dr. Maloney, a chiropractor for medical treatment. As a result of the symptoms she experienced when she saw Dr. Maloney, he ordered her off of work for one month. Due to her time off from work, Ms. Jackson seeks $4,900 in wage loss. She further seeks $4,652.80 for her medical bills. Ms. Jackson seeks $20,000 in pain and suffering for her headaches which she alleges continue into the present day, and also seeks $10,000 for a loss of normal life. Claimant Maedean Chandler Claimant Maedean Chandler was a passenger in the front seat of Ms. Jackson's vehicle on April 7, 2003, at the time of the collision. Ms. Chandler testified that on April 7, 2003, they were traveling in the far right lane of I-­‐290, headed westbound at about 3:15 a.m. She estimated that they were traveling at about 45 miles per hour. She further testified that she noticed the snow plow truck ahead of their vehicle, and a few lanes over to their left. She claimed that the truck began to move to the right until it was in the lane next to theirs. She claimed that she began screaming when she realized that the snow plow truck was merging into their lane, and then it struck them. She further testified that as a result of the collision their car was pushed to the right and hit the retaining wall. 169 On cross examination, Ms. Chandler testified that she did not notice the snow plow truck until it was in the lane right next to theirs. She claims he was slightly ahead of them, almost to their side and it seemed like he was coming over into their lane, so she started screaming because she claims it didn't seem like he saw their vehicle. Ms. Chandler testified that immediately after the collision she felt pain in her head, neck, back and shoulder. She was transported via ambulance from the scene of the collision to Loyola Hospital where they gave her Tylenol for her pain and took x-­‐rays of her shoulder, neck, and lower back. Her x-­‐rays were negative, she did not suffer any fractures, and she was released later that day from the hospital. Ms. Chandler further testified that she went to see her chiropractor, Dr. Minnis, in the days following the collision because she was still experiencing pain. Dr. Minnis was Ms. Chandler's chiropractor for a pre-­‐existing back injury she suffered in 1994. Ms. Chandler testified that Dr. Minnis referred her to see a physician, Dr. Ansari, at their initial visit. Dr. Ansari determined that Ms. Chandler needed an MRI and administered Ms. Chandler a cortisone injection in her lower back. Ms. Chandler completed 25-­‐30 sessions of physical therapy with Dr. Minnis and completed her treatment with him in September 2003. She claims that at the end of her treatment her neck pain had resolved, but she was still feeling lower back pain and shoulder pain. Ms. Chandler testified that she then sought a second opinion from Dr. Sheehan at Trinity Orthopedics, who determined that she suffered a shoulder strain. Dr. Sheehan prescribed more physical therapy for Ms. Chandler. Ms. Chandler testified that she still experiences back pain today, and cannot drive long distances because it is too painful. Ms. Chandler testified that she was off from work for about two or three months following the collision. As a result of her time off from work Ms. Chandler seeks a wage 170 loss reward of $4,500. She further seeks $5,463.50 for her medical bills, which were admitted into evidence. Ms. Chandler seeks $19,000 for the pain and suffering due to her lower back pain, which continues to present day, and also seeks $8,500 for loss of a normal life. Respondent Bobby Hert Respondent Bobby Hert is an employee with the Illinois Department of Transportation. He was the driver of the snow plow truck involved in the collision on April 7, 2003. Respondent Hert testified that he was a full time IDOT employee in April 2003. He further testified that it was snowing the morning of April 7, 2003. His route on the morning of April 7, 2003, was on I-­‐290. Respondent Hert testified that he would enter I-­‐
290 at Mannheim Road and proceed westbound to the split of I-­‐290 and I-­‐88, he would remain on I-­‐290 and head north to North Avenue and then turn around and complete a loop. Respondent Hert testified that it was IDOT policy to completely plow one lane of traffic at a time, and that he was plowing the second lane from the right at the time of the collision with Claimant Jackson's vehicle. He further testified that he was traveling in the second lane from the right and had no intention of changing lanes. Respondent Hert testified that he noticed the Claimant's vehicle about seven (7) car lengths behind him in the far right lane prior to the collision. He states that he saw Claimant Jackson's vehicle in his side mirror. Mr. Hert estimated that he was traveling at about 30 to 33 miles per hour prior to the collision. Mr. Hert testified that Claimant's vehicle came up on his right side and hit the right lower side of the snow plow. Mr. Hert testified that he felt the impact and saw the plow blade jiggle off from the impact, but that he did not hear the impact because 171 his windows were rolled up. After impact, Mr. Hert pulled to the left shoulder and called the IDOT control center to report the accident. While at trial, Respondent Hert testified that he saw Claimant's vehicle in his side view mirror, in the right lane, about seven car lengths behind his vehicle. However, he was impeached with his prior discovery deposition in which Mr. Hert testified that he did not see Claimant's vehicle before the collision and that he did not know what lane she was traveling in before the collision. Mr. Hert also testified at trial that he felt the impact, but that he did not hear the collision because his windows were rolled up. However, in his discovery deposition Mr. Hert testified that the first thing that let him know a collision occurred was that he heard the impact. He further testified at that deposition that he did not feel the impact because his truck was so big. Finally, although Mr. Hert testified originally that the snow plow was struck by Claimant's vehicle as she was traveling in the far right lane, he testified at his evidence deposition that Claimant struck his driver's side step, leading the driver into the truck in the collision. Dr. Patrick Maloney Dr. Maloney, a chiropractor, testified that he treated Claimant Jackson on April 9, 2003, for injuries she sustained in a motor vehicle accident on April 7, 2003. According to the medical records of that visit, Ms. Jackson complained of headaches, neck pain, sleeping problems, back pain, nervousness, tension, irritability, chest pain, dizziness, and she complained of pain in the right shoulder. After examination, Dr. Maloney rendered Ms. Jackson a diagnosis of cephalgia, cervical sprain/strain in the neck region, thoracic sprain/strain in the rib region and lumbar sprain/strain. At trial, Dr. Maloney opined that the medical problems that Ms. Jackson had were pre-­‐existing, yet were aggravated by this 172 trauma. He causally related her injuries to the April 7, 2003 incident. Further, Dr. Maloney testified that her complaints of pain were consistent with her injuries. Dr. Maloney testified that Ms. Jackson's head, neck and back injuries were the type that would prevent her from working for approximately one month. Ms. Jackson participated in approximately 27 sessions of physical therapy and was able to return to work after approximately one month. Her last visit with Dr. Maloney was July 15, 2003, and at that time she noted intermittent headaches and less intense pain. LEGAL ANALYSIS In a negligence action, the Claimant has the burden to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the Respondent was negligent and that this Respondent's negligence was a proximate cause of Claimant's damage. Jacobs v. State, 49 Ill. Ct.Cl. 16 (1997). The evidence in this case demonstrates that Respondent merged his vehicle into Claimants' lane and struck Claimants' vehicle. Regarding driving on roadways laned for traffic, Section 11-­‐709(a) of the Illinois Vehicle Code requires the following: A vehicle shall be driven as nearly as practicable entirely within a single lane and shall not be moved from such lane until the driver has first ascertained that such movement can be made with safety. (Illinois Vehicle Code, 625 ILCS 5/11-­‐
709(a)). Respondent Hert established through his testimony that at the time of this collision he was performing his duties as an Illinois Department of Transportation snow plow driver. As such, he was acting as an agent for the State of Illinois at the time the collision occurred. Mr. Hert testified that he was traveling westbound in the second lane from the left and that Claimant Jackson hit his snow plow with her vehicle when she attempted to pass him on the right hand side. However, on cross examination Mr. Hert's credibility was called into question. Lapses in his memory from his discovery deposition revealed 173 inconsistencies about his perception of the collision with Claimant on April 7, 2003. Mr. Hert testified that he saw Claimant's vehicle on his right side about seven car lengths behind him and that Claimant hit his plow as she tried to pass him on the right. He also claimed that he knew their vehicles had collided when he felt the collision, but that he did not hear it. However, one year after the incident, at his discovery deposition, Mr. Hert's recollection was completely different. He could not remember which lane the Claimant was traveling in, and said that he did not see her vehicle before he heard the impact. Also, he believed the impact occurred on the driver's side of his vehicle, causing damage to the step that leads into the carriage of his truck. At trial, he acknowledged that the damage caused by the collision with Claimant's vehicle in this case was to the right side of his snow plow rather than the left side of his truck. Due to Mr. Hert's inconsistent testimony, his credibility as to how the collision occurred is unreliable. Both Claimants' testimony, as well as the damage to the vehicles evidences that Respondent Hert merged into Claimants' lane before it was safe for him to do so. Thus, Claimants have proven by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent was liable for the vehicle collision. At trial, Respondent objected to Dr. Maloney's testimony that the trauma Claimant Jackson sustained in the April 7, 2003, incident is causally related to her current complaint of migraines. Respondent cites Illinois case law for the proposition that absent a recent medical examination, a physician may not testify at trial regarding his opinion concerning the permanency of a patient's injuries. Soto v. Gaytan, 313 Ill.App.3d 137, 728 N.E.2d 1126 (2nd Dist. 2000); Knight v. Lord, 27 Ill.App.3d 581, 648 N.E.2d 617 (4th Dist. 1995). While some circuits suggest Illinois law prevents a physician from testifying at trial unless it is based on a recent examination, others consider the recency of the examination as one 174 factor, among others, for the trier of fact to consider. Soto, 313 Ill.App. 35 at 142; Knight, 313 Ill.App.3d at 620. Other factors to consider include how long the patient treated with the doctor and whether surgery was involved in the course of treatment. Courtney v. Allied Filler Engineering., Inc. 181 Ill.App.3d 222, 231, 536 N.E.2d 952. At trial Dr. Maloney testified that Claimant, Valerie Jackson, saw him on April 9, 2003, for injuries she sustained in the motor vehicle accident two days prior. He testified that he diagnosed her with back sprain/strain, neck sprain/strain, and headaches. Dr. Maloney also testified that Ms. Jackson's last appointment with him was July 15, 2003, and that at that time her injuries had resolved other than intermittent headaches. However, the time lapse between Dr. Maloney's treatment and trial testimony in this case is significantly longer than any of the case law where admissibility of a doctor's opinion is at issue. Here, Dr. Maloney last treated Ms. Jackson on July 15, 2003, and he testified regarding her injuries on October 16, 2009, over six years later. Hence, the opinions he rendered at trial regarding the permanency of her headaches were more likely conjecture and less likely based on fact. Thus, Claimant can only be awarded damages for the disability, pain and suffering she endured from the date of the incident until July 15, 2003, her final day of treatment. Claimants must prove their damages by a preponderance of the evidence. Williams-­‐
El v. State, 52 Ill.Ct.Cl. 11, 16 (1999). The medical bills submitted to the court, which were stipulated by both parties suggest Ms. Jackson's medical treatment was reasonable and necessary for the injuries she sustained following the motor vehicle collision. Both parties stipulated that the medical bills for Ms. Jackson, including her ambulance, emergency room and medical treatment following the incident, were fair and reasonable amounts. Ms. 175 Jackson's medical bills totaled $4,652.80. Ms. Jackson also submitted evidence of a wage loss claim of $4,900 accounting for the time she had to take off of work to recover from her injuries. Although Ms. Jackson seeks $20,000 for her continued pain and suffering and $10,000 for the loss of a normal life, she failed to meet the burden of proof for these claims due to the long period of time that has elapsed since Dr. Maloney last treated Ms. Jackson. Ms. Jackson is entitled to receive damages of $3,000 for the pain and suffering she endured while treating with Dr. Maloney for those four months. Thus Ms. Jackson's total award is $12,552.80. This case also warrants consideration of the Claimant-­‐driver's actions in addition to Respondent's actions. Claimant's recovery will be reduced proportionally to the claimant's degree of fault in causing the damage. Guffey v. State, 40 Ill.Ct.Cl. 179 (1984). Under Illinois law, "[s]peed must be decreased as may be necessary to avoid colliding with any person or vehicle on or entering the highway in compliance with legal requirements and the duty of all persons to use due care." (625 ILCS 5/11-­‐601). Drivers must use every reasonable precaution to avoid a collision with an automobile. Katzenberger v. State, 43 Ill.Ct.Cl. 218 (1991). Furthermore, Ms. Jackson had a duty to yield to an authorized vehicle displaying amber lights. (625 ILCS 5/12-­‐215). In this case, both Respondent Hert and Claimant Jackson testified that Mr. Hert's lights were displayed at the time of the incident. Ms. Jackson testified that when she saw Respondent's vehicle merge into the lane next to hers, that she took her foot off of the accelerator and held the wheel tight because she realized he was about to merge into her lane. Ms. Jackson failed to yield properly in that she did not attempt to depress her vehicle's breaks when she noticed Respondent's vehicle ahead of 176 hers. Thus, Ms. Jackson was 10% negligent and her award of $12,552.80 will be reduced by 10%. Accordingly she is awarded $11,297.52. Both parties stipulated that the medical bills for Ms. Chandler, including her ambulance, emergency room and medical treatment following the incident, were fair and reasonable amounts. However, Ms. Chandler's complaints of continued disability and pain and suffering are unsubstantiated by any medical opinions. As such, she has failed to sustain her burden of proof to establish that her medical condition is permanent. Ms. Chandler's medical bills totaled $5,463.50. Ms. Chandler also submitted evidence of a wage loss claim of $4,500 accounting for the time she had to take off of work to recover from her injuries. Although Ms. Chandler seeks $19,000 for her continued pain and suffering and $8,500 for the loss of a normal life, she failed to meet the burden of proof for these claims because she had no medical testimony to establish that the collision caused her injuries, in particular her back injury which she claims continues to impair her lifestyle. Ms. Chandler is entitled to receive damages of $4,500 for the pain and suffering she endured while treating for six months. Thus Ms. Chandler's total award is $14,463.50. The awards established by this Order are attributable to Respondent Illinois Department of Transportation only. Claimant's complaint also sues Respondent Hert individually, and as an agent for the State. However, this Court lacks the authority to pass judgment on the Respondent Hert individually. Section 8(d) of the Court of Claims Act specifically provides that this Court is authorized to adjudicate all claims against the State in cases sounding in tort. 705 ILCS 505/8. This language indicates that only the State of Illinois is a proper party defendant. Neitzke v. State, 42 Ill. Ct. Cl. 206 (1989). Accordingly, the Court of Claims only has jurisdiction over claims against the State or a State agency. It 177 does not have jurisdiction over individuals. Brustin v. State, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 336 (1998); Neitzke v. State, 42 Ill. Ct. Cl. 206 (1989); McGahee v. State, 33 Ill. Ct. Cl. 304 (1980). As such, Respondent Hert, named individually, is dismissed from this action and the awards afforded to Claimants are attributable to the Respondent State of Illinois Department of Transportation. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Claimant Jackson be awarded $11,297.52 and Claimant Chandler be awarded $14,463.50.
178 (No. 02-­‐CC-­‐2854 – Claim denied) JAMES GALDIKAS, ET AL., Claimants, v. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES, STUART FAGAN, PAULA WOLFF, HARRY KLEIN, WILLIAM MCGEE, KRISTI DELAURENTIS, LORINES SAMUELS, KATHLEEN FIELD ORR, JACJ BEAUPRE, BRUCE FRIEFELD, JOAN PORCHE, WANDA BRACY, AMI WANG, CECILIA ROKUSEK, PAUL KEYS, TOBIN BAROZZO, HARRIET MEEK, KAREN SOBIERAJ, KITTY CUNNINGHAM AND JESSE MCDONALD, in their official and individual capacities, Respondent. Opinion filed April 20, 2011 PAULETTE A. PETRETTI, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JACQUELINE K. WILLIAMS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Practice and procedure-­‐Motion to correct/amend-­‐ Illinois Courts and Rules of Practice favor liberal amendment pleadings which do not present material issues of surprise or prejudice to an adverse party. Breach of implied contract-­‐University accreditation-­‐Denied-­‐ Claimants were aware when applying for the GSU Master of Social Work Program that it was not accredited. Claimants' alleged reliance on predictions, promises and representations of future events, as distinguished from existing facts, are not actionable. ORDER Jann, J. THIS CAUSE is before the Court on respondent's Motion to Dismiss Claimants' six count Amended Complaint with 10 Exhibits attached thereto, Claimants' Motion to Correct/Amend/Supplement Exhibits to Amended Complaint, Claimants' Response to Motion to Dismiss; and Respondent's Reply to Claimants' Response to Motion to Dismiss. There is no response to the Motion to Correct Exhibits of Record. 133 This cause is stated as arising from breach of an implied contract, and express contract now argued, and other personal claims by Claimants alleged to have been a result of acts, statements, negligence, fraud in the inducement, and certain willful and wanton acts or omissions arising from Claimants' enrollment in a Master's of Social Work Program which was not accredited at Governor's State University. I. Motion to Correct/Amend. Claimants' Motion to Amend styled "Motion to Correct" and actually, per paragraphs 3-­‐12 is a plea to amend or supplement documents Claimants assert were produced in discovery in this claim in a prior Federal claim arising from the same underlying events or alleged breaches at issue in the actions considered under the Amended Complaint herein. We agree, and Respondent filed no objection, that Illinois courts and Rules of Practice favor liberal amendment of pleadings which do not present material issues of surprise or prejudice to an adverse party as cited in Claimants' Motion at paragraphs 5, (Clerical Error) and 11, (Liberal Amendment) of his Motion. We find no reason to deny the Motion, and have fully considered the Exhibits as amended/supplemented but for the copy of a letter referenced in paragraph 12 of the Motion to Correct which is not alleged to be determinative per paragraph 15 of his Motion to Correct, and affirmatively states the substantive information in the now corrected Exhibits 1 and 8 are already included in the Amended Complaint and per paragraph 14 of the Motion to Correct, known to Respondent. Claimants' Motion is granted. 134 II. Motion to Dismiss. The Response to Motion to Dismiss by Claimants argues Angles v. State (1983) 37 Ill.Ct.Cl. 134 is helpful to Claimants' claims herein. We disagree, as does Respondent. Angles, id. is inapposite in these purported contract claims. Claimants also argue inducement, ambiguity, an express contract, negligent hiring and various other legal issues not fully pleaded in their Complaint, or Amended Complaint now considered. Claimants' Exhibit A at page 2 reads as follows in pertinent part: Objective 7 -­‐ to diversify the social services workforce to better serve the increasing numbers of racial, ethnic and cultural minorities served by these agencies. The GSU Master of Social Work Program will be comparable to the programs at other universities in meeting the basic requirements in these five areas. However, the GSU program will vary from the others in ways which are increasingly responsive to student demand: • New approaches to concentrations • Responsiveness to the needs of human service systems • Programs integrated throughout the university • Designed for the part-­‐time student While the curricula contain the required components of traditional accredited M.S.W. programs, the emphasis on service to vulnerable populations through public support interdisciplinary teamwork, service integration, cultural competency, the relationships between organization and practice and data based management and program design are far more pervasive and integrated than in traditional programs which have added these concerns to established curricula. Thus, the content of specific courses and approaches to instruction differ substantially from traditional M.S.W. curricula in the following ways: • Course content will be refined with an outside advisory group • Interdisciplinary teamwork is incorporated throughout 135 Research and evaluation courses focus on "real world" skills • Concentrations are designed for the human service system. Respondent's argument is that Claimants knew when they applied for this •
newly created program that it was not accredited, and sought admission and received instruction with that knowledge. All claims made by Claimants directly arise from Respondent's failure to gain accredited status for the new Masters of Social Work program, and Claimants alleged reliance on "predictions, promises and representations of future events, as distinguished from existing facts" which are not actionable per Rubidoux and Sasak v. Northeastern University, et. al. (1998), 51 Ill.Ct.Cl. 275. Claimants seek to distinguish Rubidoux in its Response as the case was regarding future rental receipts on a contract with student renters. We have fully considered the arguments and citations of both parties in making our decision. Ultimately, it is inescapable fact that Respondent's program was not accredited and Claimants knew this to be true when they enrolled. The record also indicated Respondent could not promise certification or accredited status by a third party, as argued herein. Wherefore, Respondent's Motion to Dismiss is hereby GRANTED. 136 (No. 10-­‐CC-­‐1214 – Claim denied) ENCOMPASS INSURANCE, as subrogee of JOHN HEALY, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent. Opinion filed April 14, 2011 BRUCE K. SHAPIRO, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MICHAEL BANKHEAD, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Exhaustion of remedies-­‐Voluntary dismissal in Circuit Court-­‐denied-­‐ Claimant must exhaust all other remedies, whether administrative, legal, or equitable, before seeking determination of a claim by the Court of Claims, and the Claimant, by voluntarily dismissing his Circuit Court action against the Village of Lombard, failed to exhaust his remedies. ORDER Birnbaum, J. This matter having come before the Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss and with the Court being fully advised in the premises; it is hereby ordered: That on or about October 28, 2008, Claimant filed a complaint in the Illinois Court of Claims seeking compensation for property damage caused by a fallen tree. Claimant's complaint fails to provide a date when the tree allegedly fell and damaged Claimant's property. On or about June 3, 2010, Claimant filed an amended complaint in this Court seeking $1,691.00 in damages. The subject tree allegedly fell in the southbound lane of Meyers Road approximately at the intersection with East Morris Avenue in Lombard, Illinois. Subsequently, Claimant brought suit against the Village of Lombard in the Circuit Court of DuPage County; Encompass Insurance Company v. Village of Lombard case number 2009 SC 005613. However, Claimant voluntarily dismissed his claims 137 against the Village of Lombard on September 8, 2009. Additionally, on February 4, 2010, the matter of Encompass v. the Village of Lombard was dismissed for want of prosecution in the DuPage County Circuit Court. Two years have passed since the accident and the statute of limitations has expired: Claimant can no longer exhaust its remedies against the Village of Lombard. In the case of Hughes and Ocasek as Administrator of the Estate of Donna Scalflni v. The State of Illinois, 49 Ill.Ct.Cl. 56, (1997), this Court stated "Section 25 of the Court of Claims Act requires Claimants to exhaust all other remedies, whether administrative, legal, or equitable, before seeking determination of a claim by the Court of Claims, and the Claimants, by voluntarily dismissing their circuit court action for negligent maintenance of a roadway against a municipality, failed to exhaust their remedies." Here Claimant voluntarily dismissed his claims against the Village of Lombard. Therefore, Claimant has failed to exhaust all of his remedies. This Court has previously held that it does not "seem to recognize any discretion on the part of Claimants to pick and choose whom they wish to sue." Boe v. State, 37 Ill.Ct.Cl. 72 (1984). In Boe, this Court quoted the holding from Lyons v. State, 34 Ill.Ct.Cl. 268, 271-­‐72 (1981) stating: The requirement that Claimant exhaust all available remedies prior to seeking a determination in this Court is clear and definite in its terms. It is apparent to the Court that Claimant had sufficient time to both become aware of his other remedies and to pursue them accordingly. The fact that Claimant can no longer pursue those remedies cannot be a defense to the exhaustion requirement. If the Court were to waive the exhaustion of remedies requirement merely because Claimant waited until it was too late to avail himself of the other remedies, the requirement would be 138 transformed into an option, to be accepted or ignored according to the whim of all claimants. We believe that the language of Section 25 of the Court of Claims Act (Ill. Rev: Stat. 1979, ch 37, par. 439.24-­‐5) and Rule 6 of the Rules of the Court of Claims quite clearly makes the exhaustion of remedies mandatory rather than optional. Moreover, Section 790.90 of the Court of Claims Rules demands dismissal if there is not compliance with the provisions in Section 790.60 requiring exhaustion of remedies. 74 Ill.Adm. Code 790.90. The Claimant has not complied with Court of Claims Regulation Section 790.60 and Court of Claims Act Section 505/25. 74 Ill. Adm. Code 790.60 and 705 ILCS 505/25. Based upon the foregoing, it is hereby ordered Respondent's Motion to Dismiss is granted and the case dismissed in its entirety with prejudice. 139 (No. 10-­‐CC-­‐2481 – Claim denied) KATHRYN CARRUBA, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent. Opinion filed April 14, 2011 KATHRYN CARRUBA, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MELISSA SHWOERER, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Exhaustion of remedies-­‐Must exhaust appeals-­‐denied-­‐ Claimant must exhaust all administrative, legal, or equitable remedies prior to filing suit in the Court of Claims. Claimant was required to exhaust appeals available within DCFS. She submitted a claim through the Foster Parent Reimbursement Program but failed to comply with the guidelines established for reimbursement or to follow through with the claim. Statute of limitations-­‐Personal property-­‐ Claims involving personal property must be filed within two years after the claim first accrues. Claimant's Complaint alleged her property damage occurred in 2004. Her complaint was filed more than five years after the damage to the property. The claim is barred by the two year statute of limitations. ORDER Burns, J. This case coming before this Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, and this Court being fully advised in the premises: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: Respondent's Motion to Dismiss is granted and Claimant's Complaint is dismissed for the following reasons: 1) Claimant has failed to exhaust all available legal, equitable, and administrative remedies prior to the filing of this suit; and 2) this claim is time-­‐barred by the two-­‐year statute of limitations as required under 705 ILCS 505/22(h). The Claimant in this matter, Kathryn Carruba, was a foster parent of a minor child when the Claimant alleges that the child caused her home and garage to be damaged in the amount of $7,900.00. The Claimant alleges that on Sunday, 140 November 28, 2004 a foster child that was in her care was verbally inappropriate to her grandson and to herself and then caused damage to her property. The Complainant alleged that the foster child said racist remarks to the Claimant's bi-­‐
racial grandson. The foster child allegedly continued with this behavior until it escalated into a fist fight between the Claimant's 12-­‐year old grandson and the foster child. The Claimant broke up the altercation. However, during the altercation, the foster child began kicking and punching holes in the Claimant's wall. The foster child also broke a window light and threw several items around his room and down the stairs. The Claimant called a Lutheran Social Services of Illinois ("LSSI") On-­‐Call worker to report the problem. After the incident, the foster child eventually went to sleep as told to by the Claimant. In an attempt to recover the costs of the repairs, the Claimant filed an insurance claim, as well as a claim with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services ("DCFS"). However, both claims were denied. The Claimant's insurance coverage did not cover the type of damage alleged, and DCFS informed the Claimant that she needed to properly proceed with her claim by providing all necessary documents. The Claimant failed to comply with DCFS' requirement and, therefore, they closed their case file on the incident. As a result of the aforementioned denials, Claimant now seeks reimbursement from the State in the amount of $7,900.00 for the damages alleged. The Respondent has filed a Motion to Dismiss alleging 1) that Claimant failed to 141 exhaust administrative remedies as required by law; and 2) that Claimant failed to file her claim before the expiration of the applicable statute of limitations. It is well-­‐settled that a claimant must exhaust all administrative, legal, or equitable remedies prior to filing suit in the Court of Claims. 705 ILCS 505/25. The Court has stated that "[t]he requirement that Claimant exhaust all available remedies prior to seeking a determination in this Court is clear and definite in its terms. ... We believe that the language of section [505/25] of the Court of Claims Act [citation omitted] and [Section 790.60] of the Rules of the Court of Claims quite clearly makes the exhaustion of remedies mandatory rather than optional." Lyons v. State, 34 Ill. Ct. Cl. 268, 271-­‐272 (1981). The Court of Claims has held that claimants must exhaust all administrative remedies, including appeals available within DCFS in order to meet the burden of exhausting all administrative remedies before seeking relief in the Court of Claims. See Gaston v. State, 51 Ill. Ct. Cl. 221, 224 (1998) (Claim dismissed because Claimant failed to appeal DCFS decision; failed to exhaust all administrative remedies available). In the case at hand, DCFS has a reimbursement program to compensate for damage caused to foster homes by foster children. This is known as the Foster Parent Reimbursement Program. The Claimant submitted a claim pursuant to this provision but failed to follow through on said claim. She thus failed to comply with the guidelines established for reimbursement by DCFS. DCFS informed the Claimant, via a letter dated July 23, 2008, that in order to proceed with the claim, DCFS needed: (1) three competing written estimates showing the costs of repairs to the Claimant's property, each of which specify which 142 areas are damaged or destroyed; and which breaks down the work in terms of time and materials; (2) the dates of the incident(s) and what triggered each incident and what was done as a consequence; (3) copies of the unusual incident report; and police department reports filed in connection with each incident; and (4) photographs to help determine the loss. The Claimant failed to comply with the requirements. Based on this failure, DCFS informed the Claimant in September 2008 that DCFS was marking the claim as "closed-­‐did not respond" and the file was thereby closed. The Claimant states in her Complaint that she was unable to obtain estimates for the repairs, but she does not provide any further details to explain. The Court finds, therefore, that the Claimant has failed to exhaust the remedies available to her, i.e., the Foster Parent Reimbursement Program, and that this claim must be denied. Further, under 705 ILCS 505/22(h), any claim involving personal property must be filed within two years after the claim first accrues. Therefore, when a complaint is filed after the statute of limitations has expired, the complaint should be dismissed pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐619(a)(5). In this case, the Claimant's Complaint stated that her home and garage were damaged on November 28, 2004. However, Claimant filed her Complaint with the Court of Claims more than five years after her property was allegedly damaged. Since Claimant's claim accrued more than two years prior to the date she filed her Complaint with this Court, this claim is also barred by the statute of limitations. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED the motion of the Respondent is granted and the claim herein is dismissed with prejudice. 143 (No. 11-­‐CC-­‐0301 – Claim denied) SCOTT WEBB, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent. Opinion filed April 14, 2011 ERIC KIRKPATRICK, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JAMIE KNODEL, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Jurisdiction-­‐Respondeat superior-­‐ The Court of Claims has jurisdiction over all claims against the State in cases founded upon any law of the State of Illinois. Through the doctrine of respondeat superior, the Court may hear claims against a state employee alleged to have violated a duty while acting in the scope of his employment, but the claim is really against the State. The Complaint against the employee in his capacity as an agent and/or employee of the State must be dismissed. Practice and procedure-­‐Statute of limitations-­‐Personal injury-­‐ A claimant seeking recovery for personal injury must file a notice of intent to sue within one year of the date of accrual of the alleged injury. Claimant alleges his injuries occurred in 2008 and he filed his Complaint in 2010. Claimant did not file either a notice of intent to sue or a complaint within one year of his injury, therefore his Complaint must be dismissed. ORDER Burns, J. This case comes before the Court on the Respondent's motion to dismiss under Section 2-­‐619(a)(1) and (5) of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐619. Respondent filed its motion on September 20, 2010. Claimant did not file a response. The Court having reviewed the matter and being fully advised in the premises: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Respondent's motion to dismiss is GRANTED for the following reasons: the Court lacks subject matter jurisdiction over individuals, and the Claimant did not timely file either his notice or his claim. On August 6, 2008, the Claimant allegedly was severely injured when the vehicle in which he was driving collided with another vehicle driven by Ivan Scott 144 Maxwell, an employee of the Illinois Department of Corrections ("IDOC"), on Illinois State Route 154 near Sesser, Franklin County, Illinois. On August 6, 2010, the Claimant filed a two-­‐count complaint against Maxwell and IDOC alleging negligence. Claimant seeks $100,000 in damages. Pursuant to the Court of Claims Act (the "Act"), the Court has jurisdiction over all claims against the State in cases founded upon any law of the State of Illinois. See 705 ILCS 505/8(a). The Court has held that its jurisdiction under the Act only extends to the State and its agencies. Gedaminsas v. State, 55 Ill.Ct.Cl. 429 (2002). The Court may, via the doctrine of respondeat superior, hear cases against a state employee alleged to have violated a duty while acting within the scope of his or her employment, but the individual employee then is only a nominal party and the claim is really against the State. O'Connor v. Board of Trustees of Univ. of Ill., 49 Ill.Ct.Cl. 153 (1996). Here, the Complaint alleges that Maxwell was operating a vehicle within the scope of his employment by the State (see Complaint, paragraph 2). As a result, the State is the proper respondent and Count I of the Complaint, against Ivan Scott Maxwell in his capacity as an agent and/or employee of the State, must be dismissed. Turning to Count II, against the State, the Court notes that Section 22-­‐1 of the Act requires any claimant seeking recovery for personal injury to file a notice of intent to sue within one year of the date of accrual of the alleged injury. See 705 ILCS 505/22-­‐1. In addition, pursuant to 74 Ill.Admin.Code §790.50(b)(l), a copy of said Notice of Intent shall be attached to the Complaint. Here, the Claimant neither filed a notice of intent to sue nor attached any Notice to his Complaint. 145 The statutory notice requirement of Section 22-­‐1 is a condition precedent to filing a complaint in this Court and is jurisdictional. Cummings v. State, 43 Ill.Ct.Cl. 357 (1991). Strict compliance is required. Hines v. State, 51 Ill.Ct.Cl. 1 (1998); Slepcevich v State, 41 Ill.Ct.Cl. 197 (1989). The Claimant alleges his injuries occurred on August 6, 2008. Claimant filed his complaint on August 6, 2010. Since the Claimant did not file either notice of intent to sue, or the complaint itself1, within one year of the date of accrual of the injury, as required by Section 22-­‐1, Claimant's Complaint must be dismissed. For the foregoing reasons, the Respondent's motion to dismiss is granted. The Claimant's complaint is hereby dismissed with prejudice. 1 Section 22-­‐1 allows a claimant to bypass the notice requirement if he or she files is or her claim within one year of its accrual. See 705 ILCS 505/22-­‐1. 146 (No. 08-­‐CC-­‐0270 – Claim awarded) MARYLIN A. THOMPSON, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, Respondent. Opinion filed April 19, 2011 RALPH BLOODWORTH, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JULIE MORGAN, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Recovery in tort-­‐ There must be a legal duty by the State to Claimant, a breach of that duty, and damages proximately caused by the breach. Claimant has the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent's employee was negligent by failing to use reasonable care, and that such negligence was the proximate cause of Claimant's injuries. A legal duty exists when the harm is legally foreseeable. Negligence-­‐Slip and fall from golf cart at State Fair-­‐Foreseeable-­‐ Respondent's employee failed to use reasonable care when accelerating the golf cart without checking to see if the passengers were seated. It is foreseeable that someone could be injured if not fully boarded when the golf cart accelerates. The employee’s failure to ensure that all passengers were boarded before taking off was negligent. OPINION Burns, J. This claim is before the Court upon a recommendation from Commissioner Patricia Murphy following an evidentiary hearing. Claimant, MARYLIN A. THOMPSON, is seeking reimbursement in the amount of $100,000.00 for compensation for injuries she received as a result of a fall from a golf cart at the Du Quoin State Fairgrounds on August 25, 2006. The Claimant filed her Complaint on August 24, 2007. An evidentiary hearing on this matter took place on April 15, 2010. FACTS Marylin Thompson, the Claimant, attended a George Jones concert on the evening of August 25, 2006 with her now deceased husband. Claimant entered the 147 Du Quoin State Fairgrounds at Gate 5. At that time, a courtesy golf car approached the Thompsons and offered them a ride to the concert. The Thompsons accepted the offer. While attempting to board the six-­‐person golf cart, the Claimant fell and injured her left knee. The fall was witnessed by Illinois State Police Trooper Brian Lewis. After the fall, the Claimant stayed for the concert and then required assistance to leave at the end of the concert. Claimant declined the assistance of an ambulance, and instead drove herself to Carbondale Memorial Hospital. At the time of the fall, her husband did not have a valid driver's license. That evening at the hospital, x-­‐rays were taken and the Claimant followed up later with her treating physician, Dr. Tom Davis. Dr. Davis diagnosed the Claimant with a left tibial plateau fracture, aggravation of arthritis and she was given a knee immobilizer through November 2006. Claimant complains that she still has pain from time-­‐to-­‐time. Summary of Relevant Testimony Trooper Brian Lewis testified, in summary, as follows: Trooper Lewis is employed by the Illinois State Police and was working at the Du Quoin State Fair Ground at the relevant time. Trooper Lewis was stationed at Gate 5. Gate 5 was one of the main entranceways for pedestrians. Trooper Lewis witnessed Claimant attempting to sit on the courtesy golf cart. Although the golf cart was several feet away from him, he witnessed the entire incident. Trooper Lewis stated that the Claimant was not completely seated on the golf cart when the driver accelerated. The Claimant's feet were on the cart, but she 148 was not completely seated when the cart accelerated. When the cart accelerated, the Claimant fell off of the cart. Trooper Lewis assisted the Claimant in standing back up, and provided her with a chair. The Claimant declined an ambulance. On cross-­‐examination, Trooper Lewis testified that he wrote a field report of the incident, which occurred at approximately 6:35 p.m. The field report was written at or around the time the Claimant fell and contains the sum and substance of Trooper Lewis' observations. On re-­‐direct examination, Trooper Lewis testified that the Claimant told him at the time he came to her aid that her left knee was in pain. The Claimant additionally told Trooper Lewis that she heard a "pop" as she fell to the ground. The Claimant, Marylin Thompson, testified, in summary, as follows: The Claimant, now widowed, lives in Blairsville and is on disability due to her weight. She does not work due to the disability and this condition existed long before August 25, 2006. On August 25, 2006, the Claimant drove to the George Jones concert at the Du Quoin State Fair with her husband. After parking their van, the Thompsons entered one of the main pedestrian gates. At that time, a shuttle golf cart came by and the driver asked the Thompsons if they wanted a ride. The Thompsons accepted the ride. Mr. Thompson was on the left side of the cart, and the Claimant was on the right side. The Claimant had her right leg up, getting ready to step up, when the cart began accelerating. This caused the Claimant to fall backwards, causing a "pop" in 149 her leg. The Claimant testified that she was not seated at the time the cart began to accelerate. Mr. Thompson yelled to the driver to stop, and the driver did so. The Claimant testified that the driver did not get off to see if the Claimant was hurt. The Claimant testified that the driver was not looking at her when this occurred, and she does not remember the driver saying anything before accelerating. After the fall, Mr. Thompson and Trooper Lewis helped the Claimant into a chair. At that time, the Claimant was not in severe pain and she believed the injury to only be a "sprain." Therefore, the Claimant went to the concert as planned. She recalls taking an elevator to her seat. However, as the concert proceeded, her knee began to feel worse. She could not put her weight on her knee after the concert so she was put onto a stretcher. Two emergency medical technicians, and her husband, then assisted her up and into her van, while she pulled on the steering wheel to pull herself into the van. During the drive, the Claimant used her right leg and her left leg was "killing her." Mr. Thompson did not have a valid driver's license at that time, so he did not drive. The Claimant drove herself to Carbondale Memorial Hospital, where she used a wheelchair. The Claimant selected Carbondale Memorial Hospital because that is where Dr. Tom Davis has an office. At the hospital, x-­‐rays were taken and the Claimant was discharged without pain medication. Mr. Thompson had to drive home because the Claimant could not get back into the driver's seat. Instead, they opened the middle door and she pulled herself up by the seats and laid down. When the Thompsons arrived home, they 150 stayed in their van and slept until her husband could get some plywood for a ramp and borrow a wheelchair to get into the house. After returning home, the Claimant was in pain, so she called Dr. Davis to get the next available appointment. During her appointment, Dr. Davis took x-­‐rays and put her leg in an immobilizer, which extended from the top of her foot to above her knee. Dr. David prescribed pain medication and restricted Claimant from any weight-­‐bearing activity. Occasionally, the Claimant receives an injection in her right knee due to a prior injury and has arthritis in both knees that pre-­‐exists her fall on August 25, 2006. After the Claimant's fall on August 25, 2006, she testified that some of the activities limited by her injury include working in the yard and going to yard sales. Pain medication helped ease the pain and she continued her follow-­‐up care with Dr. Davis. Claimant could not participate in physical therapy because of her heart condition. The Claimant also was under the care of her primary care doctor, Dr. Kelly Evans. Dr. Evans prescribed medication for depression, because the Claimant was aggravated with her limitations and her anxiety and depression was worsened after her fall on August 25, 2006. The Claimant believes that her left leg injury caused problems with her right hip. Dr. Davis told Claimant that her fracture had healed. The swelling and bruising of the left leg is also gone, but the Claimant stated that she still has problems with it today. However, the Claimant testified that she is still 151 miserable because she cannot walk like she did prior to her fall. The Claimant cannot stand for more than five minutes; which limits her cooking and cleaning. On cross-­‐examination, the Claimant testified that she was not using a cane at the time she was walking into Gate 5 and her husband was not assisting her walk. The Claimant accepted the ride in the golf cart due to the distance to the venue. When the Claimant attempted to board the golf cart, other people were on the cart at the time, and she was attempting to take a seat facing away from the driver. Just before the fall, the Claimant had her right foot on the cart and was attempting to pull herself up when the driver began to accelerate the cart. The Claimant does not recall hearing the driver say anything before accelerating. The acceleration caused the Claimant to fall backwards on her tailbone. At this time she called out, "Oh, my leg." Her left leg burned and popped at the same time. After the fall, when the Claimant was seated in a chair, the Claimant's husband helped her onto a different cart. She did not think that she was seriously injured at this time. The Thompsons purchased their tickets. However, during the concert, the Claimant's pain worsened and Mr. Thompson attempted to get a wheelchair. However, they stayed for the entire concert because the Claimant testified that she had waited fifty years to see George Jones. When the Claimant did attempt to stand up, she was unable to put weight on her left leg, so she was put onto a stretcher. The emergency medical technicians helped get her into her own van and the Thompsons drove to the hospital. The hospital personnel did not tell the Claimant whether she had a fracture in her left 152 leg. The Claimant saw Dr. Davis on August 31, 2006, which was the first available date. Currently, it is difficult for the Claimant to get one foot in front of the other and she experiences pain in her right hip and tailbone. The Claimant now uses a wheelchair to vacuum. At one time the Claimant's daughter lived with her, she no longer does and the Claimant's husband is now deceased. Therefore, Shawnee Alliance provides assistance to the Claimant in her home four days a week. Prior to the events of August 25, 2006, the Claimant had previously experienced episodes of depression. In early 2006 the Claimant was involved in a motor vehicle accident and bruised her left hip and left knee. She was treated by the same doctors at that time. The Claimant has also experienced vertigo after she suffered a heart attack, which required a change in the dosage of her medication. Additionally, the Claimant also had a previous fall in May 2006, in which she injured her left hip, which required a cortisone shot. During October 2009, the Claimant underwent surgery in Springfield, Illinois, to receive a different pacemaker. At that time, the x-­‐ray technician let the Claimant slip and fall and she fractured her right leg. As a result, the Claimant was placed in a nursing home for two weeks and given a leg brace. Currently, the Claimant does not suffer pain as a result of that injury. On re-­‐direct examination, the Claimant testified that prior to the August 25, 2006 fall, she did not have any problems with her left knee, and was able to get around. Dr. Tom Davis testified, in summary, as follows: 153 Dr. Tom Davis, an orthopedic surgeon, testified at his evidentiary deposition that the Claimant suffered a depressed lateral tibial plateu fracture as well as advanced degenerative arthritis of her knee, aggravated by the fall. The fracture did not require surgical treatment, according to Dr. Davis. Instead, Dr. Davis recommended that the Claimant remain non-­‐weight bearing in a wheelchair with the leg elevated. Dr. Kelly Evans testified, in summary, as follows: Dr. Kelly Evans, M.D., also testified on behalf of the Claimant, as her family doctor, reciting the Claimant's medical history. Dr. Evans deferred to Dr. Davis for treatment of Claimant's injuries at issue. According to Dr. Evans, the Claimant's injuries sustained in this fall aggravated Claimant's arthritic condition, as well as her anxiety. Exhibits 1 through 16 were admitted into evidence without objection, including the evidence depositions of Dr. Davis and Dr. Evans. Thomas George testified, in summary, as follows: The Respondent called Thomas George as a witness. Mr. George testified that on August 25, 2006 he was working at the State fairgrounds in Du Quoin as a golf cart driver. He would pick up passengers between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. He had a valid driver's license and was otherwise qualified for the position with no experience in transportation. Prior to this job, Mr. George had never driven a golf cart. He was shown how to start, stop and operate the brakes on the golf cart, as well as how to use the forward and reverse gears. Applying the brake automatically 154 shut off the golf cart. The golf cart was not equipped with a rearview mirror. The previous year, Mr. George drove a tractor and a tram at the fair. On the date of the occurrence, Mr. George was driving a six-­‐passenger golf cart, used to transport elderly and handicapped persons. The golf cart had three rows to seat two persons. The last row faced the rear. The passengers were taken to wherever they wanted to go. The golf cart did not have seat belts, but did have rails on the side. Mr. George testified that he recalled that he was coming from the parking lot and had two passengers on board when he heard someone say they had two passengers for him, so he stopped and put on his brake which then locked. Then, Mr. George asked if everyone was on board and someone replied "yes." Mr. George does not recall whether the response was from a man or a woman. There was no rearview mirror and Mr. George did not turn around to make sure that everyone was seated. Mr. George testified that when he started the golf cart, he believed that everyone was on board. However, after beginning to accelerate, he heard someone call out, "stop," so he stopped, locked the brake, and got out of his golf cart. Mr. George saw the Claimant sitting on the ground. A state trooper put her in a chair and she sat there for a few minutes. Mr. George testified that he then helped her back on the golf cart and gave the Thompsons a ride to the venue. Mr. George was facing forward at the time with many people in front of him heading to the concert. He was not impaired at the time of his driving and recalls helping the Claimant onto the golf cart after she had fallen, and making sure they 155 were all seated at that point. Mr. George observed the Thompsons go up the steps and into the venue. The Claimant did not complain to him about pain, and he did not observe any injuries. On cross-­‐examination, Mr. George testified that he was employed by the Respondent to drive the golf cart to transport people to the fair. His golf cart was assigned to elderly and handicapped people. When Mr. George stopped to pick up the Thompsons, he understood that they would occupy the two seats in the rear, which faced backwards. Mr. George did not know whether or not the Thompsons were on the golf cart prior to the fall; nor how the Claimant fell. However, Mr. George did testify that he remembered someone calling out "all aboard," before he began to accelerate, but he did not look for himself. Next, someone yelled, "stop," so Mr. George stopped and went to the back of the golf cart, where he saw the Claimant sitting on the ground. Surrounding the Claimant, was her husband, as well as Trooper Lewis, who were helping the Claimant onto a chair. Mr. George testified that he waited and then the Thompsons re-­‐boarded the cart and were driven to the concert. Respondent's Exhibit 1 was offered and admitted into evidence without objection. LEGAL ANALYSIS There are three elements to recovery surrounding tort: (1) a legal duty by respondent to claimant; (2) a breach of that duty; and (3) damages proximately caused by the breach. Ondes v. State, 43 Ill. Ct. Cl. 272, 275 (1991). A legal duty exists when there is more than a possibility of occurrence and only when the harm 156 is legally foreseeable. Ma v. State, 45 Ill. Ct. Cl. 180, 187 (1993). Furthermore, the claimant has the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence that respondent's employee was negligent by failing to use reasonable care, and that such negligence was the proximate cause of the claimant's injuries. Evans v. State, 40 Ill. Ct. Cl. 140 (1988) (citing Brockman v. State, 31 Ill. Ct. Cl. 53 (1975)). In the case before this Court, the Claimant has established by a preponderance of the evidence, that the Respondent's employee, Mr. George, failed to use reasonable care when he admittedly pulled the golf cart forward, without looking to see if the passengers were seated. As the driver of the golf cart, Mr. George was charged with the duty of exercising reasonable care; i.e., checking to see that all passengers were properly boarded. It is foreseeable that a patron, such as the Claimant, could be injured if not fully on board when the golf cart began to accelerate. Therefore, the injury was foreseeable. The golf cart operated by Mr. George was a relatively small vehicle. Therefore, a turn of the head to look over his shoulder would have allowed the driver to determine whether all passengers were seated. The driver's failure to ensure that all passengers were on board before accelerating was negligent. This omission caused the Claimant physical injury. Additionally, Trooper Lewis corroborated the Claimant's testimony that she fell when the golf cart accelerated as she was still boarding. These testimonies, in addition to his written report, support the Claimant's Complaint. The medical testimony also establishes that the Claimant suffered damages as a result of the Respondent's breach of its duty. 157 The expenses for the Claimant's medical care, diagnostics and treatment total were approximately $3,735.00, which were established by a preponderance of the evidence. The additional amount of $7,470.00 is awarded for pain and suffering. For the forgoing reasons, this Court finds in favor of the Claimant, MARYLIN THOMPSON and against the Respondent, in the sum of $11,205.00 (eleven thousand two hundred and five dollars). 158 (No. 03-­‐CC-­‐3560 – Claim awarded) ALEJANDRO ELIZONDO, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, Respondent. Opinion filed April 19, 2011 ALEJANDRO ELIZONDO, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MICHAEL ROCKS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Prisoners and inmates-­‐Duty towards-­‐ Respondent owes a duty to exercise ordinary and reasonable care for the preservation of an inmate's health. The State also owes a duty to inmates of its penal institutions to provide them with safe conditions under which to perform assigned work. Prisoners and inmates-­‐Razor wire severs radial artery-­‐ The Department of Corrections breached its duty to provide Claimant with safe working conditions under which to perform his assigned job of installing razor wire by failing to provide him with any training and failing to provide him with adequate protective gear. This negligence by the State was the proximate cause of Claimant's injury. Prisoners and inmates-­‐Preservation of inmate's health-­‐ Claimant suffered his injury on July 23, 2002. The State then disregarded the medical doctor's orders by forcing Claimant to retrieve his own belongings from storage without assistance, forcing Claimant to put stress on the injury and causing him undue pain and suffering and a potential for further complications. OPINION Steffen, J. This matter comes before this Court on complaint No. 03-­‐CC-­‐3560 filed by ALEJANDRO ELIZONDO against the STATE OF ILLINOIS, Department of Corrections for negligence that caused the injuries he sustained while working in an institutional job at the East Moline Correctional Center. It is a claim in tort under the provisions of Section 8(d) of the Illinois Court of Claims Act. Claimant's complaint alleges that on July 23, 2002, the Illinois Department of Corrections breached its duty to provide safe working conditions and adequate medical care for individuals in custody by forcing him to perform the very dangerous job of installing razor wire along the 159 institution's fence without training, safety precautions, safety gear or protective clothing; and after suffering a severe injury failing to provide him with the ordinary and reasonable care needed to preserve his health by subjecting him to treatment that violated the doctor's orders and that could have caused complications to his injury and, which caused Claimant additional pain and suffering. Claimant comes to the court pro se. A trial was held on February 15, 2008. DAMAGES Claimant Elizondo is seeking damages in the amount of $25,000. APPLICABLE LAW Respondent owes a duty to exercise ordinary and reasonable care for the preservation of a prisoner's health. Dezort v. Village of Hinsdale (1976), 35 Ill.App.3d 703, 342 N.E.2d 468. The Court of Claims has held that the State of Illinois owes a duty to inmates of its penal institutions to provide them with safe conditions under which to perform the assigned work. Cooper v. State (1995), 48 Ill.Ct.Cl. 118. STIPULATIONS Respondent stipulated to the fact that the injury occurred while the Respondent was incarcerated, that Claimant severed the radial artery, and that he was taken out to the local hospital for treatment. Respondent also stipulated that Claimant remained under a doctor's care at the Correctional facility for over two months after the accident. FINDINGS OF FACT 160 On the day of the accident, Claimant was incarcerated at the East Moline Correctional Center and participated in its minimum security work camp. There he was assigned to work on a daily basis on a variety of tasks, including housekeeping, lawn crew, and shower crew. Each morning, an officer on duty would assign inmates to areas of work and a guard would accompany the inmates as they performed their assignments. The guards would not in any way direct or assist the inmates with any of the assignments. Sometimes inmates were assigned to help employees of the Department of Corrections perform specific jobs such as shoveling snow, salting sidewalks, removing garbage, and cutting and raking grass. On July 23, 2002, Claimant was assigned to work the grounds with a group of other inmates. When they had finished the assigned work, all but two of the inmates were dismissed. Although DOC's departmental report states that Claimant and another inmate "volunteered" to string wire on a fence, Claimant alleges that they were ordered by a civilian employee to do so. They were then escorted by the guards to the 16 foot fence near the administrative building and given a box of wire to string from one end of the fence to another, approximately 50 feet. The inmates were told to climb to the top of the fence in a stationary scaffold that had been set up for the task. The wire was razor wire, a wire that has razor sharp blades every couple of inches and is commonly used in prisons to deter escapes. The wire was tightly coiled in a box. Claimant testified that they did not "volunteer" for the job, as claimed by DOC. Claimant was given no supervision by anyone who knew how to install razor wire. Claimant stated that the only safety gear that they were provided to perform this task were gloves. 161 Twenty minutes into the job, having crimped down about five to seven feet of the wire, a part of the coil caught another part and broke loose, causing a razor to strike Claimant's left wrist which immediately bled severely. The other inmate took off his shirt, wrapped it around Claimant's arm, and pulled the wire out of Claimant's arm. Bleeding profusely and feeling dizzy, Claimant was carried down the scaffold by the other inmate. Once on the ground, the guards had him walk to the medical unit where the doctor applied something to stop the bleeding and called an outside ambulance to transport Claimant to Alini Hospital. Alini Hospital medical records indicate that Claimant suffered a laceration of the radial artery. Claimant was given a couple of stitches and sent back to the medical unit at East Moline to be kept for observation under the care of the correctional center's medical director. The medical record indicates that the doctor at Alini Hospital ordered that Claimant "keep his left hand elevated about the level of the heart" and "to rest arm" until released by the correctional center's medical director. The medical director kept Claimant in the medical unit under observation overnight and allowed him to go back to his dorm on July 24, 2002, requesting that he come back to the medical unit as needed. The medical director did not release Claimant from his care until sometime after August 15, 2002, when Claimant was able to resume light work duty. When Claimant reached his dorm, he was informed that all of his belongings had been packed and taken to storage. Instead of assisting Claimant with moving his belongings back to the dorm, Claimant was told to take care of it himself. The belongings included a big plastic box, approximately 4 feet X 2.5 feet, that contained Claimant's clothing and personal belongings; a smaller but heavier box with legal 162 papers, books, and magazines; a fan; and a small television. Once at the storage facility, which was down a hill from the dorm, Claimant again asked for assistance. He was told that the best they could do was to provide him a cart, as verified by the DOC departmental report. Feeling dizzy and scared that he would pass out or reopen his wound, Claimant slowly loaded half of his belongings onto the cart and pulled the cart with his right arm up the hill toward his dorm. As he got close to the dorm, an inmate working the grounds saw him struggling and assisted with the cart and unloading. Feeling week and tired, Claimant collapsed onto his bunk, while other inmates retrieved the remainder of his things. The Correctional Center's medical records on Claimant indicate that on July 26, 2002, the medical director issued a written restriction slip indicating "no lifting with left hand due to injury" and that on August 1, 2002, the medical director again issued another restriction ordering "light work with left hand, due to injury." Claimant testified that for a few days after the injury he felt a tingling sensation in his hand. He did not work for ten days and was later assigned to shower duty, which he considers light duty. Claimant testified that the tingling in his hand subsided, but that he developed a "knot" at the place of the wound, which was tender and caused him pain when touched. He testified that the doctor described to him that the "knot" was likely a clot that would go away with time. Claimant reported that when he was released from the Correctional Center in 2004, he still had the "knot" in his arm and felt tenderness at the sight of the wound. CONCLUSION 163 The State owes a duty to provide inmates with safe conditions by which to perform assigned work, and a duty to exercise ordinary care for the preservation of a prisoner's health. Claimant, as a convict, was required to take orders and to carry them out. To refuse to do so could subject him to solitary confinement and the forfeiture of privileges, including prompt consideration for his parole. Therefore, Claimant could not act independently as people outside a penitentiary do. On July 23, 2002, Claimant was ordered to install razor wire on a 50 foot fence, which was 16 feet high. Installing razor wire is an inherently dangerous job, capable of causing great injury. The Claimant was injured when the wire came in contact with his arm, cutting his radial artery. The Court finds that DOC breached its duty to provide Claimant with safe conditions under which to perform the assigned work by failing to provide Claimant with any training and failing to provide Claimant with adequate protective gear. The State's negligence was the proximate cause of Claimant's injury. It is further found that Claimant did not have the freedom of choice inherent in the doctrine of assumed risk or contributory negligence. In addition, the State owes a duty to exercise ordinary and reasonable care for the preservation of a prisoner's health. Despite the fact that the Claimant had suffered an injury on July 23, 2002, the State disregarded the doctor's orders by forcing Claimant to retrieve his own belongings without offering any help, actually forcing claimant to put stress on his injured arm, and causing him undue pain and suffering and a potential for complicating his injury. For the foregoing reasons, the Court finds that this claim should be granted. 164 The Court also finds that $10,000.00 is the appropriate amount of damages for this claim. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Claimant's claim is granted. He is awarded $10,000 in total damages. 165 (No. 06-­‐CC-­‐0505 – Claim denied) LACHANDA AIKAS, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Respondent. Opinion filed March 15, 2011 JAMES CHRISTY, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (PHYLECCIA REED COLE, Special Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Elements-­‐ Claimant must prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that Respondent breached its duty of reasonable care in maintaining the premises and that the breach proximately caused her injury. Claimant must also prove that the Respondent had actual or constructive knowledge of the alleged dangerous condition. Negligence-­‐Slip and fall at State building-­‐No notice-­‐ Respondent had no actual notice of water on the floor that caused Claimant’s fall. No evidence was presented that the dangerous condition was so substantial or existed for such a length of time as to establish constructive notice. Claimant was unable to establish that Respondent had any notice, a key element required to recover damages. OPINION AND ORDER Storino, J. Claimant filed her Complaint for personal injury on September 13, 2005. Claimant seeks damages under a premises liability theory for a fall she suffered at the Southern Illinois University ("SIU"), School of Law building. A hearing was held before Commissioner Ysursa on November 18, 2008. Claimant appeared through counsel James Christy. Respondent was represented by attorney Phyleccia Reed Cole and legal assistant Jo Beth Weber. I. Factual Background This case arises from a slip and fall by Claimant on July 23, 2004. Claimant fell in a hallway in the SIU School of Law building between the law library and the loading dock behind the building. Prior to the start of the hearing the parties 166 stipulated to medical bills. Respondent had no objection to the reasonableness of the medical charges. Respondent had no objection that the injuries suffered and medical care rendered was causally connected to the fall of Claimant as alleged in the Complaint. The only dispute between the parties is liability. The first to testify on behalf of the Claimant was her mother Shereta Dreux. At the time of the incident Dreux was an employee of SIU and worked in the circulation department of the law library. Dreux testified that on the date in question, her daughter and granddaughter came to visit her at the law library in order to say goodbye because they were moving to Tampa, Florida. Claimant and her daughter arrived between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. They visited with Dreux for about 10 to 15 minutes and then proceeded to leave out of the rear of the building because Claimant's husband was parked behind the building near the loading docks. Dreux, Claimant and her daughter proceeded to walk down a hallway towards the loading dock exit. Dreux testified that she and her granddaughter were behind Claimant. She stated that she and her granddaughter were upset because of the imminent move to Florida. Dreux testified that she observed Claimant begin to fall, attempt to grab some lockers to prevent her fall, and ultimately fell on her left knee. After the fall, Dreux noticed water on the floor and observed Claimant's pants were wet. Dreux testified that the location of Claimant's fall was just outside the janitor's office and utility closet. She continued that there was a mop and bucket near the area of the fall. After the fall, Dreux notified the janitor in the office, David "Cotton" Ferrell, and then proceeding to inform building administration of the incident. Dreux stated 167 that Ferrell, a SIU painter, Neil McCall, and some others assisted Claimant up and placed her in a chair with wheels. Claimant was transferred to her husband's vehicle. Dreux testified that she did not have any knowledge of the medical care Claimant received. She stated Claimant has complained of pain in her left knee ever since the fall. She stated that she has observed Claimant having difficulty walking and standing for extended periods of time. Dreux testified that she was unaware of any problems Claimant had with her left knee prior to the fall. The next to testify was Claimant's daughter Calaijah Broadnax. Broadnax confirmed the testimony of Dreux, her grandmother. She stated that her mother was walking in front of her and her grandmother when she fell. She testified that her mother slipped on some water on the tile floor in the hallway. She stated that her mother's pants were wet afterwards. Broadnax confirmed Dreux's testimony that there was a bucket and mop near the area that Claimant fell. She stated that her mother still has pain in her left knee to this day. Broadnax was seven (7) years old at the time of the accident. Claimant testified that she was at the SIU law library so that she and her daughter could say goodbye to Dreux as they were leaving for Florida due to a job transfer. She stated that she was walking down a hallway leading from the law library to the loading dock when she slipped and fell on a clear liquid on the floor. She testified that as she approached the area in question she was periodically looking back at her mother and daughter as her daughter was upset to be moving to Florida. She stated that she noticed a bucket and mop. She fell in front of the janitor's office and utility closet. She stated that she never saw any liquid on the 168 floor before she fell. She stated that the bucket was not labeled with a warning for a slippery surface. Claimant testified that after she fell she was helped, up into a chair and was taken to her husband's car. Her husband took her to the Carbondale Clinic. At the Carbondale Clinic she was x-­‐rayed. She received a brace for her knee and was referred to Dr. Goalz, an orthopedic surgeon in Herrin, Illinois. She treated with Dr. Goalz for approximately five (5) months. Dr. Goalz referred her to physical therapy which she undertook at Memorial Hospital in Carbondale. She was treated on four (4) different occasions at Memorial Hospital. She testified that Claimant's Exhibits 1, 2 and 3 were the medical bills for her treatment at the Carbondale Clinic, Dr. Goalz and Memorial Hospital. The total of the bills equaled $1,796.74 and she stated that all bills had been paid. She testified that she could not work for thirty (30) days after the fall resulting in $1,250.00 in lost wages. She stated that since the fall, she suffers from frequent pain in her left knee. She stated that she has trouble with extended walks and pain when she stands for long periods of time. At the conclusion of Claimant's case in chief, Claimant's Exhibits 1, 2 and 3 were admitted into evidence without objection. Respondent presented three (3) witnesses. The first witness was David Ferrell. Ferrell had worked at SIU for the last 27 years. At the time of the fall, he was a subforeman of janitors at the law library. He testified that he heard the fall from his office. He was in the office at the time of the fall on a break with Neil McCall, an SIU painter. He stated that about 5 to 10 minutes prior to the fall he entered the janitor's office. Ferrell confirmed the location of the fall near the 169 janitor's office and utility closet. Ferrell confirmed the assistance provided to Claimant and the transfer of Claimant to her husband's vehicle after the fall. Ferrell stated that he observed about a 5 to 6 inch wide puddle of water on the floor near Claimant after the fall. Ferrell stated that he did not observe the puddle 5 to 10 minutes earlier when he entered the office. He confirmed that if he had noticed the water, it was his duty and the duty of the janitors to clean it up. He stated that after noticing the water, he got a bucket and mop from the utility closet near Claimant and cleaned the liquid. He stated that all buckets at SIU have warnings on the sides. Next to testify was Kristy White. She is an administrative clerk at the school of law. She arrived at the scene after the fall and prepared an incident report. The incident report was marked as Respondent's Exhibit 1 and was admitted into evidence without objection. The last witness was Neil McCall. McCall was a SIU painter at the time of the incident. He testified that he entered the janitor's office prior to the fall on his break to meet with Ferrell. He stated that he and Ferrell heard Claimant fall. He exited the janitor's office and utility closet. He testified that he entered the janitor's office about five (5) minutes before the fall. He stated that he never observed any liquids on the floor either before or after the fall. He conceded that he was not looking for liquids. II. Legal Analysis To prevail on her claim, Claimant must prove, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the Respondent breached its duty of reasonable care in maintaining the premises and that the breach proximately caused her injury. Hardeman, 47 Ill. 170 Ct. Cl. at 295 (citing Secor v. State, 44 Ill. Ct. Cl. 215, 217 (1991)). Claimant must also prove that the Respondent had actual or constructive knowledge of the alleged dangerous condition. Minor v. State, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 104, 114 (1998). Based on the evidence presented at the hearing in this matter, this Court determines that the Respondent is precluded from liability in that there was no evidence presented indicating the Respondent was notified of the condition that allegedly caused Claimant's injuries. The evidence presented at the hearing established that prior to Claimant's fall, Respondent had no actual notice of the water on the floor that created the dangerous condition. Claimant argues constructive notice of the condition should be imputed to Respondent by the mere fact that after Claimant fell, some witnesses testified to seeing water on the floor near Claimant. However, to establish constructive notice it must be shown that the defect was substantial enough and that it existed for a sufficient length of time that a reasonable person would conclude that immediate repairs or warning signs were necessary. Kelly v. State, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 146, 150-­‐51 (1998). The fact that before Claimant's fall, not a single witness could testify to observing the water on the floor, which constituted the dangerous condition, is fatal to Claimant's claim. There is no evidence in the record that the defect was so substantial or existed for such a length of time to establish constructive notice. It has been well settled that, "the State is not an insurer of Claimant's safety." Laughary v. State of Illinois, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl. 187 (2000) (quoting Simpson v. State, 37 Ill. Ct. Cl. 76 (1985)). Rather, the State owes a duty of reasonable care in maintaining its premises. Hardeman v. State, 47 Ill. Ct. Cl. 292, 295 (1995) (citing Berger v. Board 171 of Trustees of the University of Illinois, 40 Ill. Ct. Cl. 121,124 (1988)). The evidence presented at the hearing is deplete of any indication that the Respondent had actual or constructive knowledge of the water on the floor which is the alleged dangerous or defective condition that caused the Claimant's injuries. Claimant therefore is unable to establish a key element required to recover damages. As such, Claimant has failed to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the Respondent is liable for her injuries, and this matter is hereby dismissed with prejudice. 172 (No. 09-­‐CC-­‐2404 – Claim denied) WILLIAM EVANS, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, Respondent. Opinion filed March 3, 2011 WILLIAM EVANS, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General, for Respondent. Practice and procedure-­‐Statute of limitations tolling-­‐ A statue of limitations is not tolled during the pendency of institutional grievance procedures to comply with the exhaustion of remedies requirements. The decision to pursue grievance procedures or remedies in other tribunals does not release the Claimant from the Court of Claims notice requirement since Court regulations expressly allow a claimant to put his claim before the Court on hold while he meets the exhaustion of remedies requirement. ORDER Burns, J. This case comes before the Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss. Respondent filed its motion on November 5, 2009. Claimant filed its response on November 25, 2009. The Court having reviewed the pleadings and being fully advised in the premises, finds as follows: On February 5, 2009, the Claimant filed a pro se Complaint with the Court of Claims for false imprisonment against the Respondent, the Illinois Department of Corrections ("IDOC"), in the amount of $100,000. Claimant alleged in his Complaint that while incarcerated at Pinckneyville Correctional Center ("Pinckneyville") he was wrongfully admitted to a mental health facility for five (5) days, beginning on November 14, 2007. Claimant alleged that the sole basis for his being admitted to a mental health facility was his refusal to talk with the mental health staff at Pinckneyville. Respondent asserted that its actions 173 were for the safety of the Claimant because of his non-­‐responsive behavior. In addition, the Claimant alleged that he suffered reprisal for exercising his right not to speak and that he received two (2) months in segregation for his refusal to respond to inquiries directed at him by Pinckneyville officers. The Respondent filed a Motion to Dismiss based upon the "notice requirement" of the Court of Claims Act, 705 ILCS 505/22-­‐1 & 22-­‐2. 705 ILCS 505/22-­‐1 & 22-­‐2 states in pertinent part that: "Sec. 505/22-­‐1. Actions for Personal Injuries – Notice – Contents. Within 1 year from the date that such an injury was received or such a cause of action accrued, any person who is about to commence any action in the Court of Claims against that State of Illinois, ..., for damages on account of any injury to his person shall file in the office of the Attorney General and also in the office of the Clerk of the Court Claims, ..." "Sec. 505/22-­‐2. Failure to File Notice – Effect. If the notice provided for by Section 22-­‐1 is not filed as provided in that Section, any such action commenced against the State of Illinois, ..., shall be dismissed and the person to whom any such cause of action accrued for any personal injury shall be forever barred from further action in the Court of Claims for such personal injury, ..." As noted in the statute, this notice requirement specifically applies to causes of action involving personal injury lawsuits. The Court acknowledges that there might be a question as to whether false imprisonment claims should be considered a "personal injury" for purposes of Section 22-­‐1, but we hold that in this case the claim properly belongs under the provision. Claimant here pleads that his alleged false imprisonment resulted in his having experienced "five physically and mentally painful days" in the mental health care facility. As such he is pleading injuries to "his person," which brings those claims under the notice provision. Therefore, we hold that in this case Section 505/22-­‐1 governs. 174 The Claimant does not dispute that he failed to file notice with the Court or the Office of the Attorney General within one year of November 14, 2007, the date on which his admission to the mental health facility began. Rather, he argues that his claim was filed within one year of the accrual of its cause of action, and thus satisfied the portion of Section 505/22-­‐1 that states "A claimant is not required to file the notice required by this Section if he or she files his or her claim within one year of its accrual." 705 ILCS 505/22-­‐1. Furthermore, he asserts that because he was required by the Court of Claims to exhaust all remedies before filing suit, the date of "accrual" for his action should be April 7, 2008, the date his final inmate grievance was exhausted. This Court has held that a statute of limitations is not tolled during the pendency of institutional grievance procedures to comply with exhaustion of remedies requirements. Green v. State, 52 Ill.Ct.Cl. 412 (1999). Moreover, the decision to pursue grievance procedures or remedies in any other tribunal does not absolve a claimant of this Court's notice requirement since Court of Claims regulations expressly allow a claimant to put his claim before the Court on hold while he meets the exhaustion of remedies requirement. Hines v. State, 51 Ill.Ct.Cl. 1 (1998). See also 74 Ill. Adm. Code 790.60. The Court finds that the date of accrual for the false imprisonment charge was no later than November 19, 2007. Since Claimant did not file his claim until February 5, 2009, he did not meet the one-­‐year notice requirement and his action must be dismissed as untimely. As for the Claimant's additional allegations regarding reprisal for not speaking and the imposition of two months in segregation, the Court finds the 175 Complaint lack sufficient facts to support these claims. Moreover, the Court notes that it lacks jurisdiction to review the disciplinary and administrative policies and decisions of the Illinois Department of Corrections. White v. State, 49 Ill.Ct.Cl. 187, 189 (1997). These claims, therefore, must be dismissed as well. The Court makes no ruling on whether a claim regarding these allegations might be brought in another forum. For the foregoing reasons, the Respondent's Motion to Dismiss is granted. The Claimant's Complaint is dismissed with prejudice. 176 (No. 08-­‐CC-­‐2945 – Claim awarded) KIMBERLY DORSEY, AS EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF JESSICA UHL, and KIMBERLY DORSEY, AS EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF KELLI UHL, Claimants, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent. Opinion filed January 18, 2011 THOMAS J. KEEFE, JR., Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (AMY GERLOFF and THOMAS KLEIN, Assistants Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Highways-­‐ An Illinois State Trooper driving in an emergency situation owes a duty to operate his vehicle with due regard for the safety of the motorist public. Driving at excessive speed breaches that duty of care. Immunity-­‐ The duty to operate a vehicle is not a discretionary duty. Damages-­‐ The State’s Auto Liability Fund, setting forth dollar limits for accidents involving state employees operating a motor vehicle, does not operate as a limitation of recovery under the Court of Claims Act. OPINION Birnbaum, J. On May 5, 2008 Claimants filed a Complaint for the wrongful deaths of Jessica Uhl and Kelli Uhl. The Complaint states that their mother Kimberly Dorsey,2 is the duly appointed Executrix3 of the estates of Jessica and Kelli and that she brings this action on behalf of herself, Brian Uhl (father of Jessica and Kelli), Madelyn Blair Dorsey (half sister of Jessica and Kelli and hereinafter referred to as "Mady") and Anthony Dale Uhl (half brother of Jessica and Kelli and hereinafter referred to as "Tony"). The Complaint alleges that on November 23, 2007 Illinois State Trooper Matthew Mitchell, a State employee driving a State owned vehicle, struck the vehicle 2
Kimberly Dorsey recently married Craig Schlau and is now Kimberly Schlau. For purposes of this
opinion and order she will be referred to as Kimberly Dorsey.
3
The letters of office dated February 5, 2008 are issued to Kimberly Dorsey as the administrator, not the
executrix of these estates.
177 occupied by Jessica Uhl and Kelli Uhl causing the deaths of Jessica Uhl and Kelli Uhl. A hearing was held before Commissioner Thomas Ysursa. On April 19, 2010 and April 20, 2010 Claimants presented their case. On May 3, 2010, Respondent presented its case and the parties gave closing arguments. Thomas J. Keefe. Jr., and Thomas J. Keefe, III represented Claimants. Assistant Attorneys General Amy Gerloff and Tom Klein represented Respondent. At the outset the Court wishes to acknowledge the excellent and thorough work of Commissioner Ysursa. We also express our appreciation for the advocacy and professionalism of the lawyers on both sides. I. Facts November 23, 2007 began, by all accounts, as a beautiful early winter's day in southern Illinois. It was the day after Thanksgiving, the busiest shopping day of the year. 18 year-­‐old Jessica Uhl and her 13 year-­‐old sister Kelli Uhl spent that morning at the home of their father Brian Uhl in Mascoutah, Illinois. They were there to take holiday pictures with their dad, step mom, half brother Tony and step grandparents. The Uhl girls' parents were divorced. The girls lived in nearby Collinsville with their mom, Kim, and half sister, Mady. They left their dad's home a little before noon. Jessica was driving. Her plan was to drop her sister Kelli off at their mom's house and then proceed to her part time job. She began travelling westbound on Interstate Highway 64. Illinois State Trooper Matt Mitchell was on duty that morning. A little before noon, Mitchell was outside his vehicle addressing a minor accident when he heard a dispatch message directed to another trooper that described an auto accident at Illinois Route 4 and 178 Stein Road near Lebanon, Illinois. The dispatch message stated that there was a two car accident with entrapment but that St. Clair County and Mascoutah police were on the scene, fire and rescue were on the scene with helicopter support on standby. Trooper Mitchell told dispatch he would take the call. He got into his police car and proceeded to the accident scene at Route 4 and Stein Roads. To get there, he travelled east bound on Interstate 64. He drove at a very high rate of speed, at points in excess of 125 mph. While travelling at this high rate of speed, his girlfriend, the mother of his daughter, called. Cell phone records show he took the call at 11:58 a.m. He began to talk to her on the phone about a bicycle she wanted to buy their daughter. While driving at these rates of speed and talking on his cell phone he also began using the computer in his vehicle, emailing the other trooper for directions. He came upon traffic, and while the facts were contested at trial, it is uncontroverted that he swerved to avoid traffic, lost control of his vehicle and crossed the median on Interstate 64 near the Illinois Route 158 overpass. His vehicle collided head-­‐on with the car driven by Jessica. The Illinois State Police Department of Internal Investigations Report ("DII Report") stated that Trooper Mitchell was travelling at approximately 126 mph when he lost control of the vehicle. Jessica and Kelli were killed instantly. II. The Trial Prior to the start of the trial Respondent stipulated that Trooper Mitchell was acting within the scope of employment at the time of the accident. Respondent 179 further stipulated that the motor vehicle accident caused the death of the Uhl sisters. Claimants called a total of 27 witnesses. The first witness called by Claimants was trooper Matthew Mitchell. Mitchell was called as an adverse witness. Mitchell testified that on the late morning of November 23, 2007 he was dealing with another matter outside his vehicle when he heard a dispatch message describing a motor vehicle accident on Illinois Route 4 and Stein Road near Lebanon, Illinois. Initially the crash was assigned to State Trooper John Schlepper, but Mitchell stated that he informed the dispatcher that he would "take the call". Mitchell testified that all he heard of the dispatch message was that there was a motor vehicle accident "with entrapment". Mitchell stated that he did not hear the portion of the dispatch message which stated that officers from the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department and the Mascoutah, Illinois Police Department were already on the scene and emergency medical service personnel were on the scene with helicopter transport on standby. Mitchell testified that he finished the matter he was dealing with and proceeded in his State Police vehicle towards Route 4 and Stein Road. Mitchell stated that during the drive he exceeded the posted speed limit on I-­‐64 and that he sent an email to Trooper Schlepper seeking directions to the accident scene via his vehicle computer. During this time he also acknowledged that he answered a personal cell phone call from his girlfriend, the mother of his young daughter. They began discussing a bicycle that she had purchased for their daughter. 180 Mitchell stated that he did not know how fast he was going. He testified that just prior to losing control of his vehicle a white car travelling in the right lane of eastbound I-­‐64 moved into his left lane. Mitchell said he swerved to avoid the white car, lost control of his vehicle, crossed the center median, proceeded into the westbound lane of I-­‐64 in the wrong direction, struck the vehicle occupied by the Uhl sisters and killed the girls. Mitchell testified that immediately following the accident, another state trooper approached him and Mitchell asked that trooper to pull the video from his vehicle. He testified that he later learned that his police vehicle's video was not turned on at the time of the accident. Mitchell testified that he pled guilty to two (2) counts Reckless Homicide (the killing of the Uhl girls) and two (2) counts of Aggravated Reckless Driving (injuries sustained by Kelly and Christine Marler, husband and wife who were in a separate vehicle) on April 16, 2010 before St. Clair County Circuit Judge Jan V. Fiss. Trooper Mitchell testified that he lied when he entered into that plea agreement. Mitchell asserted at the hearing before Commissioner Ysursa that he was not the cause of the accident because immediately prior to losing control of his vehicle a white car had cut him off. Mitchell testified that he exercised a reasonable degree of care for the safety of the motorist public during the entire time he was operating his vehicle. He stated that this was true even though he was travelling at a very high rate of speed while talking on his cell phone and emailing his fellow State trooper. When challenged by Claimants' counsel on the reasonableness of such conduct Mitchell stated that State troopers are trained to "multi-­‐task". 181 Counsel for Claimants also challenged Trooper Mitchell's veracity on his claim that he was not on his cell phone at the time he lost control of his vehicle. Mitchell testified that he completed his cell phone call and had both hands on the steering wheel when he lost control of his vehicle. The cell phone records indicate that Mitchell took his girlfriend's call at 11:58 a.m. and that the connection terminated at 12:02 p.m. and 5 seconds. The DII report indicated that Sycom (the public safety answering point technology used for 9-­‐1-­‐1 calls) shows the first 9-­‐1-­‐1 call regarding the crash between Mitchell's vehicle and the Uhl girls' car was initiated thirty-­‐six (36) seconds later, at 12:02 p.m. and 41 seconds. Counsel for Claimants inquired as to the plausibility of Mitchell's claim that he could have hung up his phone, put his hands on the wheel, lost control of his vehicle, crossed the roadway, struck the Uhl sisters, and have a passing witness observe the accident and call 9-­‐1-­‐1, all within 36 seconds of the termination of Mitchell's own cell phone call. When asked for an explanation of the timing Mitchell simply responded that he was not on his cell phone at the time he lost control of his vehicle. The second witness called by Claimants was Kris Gebke, Illinois State Trooper Accident Reconstructionist. Gebke was tasked to be the accident reconstructionist for the Illinois State Police on the scene. Gebke testified that Mitchell was not justified in driving 126 mph under the circumstances of this case. Gebke stated that due to going 126 mph, Mitchell was not using reasonable care in his operation of his vehicle. Gebke stated that Mitchell's conduct, talking on his cell phone and sending an email, exacerbated the lack of reasonable care. Gebke concluded that the cause of the accident was Mitchell's inability to maintain control 182 of his vehicle and that Mitchell's vehicle speed was a major contributing factor in his losing control. Gebke stated that, other than Mitchell's testimony he had no knowledge of any evidence from any source that a white car cut off Mitchell. On examination by counsel for Respondent, Gebke testified that the tire marks on I-­‐64 were consistent with Mitchell swerving while travelling at a high rate of speed. At this point Claimants' Exhibit #1 was admitted into evidence over the objection of Respondent. Claimants' Exhibit #1 was a certified copy of the four pleas of guilty to the two (2) counts Reckless Homicide for the deaths of Jessica and Kelli and two (2) counts of Aggravated Reckless Driving for injuries sustained by the Marlers. Those pleas were entered on April 16, 2010 in the St. Clair County Criminal Court. Witnesses 3-­‐17, witness 20 and witnesses 24-­‐26 were comprised of friends of Kelli and Jessica, friends and co-­‐workers of Brian and Kim and the extended families of Brian, Kim, Tony and Mady. Delineated below is a summary of their testimony. Collectively these witnesses painted a portrait of Kelli and Jessica as kind, loving, bright and caring girls who were loved by their parents, siblings, extended family and the community. There was also testimony from a number of these witnesses about the significant grief and suffering incurred by the family following the loss of these girls, including Tony's uncontrollable crying in kindergarten class (his teacher, Debbie Hulliung), and his propensity to "withdraw" to another room where he would be found weeping (his grandfather Ken Zacharski). 183 Becky Loyet, Mady's day care teacher, testified about Mady's guilt over past fights with her sisters and her fear that she will lose her memory of them. She testified that Mady is now sad because she's an only child. Brian's mother-­‐in-­‐law, Linda Zacharski, testified about his changed demeanor, saying that he is now "heavier and darker", while his wife, Wendy Uhl, spoke of his loss of "spontaneity and lack of inhibition". Cheryl Varner testified about Kim's redirection of sorrow into good works such as highway safety, memorials and scholarships in memory of the kids. Tawnya Lange, a co-­‐worker of Kim testified that Kim was home alone when the coroner and police officers came to her door. She testified that Kim did not open the door at first knowing her worst fears lay on the other side of that door. The eighteenth witness was Wendy Uhl, Brian Uhl's wife and the mother of Tony. Wendy testified to the void left by the loss of the girls. She described how every Mother's Day and Father's Day she and Brian expect the girls to walk through the door. She testified that every Thanksgiving an empty place setting is reserved for the girls and every Christmas a stocking is hung that will not be filled. Wendy described the loss felt by her son Tony who, at only five years old, lost his only siblings in the tragic accident. She testified that certain things such as songs will cause Tony to cry and that he calls his sisters "two angels in heaven". She said that the media attention has been very difficult on the family. She said that Brian is not the same since the death of his daughters, and testified that he has lost his joy, his spontaneity, and his lack of inhibition. 184 The nineteenth witness was Craig Schlau, the current husband of Kim Dorsey. Schlau and Kim were married in September 2009. Schlau met Kim in August 2006. The two started out as friends and progressed to dating. Schlau testified that he met the Uhl sisters a couple of times but did not know them very well. Kim called Schlau about a half an hour after finding out about the death of her daughters. Schlau then went over to Kim's house with his sister. Schlau stated that prior to the accident Kim enjoyed being social in large groups and was the center of the attention. After the accident Kim no longer enjoys being the center of attention and now their social life is limited to smaller gatherings. Schlau testified that even to the present Kim breaks down into tears over the loss of her daughters, describing how she cries while curled up on a small chair or on his lap. He said Kim is now wary about others; she worries about the topic of the accident coming up and the reaction of others. He also described Mady and stated that Mady talks about her sisters frequently. The twenty-­‐first witness was Brian Uhl, the father of Jessica and Kelli. He testified that he and Kim were married in July 1988. They were married for about nine years and then divorced. He described how after he and Kim divorced they agreed to be civil to each other for the benefit of the girls. Brian described the birth of Kelli and Jessica. He described how he taught Jessica to drive and the joy he took from her graduation from high school and enrollment in college. Brian stated that no one on his side of the family had ever gone to college. Brian then testified to events of November 23, 2007, the day that his daughters were killed. He described 185 taking family pictures with the girls that day. He stated that as the girls left, he told Jessica to "drive safe" and she said, "I will." He said that after the girls left he was paged to come into work. He was en route on I-­‐64 and got caught in traffic caused by the accident. He stated that he was diverted around the accident and when he returned back on I-­‐64 he saw a horrific accident under the overpass. He did not remember seeing the police car of Trooper Mitchell but he did see other vehicles and believes that he saw a blue tarp over the vehicle that his daughters were driving. He remembered thinking that he did not recognize any of the vehicles and thought "good". Brian proceeded to the Metro Link stop in East St. Louis and boarded the light rail system to go to his office in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. He said that he then received a voice message from Kim stating that the girls were not home and wanting to know what time they left that morning. He then received a second voicemail from Kim and she was frantic because the girls were still not home. At that point he called Kim. He stated that Kim answered but she could not speak and handed the phone to the coroner. The coroner informed him that he had some terrible news and at that point Brian knew what it was. Brian asked the coroner if it had to do with the accident on I-­‐64. The coroner said yes, Brian proceeded to ask if his girls were involved and whether they were dead. The coroner said "yes". Brian then left for Kim's house. He testified that he was screaming in anguish in his car the entire way to Kim's. He arrived at Kim's and told Kim over and over that he was "sorry". Kim asked what he was sorry about and he said "our daughters are gone." Brian eventually returned to his own home. He called his mother and 186 father and told them that their two granddaughters were dead. He said there was a horrible cry from the other end of the phone. Brian testified that the pain is still there-­‐some two and half years later. He described how he drives by the accident scene twice daily and makes the sign of the cross each time he passes. He said he drives by the site daily to remind himself that life is short. He stated that he talks to his daughters everyday when he drives by the accident site. Brian described how he went through a period of "extreme rage" and was vengeful. He said his faith, family and friends helped him get over his feelings of vengeance. He stated that" a "part of my soul is dead that day" and it will not be replenished until he sees the girls again. Brian then discussed some of his memories of Father's Day and other events. Brian then discussed his son Tony. He stated that Tony has tough moments and still cries over the loss of his sisters. Brian spoke about how Tony is forced occasionally to revisit the deaths when they are covered on television. He said the girls were so close they were like twins. At the conclusion of direct examination Brian was asked if it ever stops hurting or if it ever gets better; he responded there is "not a single day that he does not think about his lost daughters". The twenty-­‐second witness was Kim Dorsey, (now Kim Schlau), mother of Jessica and Kelli. She recounted stories of Jessica and Kelli. Kim described her enjoyment of hearing Jessica's and Kelli's friends recount their memories and stories about her daughters. Kim testified as to awards the girls received as children and went through Jessica's journal. She described Jessica as a hard worker who had the goal of being a doctor or a photographer. She said Kelli was quite 187 gifted as a student. She said Kelli was inducted as an honorary member of the National Junior Honor Society after her death. She recalled the funeral and the fact that she wanted their friends to write memories and send messages so that she could remember the impact that her girls had on others' lives. She described the hole that exists in her heart due to her loss. She stated that some days she feels that the wound will never heal and that is why she engages in efforts to keep her daughters' memories alive. She testified how she has organized benefits in order to raise funds for scholarships in the names of her daughters. She recalled how during the first benefit she would comment to friends that the benefit was "kind of like Jessica's wedding reception that I'll never get to throw for her." She stated that she took her daughter Kelli's 8th Grade yearbook to her school so that her friends could sign it because she died before her 8th Grade graduation. She stated that she does these things to keep her daughters' memories alive. She stated that she will always bear a scar from her loss. She testified that her daughter, Mady, and her current husband comment that she is not as outgoing as she once was. She stated that she still has days where she just wants to stay in bed all day but that her daughter Mady and the voices of her two deceased daughters telling her to keep going provide her the motivation to get up and keep living. Kim recounted the Thanksgiving meal they shared the day before her daughters were killed. She described how Jessica invited her boyfriend Jordan Vomer for dinner and how Jordan's parents came to Thanksgiving. She described how Jessica helped cook the dinner with her and how this was Jordan's first time 188 meeting Jessica's grandfather. After dinner she testified that the family had a Thanksgiving tradition of going to a movie. She and her three daughters, Jessica, Kelli and Mady, went and saw the movie "Enchanted". She stated that the theater was packed but they found four seats together. She recalled thinking to herself that it was so enjoyable because there had been no arguing among the three sisters and everyone was getting along, laughing and enjoying themselves. After the movies, Jessica went over to her boyfriend's house and intended to stay there on a basement couch. Jessica told Kim that she would return early in the morning the next day to pick up Kelli so they could go to their Dad's for family pictures. Kim recalled saying goodbye to Jessica and giving her the peace sign. Jessica gave the peace sign back. That was the last time she saw her oldest daughter. As for Kelli, she went upstairs and showered and did her hair. Kim and Mady lay in Kim's bed and watched the movie "Chicago". She stated that Mady and Kelli then began texting each other and were laughing as they sent silly messages back and forth. She stated that Kelli wanted to know when the "Cell Block Tango" part of the movie was coming on. When it did, Mady texted Kelli and Kelli came downstairs to watch that part. About 11:00 p.m. that evening, Kim told Kelli to go to bed and Kelli gave her mom a kiss, rubbed her sister Mady's head and went upstairs. That was the last time Kim saw her second daughter. Jessica picked up Kelli early the next morning. Kim heard them but said the girls did not want to wake her up. Kim testified that she regrets not being able to tell her daughters how much she loved them or to being able to hug them one last time. She described sitting between the two head stones at their grave sites so that she can touch both stones 189 and talk to them. She stated that those head stones are the only tangible things that she has left of her children. She said she was not able to see her daughters' bodies after they were killed because the funeral director stated that they were "unviewable". Kim described the effect that the deaths of Jessica and Kelli had on Mady. She stated that Mady is now in counseling and that she worries a lot. She stated that Mady can be quick to anger and gets frustrated at times. Kim concluded by stating that she is angry but she does not want anger to fill the hole in her heart and eat her from within. The twenty-­‐third witness was Larry Trent, the former Director of Illinois State Police. At the time of the accident Trent had been Director of the Illinois State Police for six years. He served a total of 22 years as an Illinois State Police Trooper. During his career with the State Police, Trent served in several capacities including Regional Commander for Southern Illinois. Trent testified that at the time of the accident the State Police pursuit policy was that a trooper could drive "as fast as you saw fit provided you took due care for the public's safety." He stated that public safety was paramount even when responding to an emergency call because you cannot help someone unless you arrive there safely. Trent testified that Trooper Mitchell's driving 126 mph reflected poor judgment and that his conduct was irresponsible. He testified that talking on his cell phone and emailing only compounded it. Trent testified that when travelling at 126 mph the state police vehicle "overdrives the siren" and other drivers on the road do not realize that an officer is on top of them and cannot react 190 to the situation appropriately. He stated that in his opinion Trooper Mitchell did not exercise reasonable care. Trent concluded that Trooper Mitchell's conduct that day was "indefensible". On cross-­‐examination Trent testified that in 2007 a state trooper had the discretion to travel as fast as he/she deemed appropriate in an emergency. He agreed that an accident with entrapment is a serious situation. Trent also testified that he did not have a sound engineering degree and did not have knowledge of the speed of sound. On re-­‐direct, Trent reemphasized that a state trooper owes a duty of reasonable care to the public even in an emergency situation. Mr. Trent also testified that he could not think of any circumstance that justified going 126 mph while emailing and talking on the phone. The twenty-­‐seventh witness was Kim Hasty from St. Louis, Missouri. She testified that she is a licensed clinical professional counselor. Hasty received her undergraduate degree in rehabilitation psychology from Central Missouri State University and her master's degree in rehabilitation from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. After graduation she worked in Quincy at an inpatient and outpatient substance abuse facility, where she provided individual and family counseling. Two years later she began working at St. Elizabeth's in Granite City, Illinois, which is now Gateway Medical Center. There she provided counseling services for substance abuse and mental health issues on an outpatient basis. During her tenure at St. Elizabeth's in Granite City she dealt with depression, grief, marital and family issues. 191 In 1997 she became the coordinator for the employee assistance program out of St. Elizabeth's Medical Center. At that time her practice began to focus more on mental health issues and less on substance abuse. In 2001 Hasty went into private practice when she co-­‐founded Cornerstone Counseling. Hasty said she occasionally treated Kim Dorsey before her daughters' deaths. Hasty testified that in April 2008 Kim contacted her and asked to resume counseling and since April 2008 Kim has received continual therapy. Hasty testified that Kim remains under her care and will continue treatment in the future. Kim treats with Hasty at least once a month, and when possible, more frequently. During Kim's first visit after the death of her daughters, Hasty found that Kim suffered from depression, sleep problems, feelings of guilt, loss of interest in things, change in appetite, change in weight, problems remembering things, death of loved ones and major loss. Hasty testified that Kim's depression was directly related to grief. Hasty defined grief as a reaction to a loss with cognitive, behavioral, physical, and mental health symptoms. She testified that the impact of grief depends upon various factors, including, in her words, the predictableness of loss, the preventability of the loss, the degree of personal suffering, and the intentionality of the loss. After the initial consult, Kim was prescribed (by coordinating Medical Doctor Greeling) 10 milligrams daily of Lexapro, an antidepressant, due to depressive symptoms, insomnia, racing thoughts and moodiness. Hasty stated that Kim's grief is complicated by the unexpectedness of her daughters' deaths and the preventability. Furthermore, she suffers from traumatic imagery due to not being 192 able to view her daughters after the crash. She stated that the mind tends to fill gaps and as Kim confronted images of the crash and the coroner's report, her mind imagined what happened to her daughters in the crash. Hasty testified that Kim has had to endure the fact that the death of her daughters is repeatedly in the media so she frequently and unexpectedly encounters the horror of her girls' deaths. Hasty testified that the loss of a child is different from other losses in that it denies the normal progression of life; she stated that when a child dies, the parent's hopes, dreams and future die as well. She said the loss of a child is the worst type of loss. Hasty explained that the loss of a child results in the parent viewing life in a bifurcated manner i.e. life before the child's death and life after the child's death. Hasty testified that Kim's grief is complicated by the fact that she has a surviving child and, as her surviving daughter experiences her own milestones, Kim will be reminded of those lost experiences with her two oldest daughters. Hasty stated that parental grief does not end it just changes in intensity and expression. She opined that as future milestones such as birthdays and graduations pass, waves of grief will fall upon Kim. Hasty stated that Kim's grief is exponentially worse due to the fact that she lost two children simultaneously. Hasty noted that Kim states that she misses her daughters everyday and will everyday into the future. In summation Hasty described the grief a parent suffers due to the loss of child as a sea of grief. In the beginning the waves are very high and very close together and one feels like they are drowning. Over time the waves get smaller and more spread out but on occasion the sea gets rough and the waves increase. Hasty said that while the 193 intensity of the waves changes over time one never gets out of the water. She said that more grief is to come for Kim. She said Kim will never be the same. On cross-­‐
examination Hasty stated that parental grief does not end but changes in intensity and expression over time. Respondent also inquired about the June 4, 2009 Mood Survey filled out by Kim. Counsel for Respondent noted Kim self reported fairly low symptoms of anxiety, depression and anger. The Mood Survey was admitted into evidence as Respondent's Exhibit 1. Hasty concluded the Claimants' case in chief. At its conclusion Claimants offered Exhibits 1 through 6 into evidence. Exhibit 1 was the previously admitted guilty plea of Trooper Mitchell. Exhibit 2 was the Kassly Mortuary statement for Kelli's funeral services and was admitted without objection. Exhibit 3 was the Kassly Mortuary statement for Jessica's funeral services and was admitted without objection. Exhibit 4 was the internment fees for both girls and was admitted without objection. Exhibit 5 was Hasty's Clinical Summary and was admitted without objection. Exhibit 6 was the relevant United States Life tables and judicial notice was taken of those tables. The trial resumed on May 3, 2010, at which time Respondent presented its case. The first witness called by Respondent was Trooper John Schlepper. Trooper Schlepper has been a State Trooper for about ten years and has a total of 17 years in police work. Trooper Schlepper was the State Trooper initially assigned to the accident at Route 4 and Stein Road. After Mitchell assumed the call to Route 4 and Stein Road, Schlepper inquired of dispatch whether Mitchell needed assistance. The response was "yes". Schlepper proceeded toward Route 4 and Stein Road when he 194 received a call that there was a serious accident on I-­‐64 near Illinois Route 158 involving a state trooper with a possible fatality. Schlepper testified that he assumed that the accident involved Mitchell because he was the only other trooper in the area. He stated that he proceeded to the scene and probably travelled about 110 mph to 115 mph while he was in the three-­‐lane portion of I-­‐64 but slowed when I-­‐
64 reduced to two lanes. Schlepper testified that he travelled that fast because there was a possible fatality and perhaps other serious injuries. Schlepper arrived at the scene about 5 to 10 minutes after the accident call and pulled into the westbound lane. He saw the vehicle of the Uhl sisters and could tell they were dead. He proceeded to Mitchell's vehicle. A woman (who later turned out to be an off-­‐
duty paramedic) was attending to Mitchell. He was bleeding. His legs appeared to be trapped. Schlepper testified that Mitchell asked for him to pull the videotape from Mitchell's vehicle because someone had cut him off. His supervisors arrived on scene and Schlepper told them about the tape. On cross-­‐examination, Schlepper conceded that the original dispatch message for the Route 4 and Stein Road accident stated that the accident was secure and that other police departments along with EMS personnel were on the scene. Schlepper stated that in responding to the Route 4 and Stein Road accident, he considered his role an "emergency" even though he was there to help with towing because other vehicles could hit the vehicles already involved. He also stated that when he was proceeding to Route 4 and Stein Road on the two lane portion of Interstate 64 he was travelling with his warning lights on at about 75 mph to 85 195 mph but not with his sirens activated. He also testified that driving 126 mph while emailing and talking on his cell phone was not reasonable care. After repeated questioning, he also conceded that Mitchell's conduct in travelling 126 mph in this case was not reasonable care. On redirect examination, Schlepper stated that he did not know what Mitchell heard of the dispatch message regarding the accident on Route 4 at Stein Road and that it was possible for a trooper to miss part of a dispatch message. The final witness was Dr. Thomas Langford. Dr. Langford received a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a MBA in Operations Research from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce. Dr. Langford received a Ph.D. in Regional Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Regional Science is an interdisciplinary study focused primarily on economics but also examining demography and geography. Dr. Langford worked under Illinois State Governor Ogilvie in 1970 as the assistant director for the Bureau of Budget for State Economic Developing Planning. In 1976 he formed his own research and consulting firm. Dr. Langford was retained by Respondent to offer an opinion as to the value of the economic loss of the parents of the Uhl sisters due to their deaths. Dr. Langford testified that there are two methodologies for valuing the economic loss of parents due to the death of child. The first looks at the expected return, i.e. how much future support the child will provide the parent. The second method is based upon the costs to raise a child. This second method reaches a conclusion that the value of the child is worth somewhere in excess of the costs to rear the child. Dr. Langford opined that based upon studies and figures from the United States 196 Department of Agriculture the economic value of Jessica to her parents would be in excess of $189,420 and Kelli in excess of $144,344. At this point Dr. Langford's report was admitted into evidence without objection as Respondent's Exhibit 2. On cross-­‐examination Dr. Langford stated that although he had been retained by Respondent to offer opinions as to the economic loss of the parents due to the death of their two children he conceded that he did not know the definition of "pecuniary loss" under Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions. Dr. Langford also conceded that he could not recall any specifics about the educational training of Jessica or Kelli but claimed that he recalled reviewing deposition transcripts containing that information. Upon further questioning Dr. Langford acknowledged that he mistakenly recalled reviewing multiple deposition transcripts in the case, specifically Brian Uhl's, because only one deposition had been taken in this case, that of Kim Dorsey. Dr. Langford was then asked about the Uhl sister's surviving siblings, Tony and Mady, and he stated that he was not retained to offer opinions as to the economic losses to the surviving siblings. When pressed Dr. Langford conceded that he did not have numerous pieces of information such as the goals and aspirations of the Uhl sisters, their individual work histories, and their contributions around the household. Dr. Langford stated that his valuations of $189,420 for Jessica and $144,344 for Kelli were "minimum values" and that he had no opinion as to what the maximum values would be. Dr. Langford conceded that he could not calculate the value of the loss of love, affection, care, attention, companionship, comfort, guidance and protection the family suffered due to the loss of Jessica and Kelli. 197 At this point the evidence was closed. Claimants and Respondent were permitted to present both oral and written closing arguments. On the issue of liability Claimants' counsel cited the testimony of Kris Gebke the Illinois State Police accident reconstruction expert who testified that Mitchell did not exercise reasonable care in travelling at 126 mph and that talking on his cell phone and using his computer only compounded the unreasonableness of the behavior. Counsel also cited the testimony of erstwhile Illinois State Police Director, Larry Trent who called Mitchell's conduct indefensible. Claimants' counsel also pointed out that the Respondent's own witness Trooper Schlepper conceded that Mitchell did not exercise reasonable care by driving in excess of 125 mph. On the issue of damages Claimants cited other verdicts and settlements involving police chases. Claimants' counsel also noted the 2007 change in the law that allows compensation for grief and suffering in wrongful death cases. Claimants asked for $23 million for the beneficiaries of the estate of Jessica and $23 million for the beneficiaries of the estate of Kelli for a total of $46 million. Respondent offered oral argument and a written brief in support of its defense. Respondent argued that Mitchell and by extension the State was not negligent in this case. Respondent argued that Mitchell did not hear the entire dispatch message. As a result he proceeded to the Route 4 accident on the assumption that it was a serious emergency. Respondent argued that the cell phone call terminated prior to Mitchell being cut off by another car and that he had both hands on the wheel when he took evasive action. 198 Respondent argues in its written brief that Mitchell was not the proximate cause of the deaths of Jessica and Kelli because it was not foreseeable that he would be cut off by another car. Respondent also argues in its closing brief that Mitchell, if found to be negligent, is entitled to Public Official Immunity and that, under the doctrine respondeat superior the State has that same claim of immunity. As to damages Respondent cites other Court of Claims cases, the testimony of its expert and cites as guidance the Illinois Auto Liability Fund (20 ILCS 405/405-­‐
105 (16)) which has a liability limitation of $2 million per occurrence involving a state employee. III. Analysis Claimants have made a wrongful death claim for the deaths of Jessica Uhl and Kelli Uhl due to the negligence of Trooper Mitchell. In order to prevail, Claimants must establish a duty owed to them, a breach of that duty, and damages proximately resulting from that breach. See Koepp v. State of Illinois, 46 Ill.Ct.Cl. 344 (1993). Respondent stipulated that Trooper Mitchell was acting within the scope of employment so the sole remaining liability issue is whether Trooper Mitchell breached a duty owed to Jessica and Kelli. An Illinois State Trooper driving in an emergency situation owes a duty to operate his vehicle with due regard for the safety of the motorist public. 625 ILCS 5/11-­‐205(e); see also Koepp, supra. For example, a trooper may exceed the posted speed limits so long as he does not endanger life and/or property of the public. However, a state trooper has a duty to drive his police car with due regard for the safety of all persons. This duty of care arises independently of the trooper's status as an employee of the State of Illinois, 199 and affords him no public or state immunity from his negligent actions. Currie v. Lao, 198 Ill. App. 3d 625, 556 N.E.2d 318 (3d Dist., 1990), aff'd, 148 Ill. 2d 151, 592 N.E.2d 977 (Ill. 1992). See 625 ILCS 5/11-­‐205(c)(3) and 5/11-­‐205(e)(1); see also Koepp, supra. During the course of the trial, evidence was presented by Claimants that Trooper Mitchell did not exercise due care for the safety of the motorist public in that he (1) drove at excessive speed for conditions; (2) drove at excessive speed while emailing on his vehicle's computer; (3) drove at excessive speed while on his personal cell phone; and (4) drove at excessive speed while emailing on his computer and talking on his personal cell phone. Respondent presented evidence, the testimony of Trooper Mitchell, that at the time he lost control of the vehicle he was not emailing on his computer nor was he on his personal cell phone. Respondent also presented evidence, the testimony of Trooper Mitchell, that the cause of him losing control of his vehicle was a white car that had cut him off. In its trial brief, Respondent raises the issue of proximate cause. Respondent asserts that it was not foreseeable that Mitchell would be cut off by another car and as such the causation element of a negligence claim was not met. Trooper Mitchell is not a credible witness. He said he lied in the criminal proceedings just three days prior to his testimony in these proceedings. Beyond that, his testimony was inconsistent and wholly self serving. One example of this is his assertion in his testimony that he exercised reasonable care, despite the fact that on the busiest shopping day of the year he was going 126 mph, while talking on the phone to his girlfriend and emailing a fellow trooper to respond to an accident scene 200 that was already secure. Respondent offered no corroboration for Trooper Mitchell's testimony that he was cut off by a white car that day. Even if the events were as claimed, it would still not exonerate Respondent from liability since the testimony of all of the witnesses implicated Trooper Mitchell's speed alone as reflecting the absence of due care. While Illinois law does give police vehicles special privileges on the highways, the courts have held that despite the special privileges conferred, the operator of a police vehicle must exercise reasonable care under the circumstances. Thus, for example, in Bouhl v. Smith, 130 Ill. App. 3d 1067, 475 N.E.2d 244 (3d Dist., 1985), a county sheriff's officer and county were liable for injuries sustained by the driver of a truck as result of a rear-­‐end collision. The accident occurred when the officer, en route to the scene of another accident in his squad car with lights and siren activated, approached an intersection at about 35 mph, though it was starting to sleet or snow and the pavement was wet and slippery. When the officer attempted to pass a line of cars waiting at the stop sign by travelling in the left-­‐hand lane of a two-­‐lane highway a third vehicle unexpectedly turned off the intersecting highway into left-­‐hand lane. When the officer swerved back into the right-­‐hand lane and attempted to brake, he skidded into the rear-­‐end of plaintiff's truck, which was stopped in line with the other cars. The Court held that despite the special privileges conferred to an operator of an authorized emergency vehicle the officer must exercise reasonable care under the circumstances. As to the claim in Bouhl that the true cause of the accident was that Officer Smith had been cut off by an "unknown vehicle" not involved in the accident the Court commented: 201 Neither the presence of the unknown motorist, nor the existing weather and road conditions, nor the emergency to which Smith was responding provides an adequate explanation-­‐or excuse for the defendant's failure to maintain control of his squad car so-­‐as to avoid colliding with the plaintiff's truck. Where, as here, it is clearly established that the plaintiff performed no act or omission which could in any way be considered negligent, and the perilous situation which led to the accident was a creation of the defendant emergency vehicle operator's own negligence, then the defendant must be found negligent. The act or omission of the driver of the unknown vehicle could not have been a superseding cause of plaintiff's injuries, since it was not established that his appearance at the "T" intersection was in any respect an unforeseeable circumstance. 130 Ill. App. 3d 1067, 475 N.E.2d 244, (3d Dist., 1985). Similarly, even assuming arguendo that Trooper Mitchell was "cut off" by a white vehicle, he was negligent given the circumstances, i.e., driving 126 mph on the busiest shopping day of the year while talking on a cell phone and sending an email. Larry Trent, the former director of the Illinois State Police, testified that Trooper Mitchell's actions were irresponsible on that day based solely upon the fact that he was driving 126 mph. Trent testified that when travelling at 126 mph the state police vehicle overdrives the siren and other drivers do not have adequate notice that an officer is operating a vehicle in an emergency situation and cannot react appropriately. Trent concluded that Trooper Mitchell's conduct that day was "indefensible". The fact that he was talking on his phone and using his computer only compounded the lack of care. Respondent's own witness, Trooper Schlepper, corroborated the opinion of former Illinois State Police Director Trent. Schlepper opined that Mitchell's conduct in travelling 126 mph in this case was not the exercise of reasonable care. In addition, Trent's opinion is further supported by the testimony of Kris Gebke, 202 Illinois State Trooper Accident Reconstructionist. Gebke testified that Trooper Mitchell was not justified in driving 126 mph under the circumstances of this case. Gebke stated that Mitchell's operation of the vehicle at 126 mph, by itself, was sufficient to establish the absence of due care. Gebke concluded that the cause of the accident was Trooper Mitchell's inability to maintain control of his vehicle and that Trooper Mitchell's vehicle speed was a major contributing factor in his losing control of his vehicle. After consideration of all evidence the issue of liability is clear: when Trooper Mitchell drove his State of Illinois vehicle at a speed of 126 mph he operated his vehicle in a manner that endangered life and/or property of the public, he breached his duty of reasonable care owed to Jessica and Kelli, and his acts caused their deaths. See e.g., Kasper v. Curran, 24 Ill. App. 2d 380, 164 N.E.2d 506 (2d Dist., 1960) reversing a j.n.o.v. entered by the trial court for the defendant deputy sheriff where the appellate court said that "reasonable persons might well conclude that the defendant, in driving his squad car at a speed between 65 and 90 miles per hour under conditions existing, was guilty of willful and wanton conduct". With the issue of liability resolved the next question is whether, even though liable, Trooper Mitchell and by extension Respondent, are entitled to the protections afforded by the common law doctrine of Public Official Immunity. Respondent cites Currie v. Lao, 148 Ill. 2d 151, 592 N.E.2d 977 (Ill. 1992) and other cases in support of its assertion that a public official cannot be held liable for the decisions made in the course of performing his or her official duties. Respondent claims the State, therefore, is not liable for Mitchell's conduct. In support it also 203 cites Larson v. Darnell. 113 Ill. App. 3d 975, 448 N.E.2d 249 (3d Dist., 1983) which held where a State employee is immune under the common law doctrine of Public Immunity, so is the State. The controlling case on the issue of Public Official Immunity is Koepp v. State of Illinois, supra. While Respondent attempts to distinguish the facts of Koepp from the instant case (there the issue was the trooper's failure to deploy his siren responding to call involving a fight at a night club) the conclusion in Koepp has equal application to this case. In Koepp we said, The Respondent has also raised the issues of sovereign immunity and public officials immunity in bar of Claimant's claim. Ordinary negligence standards apply to operators of emergency vehicles. The duty owed to a motorist by a State trooper when dispatched to a disturbance is not a discretionary duty...The cause is properly before the Court of Claims and is not barred by the Public Immunity Doctrine. Koepp at page 351. We note that there are circumstances where the State is immune from liability but only where the duty is discretionary. For example, in Howard v. State, 39 Ill.Ct.Cl. 4 (1987), Claimant hit a deer on a state highway. He alleged the State should have posted deer crossing signs. We dismissed the complaint finding the placement of deer crossing signs a discretionary duty and that the State was immune from liability for accidents allegedly caused by the failure to erect such signs. But the conclusion in Koepp applies with equal force here. Mitchell's duty in operating his vehicle on his way to the scene of an accident was not discretionary, so the Public Immunity Doctrine does not apply. The next issue is the amount of damages that resulted to the Estates of Jessica Uhl and Kelli Uhl. Prior to discussing the specific damages in this case the 204 Court notes that normally tort claims made in the Court of Claims are subject to a $100,000 cap on damages. There is an exception for cases when a claimant is injured due to the negligence of a state employee while operating a state owned vehicle. 705 ILCS 505/8(d). This case presents such a situation. It is undisputed and stipulated that when Mitchell struck Jessica and Kelli he was an Illinois State Police Trooper driving an Illinois State Police vehicle acting within the course of his employment. The $100,000 cap on damages does not apply in this case. Respondent cites the Illinois Auto Liability Fund, 20 ILCS 405/405-­‐105 (11) which sets forth a $2,000,000 self insurance limit for accidents involving a state employee operating a motor vehicle. Respondent states that the limits established in this fund "...should, at a minimum, serve as a guide in making a damages award in this case, if one is necessary." (Respondent's closing brief at page 11). However that Act is simply a codification of the state self insurance plan and does not operate as a limitation of recovery under Section 8 (d) of the Court of Claims Act. The Illinois appellate courts have addressed jurisdictional issues where a plaintiff seeks recovery for injuries when a state employee is acting in the course of his employment and in so doing addressed the above provisions. For example, Landon v. Jarvis, 255 Ill.App.3d, 439, 627 N.E.2d 371 (1st Dist., 1993), deals with a very narrow issue: "[t]he sole issue presented for review is whether the circuit court was the proper jurisdictional forum for deciding plaintiff's claim that State employee defendant acted negligently during the course of his employment." 205 In Landon, the plaintiff filed a complaint against defendant who was employed by Illinois Department of Transportation as a highway maintainer and had allegedly stopped the vehicle in the moving lanes of traffic without activating his emergency lights, without placing flares or other warning devices in the roadway when weather conditions and character of the road made it unsafe, and without giving sufficient notice to motorists. The trial court ultimately dismissed the case for lack of jurisdiction, stating that the Court of Claims was the proper forum. The court noted that "[t]here is no damage limitation in the Court of Claims for tort actions arising from the operation of a State motor vehicle by a State employee," citing the Court of Claims Act Section 8(d) (Ill.Rev.Stat.1991, ch. 37. par. 439.8(d)). Specific to this case, the Illinois Wrongful Death Act creates a cause of action in the name of the personal representatives on behalf of the next-­‐of-­‐kin. 740 ILCS 180/1 et seq. In a wrongful death case the claimant brings the action in the representative capacity by reason of being administrator of the estate of the deceased. She represents the next of kin of the deceased; they are the real parties in interest in the lawsuit, and in that sense are the real plaintiffs whose damages are to be determined. 740 ILCS 180/1; also see Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions, Civil 31.09. Central to this case when assessing damages, we note that Illinois law now allows compensation for grief, sorrow and mental suffering. 206 The Illinois Wrongful Death Act was first enacted in 1852 and almost from the outset Illinois courts prohibited recovery for bereavement. See Chicago and A.R. Co v. Shannon, 43 Ill. 338, 1867 WL 5039 (1867). But on May 31, 2007, Public Act 95-­‐3 was signed into effect expanding the Illinois Wrongful Death Act, 740 ILCS 180/2 for actions accruing on or after its effective date allowing the judge or jury to award emotional damages to the surviving kin: In every such action the jury may give such damages as they shall deem a fair and just compensation with reference to the pecuniary injuries resulting from such death, including damages for grief, sorrow, and mental suffering, to the surviving spouse and next of kin of such deceased person. (Emphasis added) Thus, in assessing damages, the Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions now include compensation to the next of kin for grief, sorrow and mental suffering. See Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions, Civil 31.0. Beginning in the early 1980s the Illinois Supreme Court recognized certain non-­‐economic damages that a claimant could recover under the Act and included those damages in the pecuniary injury definition. For example, in the decision of Elliott v. Willis, 92 Ill. 2d 530, 442 N.E.2d 163 (Ill. 1982) the plaintiff asked the trial court to instruct the jury when assessing damages to consider "the reasonable value of the society, companionship and conjugal relationship that the plaintiff had with her husband, and which she had been deprived of because of his death." After Elliott, the Illinois Supreme Court continued to expand the scope, of pecuniary injury involving non-­‐economic losses. In Bullard v. Barnes, 102 Ill. 2d 505, 468 N.E.2d 1228 (Ill. 1984), the court held that parents are entitled to a 207 presumption of pecuniary injury from the loss of a deceased child's society and companionship in a wrongful death action. Although damages recoverable under the Act were expanded in Bullard to include loss of consortium, juries were forced to make their decisions by disregarding any consideration of the impact the death had on survivors emotionally. But, as we note, recovery for grief, sorrow or mental anguish is now recoverable under the May 2007 amended Act. In wrongful death actions next of kin may recover damages for loss of society and companionship. Elliott v. Wills. 92 Ill. 2d. 530, 442 N.E. 2d 163 (Ill. 1982). Loss of society damages may also be claimed by siblings but they do not enjoy the same presumption of pecuniary loss as parents. In Re Estate of Finley, 151 Ill. 2d 95, 601 N.E.2d 699 (Ill. 1992). See also Bullard v. Barnes, supra. As it relates to Tony and Mady, there is no distinction between full and half-­‐
siblings based on 755 ILCS 5/2-­‐1 as set forth in Johnson v. Provena St. Therese Medical Ctr., 334 Ill. App.3d 581, 778 N.E.2d 298 (2d Dist., 2002): For purposes of determining who is entitled to damages under the Wrongful Death Act, just compensation may be awarded to the "next of kin" of a decedent. "Next of kin" are those blood relatives of the decedent who are in existence at the time of the decedent's death who would take the decedent's property if the decedent had died intestate. Miller v. Kramarczyk, 306 Ill.App.3d 731, 714 N.E.2d 613 (2d Dist., 1999). Under the statutory rules of intestate descent of the Probate Act, if there is no surviving spouse or descendant but a parent, brother, sister, or descendant of a brother or sister of the decedent, the estate passes to the parents, brothers, sisters, and nephews and nieces of the decedent. 755 ILCS 5/2-­‐1(d) (West 2000). No distinction is made between the "kindred of the whole and the half blood." 755 ILCS 5/2-­‐1 (West 2000). Applying these principles and rules to the present case, the eligible beneficiaries to the wrongful death proceeds include (the) natural parents, siblings, and half-­‐siblings that were in existence at the time of death. 208 Punitive damages are not recoverable in a wrongful death action. Gardner v. Geraghty, 98 Ill. App. 3d 10, 423 N.E.2d 1321 (1st Dist., 1981). Parents automatically assume a position of financial responsibility. Thus, when computing damages we should consider a dollar value arising from the loss of the child's society but also deduct from this figure the likely expenditures the family would have incurred had the child lived. Bullard supra at 518. "Society" has been defined as the mutual benefits each family member receives from each other's continued existence. This includes love, care, attention, affection, companionship and comfort. Simmons v. University of Chicago Hospitals, 247 Ill. App. 3d 177, 617 N.E.2d 278 (1st Dist.,1993). With the foregoing statutory guidance and case law as a backdrop this Court now must assess the value of the loss of Jessica and Kelli to the next of kin. Both Claimants and Respondent have cited recent verdicts and settlements in support of the damages issue. The Court takes judicial notice of these and other similar cases. But ultimately the task of determining damages is on a case by case basis. There exists no definitive mathematical formula rule by which to reach such a conclusion, the circumstances of each case are the only guide. We are simply directed to calculate the amount of pecuniary damages resulting from the death including damages for grief, sorrow and mental suffering to be awarded to each eligible beneficiary. 740 ILCS 180/2. Claimants went to great lengths to present evidence of the relationship of Jessica and Kelli with their family. Claimants called twenty-­‐
four witnesses to talk about Jessica's and Kelli's lives. These witnesses included family, friends, co-­‐workers of the parents, and educators. The picture presented 209 before the Court was that of a close and loving family. The testimony presented demonstrated that the divorce of the girls' parents did not diminish the love and affection the parents shared for Jessica and Kelli and that Jessica and Kelli remained a part of the lives of both parents and their two younger siblings. In the end Jessica and Kelli were an integral part of a modern divorced family and from all accounts brought joy and pleasure to their parents and younger siblings. There was testimony as to the circumstances of the deaths of Jessica and Kelli and those circumstances are relevant to assessing the grief, sorrow and mental suffering of their parents and younger siblings. As Kim Hasty, a licensed professional counselor and the only clinical witness on the issue of grief and mental suffering testified, the impact of grief depends upon various factors, including predictableness of loss, preventability of the loss, and the intentionality of the loss. The testimony is that on the day after Thanksgiving after having spent the previous day and the morning of their death immersed in family activities Jessica and Kelli were ripped from the lives of their family without notice in a horrific and preventable automobile accident. The testimony presented is that Kimberly Dorsey was frantic wondering where her missing daughters were and received first notification from uniformed police officers and the coroner who grimly approached her door. She could not bring herself to answer the door. She knew her worst fears were on the other side of that door. Brian Uhl actually drove by the accident scene when called into work and was notified by phone from the coroner that the horrendous auto crash scene that was still vivid in his memory actually took the lives of his two oldest children. The 210 parents and siblings then had to endure the reality that they could not say goodbye to their sisters and daughters, since the Uhl sisters were "unviewable" due to the condition of the bodies after this high-­‐impact and high-­‐velocity crash. In the minds of their parents, the recurrent vivid imagery of the crash and the condition of the girls at and after impact, per the testimony of Hasty further exacerbated the grief. Since then on days when least expected, the parents and siblings accidentally confront images of the gruesome deaths thrust before them by the recurring publicity. As stated by Hasty in her report (Claimants' Exhibit 5), "The grief process is not one of weeks or months, but of a lifetime as Mrs. Schlau's life has been forever changed. Grief is a condition for which there is no cure." By way of response, in its closing brief Respondent asks that in assessing damages the Court consider the mood survey filled out by Kim in June 2009. In that survey she reports low symptoms of grief, depression and anger. It is contended that her anguish has dissipated or resolved. Respondent's position does not take into account the real gravamen of Kim Hasty's testimony: grief is a lifelong process. Respondent's position does not address the evidence regarding the grief and sorrow these parents experienced losing not just one child, but two in such a sudden, unanticipated and cruel manner. Kim Hasty testified that parental grief does not end, that it is just changes in intensity. There was the initial shock. The sudden loss. There were no goodbyes, no closure. The girls were not even viewable, the media relentless. Kim testified that while she was overwhelmed with grief, over time she redirected her sorrow into good works, such as advocacy for 211 safety in police pursuits, legislation limiting or prohibiting texting or phoning while driving, organizing benefits for scholarships in her daughters' names and the development of a memorial website. She testified that although she wants to stay in bed all day, her surviving daughter Mady and the voices of Kelli and Jessica urge her to keep going. Claimants have sufficiently demonstrated that Kim's self-­‐assessment report to her therapist is a reflection not of an absence of grief and sorrow, but that the human spirit is capable of great resiliency and that at some point Kim chose to turn her attention to the life she must live following the death of her daughters. The evidence presented for Brian is similar. He screamed in anguish as he drove to Kim's house following his learning of his daughters' deaths. His emotions at first were rage and the need to seek vengeance. His pain is quieter now. He seeks comfort in his faith and from his loved ones. He is now "darker and heavier". He has lost his spontaneity and lack of inhibition. In addition to grief, one of the factors to consider is loss of society. The testimony demonstrated that the parents of Jessica and Kelli Uhl will not be able to experience the pleasures associated with the significant milestones in the lives of their daughters. There will be no more graduations involving the girls, no more birthdays, no more holidays and no future grandchildren. Each time one of these milestones comes and passes the parents have lost the right to share these moments with their daughters and when those occur, they endure additional mental suffering. The law also allows survivors to be compensated for the deprivations associated with the loss of "mere" day to day observations of one's children as they grow and develop. As for the siblings each has gone from a 212 member of a three-­‐sibling family to an only child. The evidence shows that both Mady and Tony have lost not only the future milestones cited above but have also lost the love, affection, care, attention, companionship, and guidance of two older sisters. Mady who is now in counseling cries for attention. Tony's grandpa finds him weeping. His teachers say Tony is withdrawn when he thinks of his angels in heaven. There is no presumption of pecuniary injuries to siblings. See Estate of Finley, supra. But we find that Claimants' counsel has demonstrated that Tony and Mady suffered significant pecuniary loss. The law provides that the life expectancy of the decedents and their next of kin is to be considered as a backdrop to an evaluation of loss of society. According to the Mortality Tables, a person Jessica's age would have had a normal life expectancy of an additional 63.0 years, and a person Kelli's age would live on average an additional 67.9 years. As of the date of the Uhl sisters' deaths, a person Kim's age has a life expectancy of an additional 42.6 years, while Brian had an average expectancy of an additional 36.8 years. A youth Mady's age could be expected to live 72.9 more years and one Tony's age 71.0 years more. Respondent presented Dr. Langford to value the lives of the Uhl sisters. Dr. Langford's report does not purport to address all of the issues before this Court on the issue of damages. First, by his own admission he was not provided detailed information that he requested in preparation of his report and testified that he made assumptions that the girls were "normal", but could not recall what he relied upon in making his conclusions as to the normalcy of the lives of the Uhl sisters. Second, Dr. Langford testified that his valuations were minimum values and that he 213 had no opinion as to what the maximum values would be and he could not calculate the other compensable elements of damages: the value of the loss of love, affection, care, attention, companionship, comfort, guidance and protection that the family suffered due to the loss of Jessica and Kelli. Finally, Dr. Langford's report includes a disclaimer: "Prior to the request to value the lives of Jessica E. Uhl and Kelli C. Uhl, to the best of my knowledge, I have not met nor known of them or their parents, Kimberly Dorsey or Brian Uhl, or other members of their family." Dr. Langford's analysis does not address the fact that in Illinois parents are entitled to a presumption of pecuniary loss. Smith v. Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, 203 Ill. App. 3d 465, 560 N.E.2d 1164 (lst Dist., 1990). In Mercy, the court noted "the presumption that parents derive significant financial benefits from their children bears little, if any resemblance to modern family life. The chief value of children to their parents is the intangible benefits they provide in the form of comfort, counsel and society, the court recognizes a rebuttable presumption of the loss of a minor child's society." The established rule is that if the wrongful death action is brought for a surviving spouse or lineal next of kin, the law presumes substantial pecuniary damages arising from the relationship alone, and it is immaterial whether they received pecuniary assistance from the deceased in the past. Rather, if depends upon whether but for a defendant's negligence society would have been exchanged. That there may have been no society in the past is irrelevant; it is the loss into the future which is compensable. Prendergast v. Cox, 128 Ill. App. 3d 84, 89, 470 N.E.2d 34, 27 (1st Dist., 1984); Schmall v. Village of Addison, 171 Ill. App. 3d 344, 352, 525 214 N.E.2d 258, 284 (2d Dist., 1988). As such Dr. Langford's testimony and opinions offer little probative value to the true value of the claim in this matter. It is the obligation of this Court to assess damages. In addition, Section 180/2 of the Wrongful Death Act (740 ILCS 180/2 (West 1992)) imposes on the Court in which the cause is heard the additional obligation to determine the distribution of the award. See also, Barry v. Owens Corning, 282 Ill. App. 3d 199, 668 N.E. 2d 8 (1st Dist., 1996). Based upon a review of the testimony of all of the witnesses and consideration of the tremendous pain and suffering associated with the deaths of Jessica and Kelli as to the next of kin, our prohibition on awarding punitive damages, and without considering the pain and suffering of Jessica and Kelli themselves, this Court enters judgment for Claimants' and enters an award as follows: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Claimants' claim is granted. Four million dollars ($4,000,000.00) is to be paid to Claimant Kimberly Dorsey, as Administrator of the Estate of Jessica Uhl and four million dollars ($4,000,000.00) to Kimberly Dorsey, as Administrator of the Estate of Kelli Uhl. In accord with our obligation to determine distribution of the award and subject to the duties and obligations of the court conducting the probate proceeding that arises from this action we find specific distribution to the next of kin as follows: The Estate of Jessica Uhl To Kimberly Schlau (previously Kim Dorsey) for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as for grief, sorrow and mental suffering, but deducting any 215 expenses incurred had her children survived, for the loss of Jessica Uhl, one million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000.00). To Brian Uhl for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as for grief, sorrow and mental suffering, but deducting any expenses incurred had his children survived, for the loss of Jessica Uhl, one million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000.00). To Anthony Uhl for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as grief, sorrow and mental suffering, for the loss of Jessica Uhl, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00). To Madelyn Dorsey for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as grief, sorrow and mental suffering, for the loss of Jessica Uhl, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00). Total award for Estate of Jessica Uhl, four million dollars ($4,000,000.00). The Estate of Kelli Uhl To Kimberly Schlau (previously Kim Dorsey) for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as for grief, sorrow and mental suffering, but deducting any expenses incurred had her children survived, for the loss of Kelli Uhl, one million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000.00). To Brian Uhl for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as for grief, sorrow and mental suffering, but deducting any expenses incurred had his children survived, for the loss of Kelli Uhl, one million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($1,750,000.00). 216 To Anthony Uhl for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as grief, sorrow and mental suffering, for the loss of Kelli Uhl, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00). To Madelyn Dorsey for pecuniary loss including loss of society as well as grief, sorrow and mental suffering, for the loss of Kelli Uhl, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00). Total award for Estate of Kelli Uhl, four million dollars ($4,000,000.00). IT IS SO ORDERED. 217 (No. 04-­‐CC-­‐4688 – Claim awarded) HOMER RIVERA, individually and as father and next friend of PAUL RIVERA, a minor, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Respondent. Opinion filed March 2, 2011 SOO YEON LEE, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (MARTIN W. BURZAWS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Elements-­‐ Claimant must assert facts establishing the following: the existence of a duty that respondent owed him; that Respondent breached that duty; and that the breach proximately caused Claimant’s damages. Claimant must also establish that the State had either actual or constructive notice of the alleged defect or dangerous condition. Constructive notice-­‐ Constructive notice can be established by the length of time that the defect existed and/or the defect being so obvious that notice should be imputed by the nature of the condition itself. The condition of the fence that caused Claimant's injury was sharp and rusted, with shrubbery growing through it and it is not unreasonable to expect Respondent to have noticed it during one of their maintenance inspections. The condition existed for a sufficient period of time and was obvious enough to impute constructive notice to the State. Proximate cause-­‐ Proximate cause is any cause which, in natural or probably sequence, produced the injury alleged. It does not need to be the only, last, or nearest cause of the injury. It is sufficient if it occurs with some other cause acting at the same time, which, in combination with it causes the injury. Claimant established both cause in fact and legal cause. Respondent's negligence was a cause in fact of the injury because, had the fence been property maintained, the Claimant would not have been impaled by the fence after tripping over a tree root. Claimant also established legal cause as it was foreseeable that pedestrians would use the jogging trail and would come in contact with the fence. Contributory fault-­‐ Respondent's liability is limited by the extent to which Claimant's failure to exercise reasonable care in providing for his own safety contributed to his injuries. A claimant is barred from recovery if his contributory fault accounts for more than 50 percent of the proximate cause of his damages, but if his contributory fault accounts for 50 percent or less, recovery is diminished proportionate to the claimant's contributory fault. Claimant's action of running to the top of the hill in a wooded area where it was hard to see was negligent conduct that contributed to his injuries. Claimant was 50% at fault for his injuries and his award will be reduced accordingly. OPINION 218 Birnbaum, J. Claimant, Homer Rivera (individually and as father and next friend of Paul Rivera), filed this two-­‐count complaint sounding in negligence on June 21, 2004. Claimant seeks damages for injuries that Paul suffered after being impaled on the left side of his neck by a broken wire chain link fence on property owned and maintained by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT). This injury occurred when Paul tripped onto said fence while jogging through the Cook County Forest Preserve (commonly known as LaBagh Woods) which runs along the Edens Expressway near Cicero Avenue and Foster Avenue in Chicago. In Count I, Claimant asserts that IDOT negligently maintained the broken wire fence that was the proximate cause of Paul's injuries. Claimant seeks $55,000 for pain and suffering, $27,000 for loss of normal life, and $3,000 for disfigurement for a total of $85,000. In Count II, Claimant asserts that as the parent of the injured minor, he is entitled to $12,025.67 in compensation for medical damages under the Family Expense Statute, 750 ILCS 65/15. FACTUAL BACKGROUND This matter went to hearing on December 1, 2009, before a commissioner. At that hearing, Paul Rivera testified that on June 21, 2003, he and four friends were jogging in the Cook County Forest Preserve. Paul was 15 years old at the time and had been to the Preserve four times before. Paul and his friends entered through the main entrance of the Preserve and proceeded to jog on one of the dirt paths going through the woods. Paul testified there are similar dirt paths throughout the Preserve. While none of these dirt paths are marked with signs designating them as 219 trails, he was certain that they are trails meant for foot travel because they stand out from the surrounding ground packed with grass and other vegetation. Paul further testified that he did not remember what time they started jogging, but he remembered the sun was still out. He noted "everything was camouflaged" because despite the daylight, it was still hard to see things in the Preserve because it is so heavily wooded. After about an hour of jogging on the trail, Paul and his friends were tired and wanted to go home. Paul ran ahead to see if the trail led to an exit. Paul further testified that the trail headed directly toward the Edens Expressway up to the top of a hill, then immediately curved away from the Expressway and ran parallel to it. From the top of the hill, the Expressway was about 60 feet straight ahead. Based on where the fence posts were, had the fence been up, it would have been a couple of feet in front of him. Paul estimated that about eight feet of the fence was on the ground. The portion he fell on was about a foot off the ground and covered the edge of where the trail began to curve. He described the fence as in very poor condition: it was very sharp and rusted with shrubs on it, "like nature grew right on it." Paul's friends were about ten seconds behind him as he started running eight to ten feet upwards on the hill. When he got to the top, he tripped over a large tree root and impaled himself in the neck when he landed on a broken chain link wire fence on the ground that was partially on the trail. He could not see the root or the fence until he got to the top of the hill when it was already too late. Soon after, one 220 of Paul's friends tripped over the root as well. He caught himself from falling, but still cut his arm against the fence. When Paul landed on the broken wire fence, a sharp edge went through his neck causing a laceration that was approximately five centimeters deep and three inches long. He was bleeding a lot and his friends eventually flagged down a law enforcement officer, and he was taken to a hospital by ambulance. He recalled that it was still daylight when he was transported in the ambulance. At the hospital, he was x-­‐rayed for fractures and received six stitches for the laceration on the left side of his neck. An angiogram revealed that there was no vascular damage, but Paul testified that the procedure was very painful, stating that the doctors had to cut his leg open and insert a camera into his artery. Because of this procedure, he was not supposed to bend his knee for a while so his leg was placed in a brace for a couple of days. Paul had a follow-­‐up doctor's visit three weeks later to receive a tetanus shot, then a second visit to have the stitches removed. He has a permanent scar on the left side of his neck that is two inches long and approximately half an inch wide. The pain associated with the angiogram incision lasted for about the first two weeks, but the tight, throbbing pain in his neck lasted a little over a month and prevented him from being able to move his head very much. During this month-­‐
long period, Paul mostly rested in bed and was unable to perform normal, everyday functions like dressing himself, bending over, or picking things up due to the pain. He also had trouble sleeping well. 221 During the following five month period, Paul slowly got better and stronger. He was getting used to the discomfort and pain and was able to start performing some of the normal everyday functions. He still had constant pain in his neck and the scar was very sensitive. Over the subsequent six months, the pain in his neck became less constant. About a year after the injury, he was able to perform everyday functions without pain. At the time of his testimony, approximately five years after the injury, Paul still suffered some discomfort and pain when participating in certain extracurricular activities such as weightlifting, an activity he enjoys and had just started getting into before his injury. He is unable to challenge himself the way he would like. When he lifts weights over his head he sometimes gets a shooting pain from his neck that will make his arm drop. This shooting pain caused him to give up break dancing altogether because the neck pain rendered him unable to support himself with his left arm. Paul further testified that sometimes he gets spasms where the scar is when he looks peripherally. The scar is no longer sensitive but it occasionally causes him discomfort when it is touched or when he stretches. This slight, occasional sensitivity has caused him to play football much less because he is afraid of getting touched on the neck, though the appearance of the scar does not bother him. Sharon Watson, IDOT Litigation Supervisor, testified that she was not familiar with the area in question and had no personal knowledge about when/if the broken fence in question had last been repaired. The fence was installed over fifty years ago, but IDOT had no record of it. The parties stipulated that Watson's 222 testimony regarding notice was that IDOT had no actual notice of the broken fence prior to Claimant's incident. John English, Resident Technician of the IDOT Bureau of Maintenance since April of 2004 and a 26 ½ year IDOT veteran, testified that he is responsible for making sure the access control fences in his district, which includes the location in question, are in good repair. His duties include driving daily on state roadways and inspecting the fences for damage. Most of these daily inspections are conducted from inside his vehicle. Out-­‐of-­‐vehicle inspections usually occur only if the Bureau sends him to a particular location pursuant to a complaint or police report. English testified that part of the inspection process is dependent on citizen complaints and police reports because the Bureau is short-­‐staffed and there are nearly 1,000 miles of road to cover. English further testified that he knew of no complaints being filed regarding the fence in question prior to June 20, 2003. The first complaint about the fence in question that he was aware of was on February 18, 2007. He inspected the area on February 19, 2007, and noted the area surrounding the fence in question had "heavy brush and vegetation." He estimated that the fence was about 120 to 150 feet from the Edens Expressway, and though part of the fence was visible, no defects were visible from that distance, even when he stepped out of his vehicle. Due to the dense vegetation, English had to go through the Forest Preserve entrance to inspect the fence. He noted that on his way to the fence, there was thick vegetation and growth, stating, "the overgrowth was so thick, it was -­‐ it couldn't be 223 described as anything else than a wooded area." He also testified that he did not see any type of trail leading to the fence. Henry Torchalski, IDOT Engineer Technician 5, testified that on June 20, 2003, he was working with the Edens Expressway Yard and had been in that assignment for about a year. His duties included finding deficiencies in maintaining the roadway and the area twenty to sixty feet beside it. He clarified that he is not an inspector, but if he or his crew noticed anything wrong with the fence in question, they would have notified the appropriate personnel. He testified that prior to June 20, 2003, neither he nor any of his crew reported any defects about the fence in question. This Court heard oral arguments from both parties and each side submitted post oral argument briefs. LEGAL ANALYSIS To state a cause of action sounding in negligence, a claimant must assert facts establishing the following: the existence of a duty that respondent owed him; that respondent breached that duty; and that the breach proximately caused the claimant's damages. Estate of Johnson by Johnson v. Condell Memorial Hospital, 119 Ill.2d 496, 520 N.E.2d 37 (Ill. 1988). Generally, one owes a duty of ordinary care to guard against injuries to others that may result as a reasonably probable and foreseeable consequence of negligent conduct. Karas v. Strevell, 369 Ill.App.3d 884, 860 N.E.2d 1163 (2nd Dist., 2006). As part of this duty, the State must protect others from dangerous conditions on its premises. Van Der Heyden v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 341 (1996); Wilson v. State, 41 Ill. Ct. Cl. 50 (1989). However, the State is not an 224 insurer of the safety of all persons who visit its facilities. Bahl v. State, 49 Ill. Ct. Cl. 120 (1997). Claimant must also establish that the State had either actual or constructive notice of an alleged defect or dangerous condition before recovery is allowed. Dunbar v. State, 45 Ill. Ct. Cl. 175 (1992). In its post oral argument brief, Respondent raises the argument that it "owes no duty of care to maintain its right-­‐of-­‐ways for the use of unintended and unforeseeable users," citing numerous cases regarding the duty owed to pedestrians while on roadways. However, those cases are factually distinguishable from this case and therefore inapposite. Specifically, Paul Rivera was not a pedestrian on a roadway; rather, he was running on a jogging path and fell on a fence that was not properly maintained by IDOT. As Claimant points out in his post oral argument brief, "[t]he fence was installed by IDOT to separate and prevent people and animals from coming onto the expressway." As such, it is foreseeable that injury would occur if the fence was in disrepair. Notice Respondent does not contest that the broken wire fence constituted a dangerous condition. Rather, Respondent argues that it did not have notice of the condition and that the condition was not the proximate cause of Paul Rivera's injuries. We first address the issue of notice. There are two types of notice, actual and constructive. Watson, English and Torchalski all testified that Respondent had no actual notice about the condition of the fence prior to the incident. We next turn to constructive notice. The two general methods for proving constructive notice of a defect are the length of time that the defect existed and/or 225 the defect being so obvious that constructive notice should be imputed by the nature of the condition itself. Alsobrook v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 205 (1995); King v. State, 54 Ill. Ct. Cl. 305 (2001). However, the State is not an insurer of the safety of all persons travelling on its property. Bahl, supra. Accordingly, the State is not required to undertake extraordinarily burdensome inspections or maintain its property in such condition that patrons may wander at will over each and every portion thereof. Lyons v. State, 39 Ill. Ct. Cl. 192 (1987); Pulizanno v. State, 22 Ill. Ct. Cl. 234 (1956). Here, Paul Rivera described the condition of the fence as very poor. It was very sharp and rusted, with shrubbery growing through it. Respondent did not offer any evidence to dispute this characterization. Respondent contends that because the fence is subjected to harsh outdoor elements, its condition does not necessarily mean that it had been that way for a long time. We disagree. Fences are made to withstand the elements of nature over time, otherwise they would have to be replaced often. Rust aside, the growth of vegetation indicates that the fence was in this condition for a considerable period of time. Further, there is no indication that the area where the fence was in disrepair was a restricted area; to the contrary, it was part of a path available to pedestrians. Also, the damaged portion of the fence protruded onto the path. Combined with the fact that the fence had been in disrepair for a long period of time, it is not unreasonable to expect Respondent to have noticed it. This does not amount to burdensome inspections as in cases referenced above. Here, the State is charged with maintaining a fence in an area where there are paths for pedestrian traffic. 226 While the stretch of fence is long, it is a finite area along the highway where the fence runs. Proper maintenance of the fencing in this area is a reasonable expectation considering the Edens Expressway is a short distant beyond where the fence should have been erected, adding another element to the dangerous condition that existed. Accordingly, we find that the dangerous condition existed for a sufficient period of time and that the nature of the condition itself was so obvious as to impute constructive notice to the State. Proximate cause We now consider whether the dangerous condition was the proximate cause of Paul Rivera's injuries. Respondent contends that Claimant has failed to establish that the fence was the proximate cause of the injury Paul sustained since he fell on the fence after tripping on a root on IDOT property. "Proximate cause is any cause which, in natural or probable sequence, produced the injury complained of. It need not be the only cause or the last cause or the nearest cause. It is sufficient if it concurs with some other cause acting at the same time, which, in combination with it, causes the injury. (Definition adopted by Court from Illinois Pattern Jury Instructions.)" Harry W. Kuhn Redi-­‐Mix Concrete v. State, 45 Ill. Ct. Cl. 33 (1993). The term "proximate cause" encompasses two distinct requirements, "cause in fact" and "legal cause." Lee v. Chicago Transit Authority, 152 Ill.2d 432, 605 N.E.2d 493 (Ill. 1992). A defendant's conduct will be considered the "cause in fact" of an injury if it was a material element or substantial factor in bringing about the injury; but for the 227 negligent conduct, the injury would not have occurred. Abrams v. City of Chicago, 211 Ill.2d 251, 811 N.E.2d 670 (Ill. 2004). In the case sub judice, if the fence had been properly maintained, Paul would not have been impaled after tripping on the tree root. Thus, Respondent's negligence was a cause in fact of the injury sustained. The second requirement, "legal cause" is established only if the defendant's conduct is "so closely tied to the plaintiff's injury that he should be held legally responsible for it." Simmons v. Green, 198 Ill.2d 541, 762 N.E.2d 720 (Ill. 2002). The proper inquiry regarding legal cause involves an assessment of foreseeability, in which we ask whether the injury is of a type that a reasonable person would see as a likely result of his conduct. Young v. Bryco Arms, 213 Ill.2d 433, 821 N.E.2d 1078 (Ill. 2004). Respondent argues that the fence was not the legal cause of Paul's injury because the fence is an "occasion" and not a cause, citing Thompson v. County of Cook, 154 Ill.2d 374, 609 N.E.2d 290 (Ill. 1993). However, Thompson indicates the exact opposite, citing Briske v. Village of Burnham, 379 Ill. 193, 39 N.E.2d 976 (Ill. 1942): "[t]he cause of an injury is that which actually produces it, while the occasion is that which provides an opportunity for causal agencies to act." Here, the damaged fence is what actually produced the injury, i.e., the laceration to Paul's neck. The tree root provided the "occasion" which lead to the jagged fence on the ground which caused the injury. In any event, foreseeability is the relevant question regarding legal cause. We must ask if it is foreseeable that someone could get injured on the broken fence. It is obvious that the fence's jagged condition and sharp protruding edges rendered 228 it dangerous. The relevant issue is whether it is foreseeable that someone would come into contact with it. The fence, in its damaged condition, had fallen onto the trail. Even though Respondent notes that the paths were not marked as trails and were not paved, we are satisfied that these dirt paths were used as trails. While Respondent now contends that photos taken four years after the incident establish that there were no jogging trails in the Forest Preserve, we reject this argument and find that Claimant established that there was a trail used as a jogging path and Paul was injured while running on same. As set forth above, there is no evidence that visitors were prohibited from using them as trails or from the area in question. In fact, the very purpose of the fence was to prevent people from walking out onto the Edens Expressway; thus, it was foreseeable, even anticipated, that there would be pedestrian traffic in that area. Accordingly, Respondent's argument regarding proximate cause fails. Comparative Fault Respondent argues in the alternative that its negligence was not the sole proximate cause because Claimant's negligence also contributed to his damages. Respondent's liability is limited by the extent to which Claimant's failure to exercise reasonable care in providing for his own safety contributed to his injuries. Illinois follows a partial comparative negligence scheme: a plaintiff is barred from recovery if his contributory fault accounts for more than 50 percent of the proximate cause of his damages, but if his contributory fault accounts for 50 percent or less, recovery is 229 diminished proportionate to plaintiffs contributory fault. See Karas v. Strevell, supra; 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐1116. Respondent contends that Paul Rivera did not exercise reasonable care in providing for his own safety and thus contributed to his injuries. This apportionment of fault exceeds 50 percent, thus rendering Respondent not liable, or at a minimum, any award given should be reduced by the percentage of fault attributable to his negligence. For Respondent's argument to have merit, there must be a link between a negligent act by Claimant and his damages. Here, Paul Rivera's injuries occurred because of the dangerous condition of the fence. However, he came into contact with that dangerous condition after tripping over a tree root. Thus, if Paul's tripping over the tree root was due to negligence on his own part, he is liable for the portion attributable to his comparative negligence. Respondent infers that the area where Paul tripped and fell was not part of the dirt path and that he veered off the path when he ran up the hill. However, Paul testified that he followed the path up the hill and the broken fence was "partially on the trail on the edge like where the curve is." Nenad Gusa also testified that he was with Paul the day that he was injured and that they stayed on the dirt path. Gusa specifically testified after inquiry from the commissioner at the hearing that the path led up the hill which is why they followed it. There is no evidence in the record indicating that this area was not part of the dirt path. On the other hand, given the uneven terrain characteristic of a wooded area, the fact that Paul admitted it was hard to see things in the Preserve even when the 230 sun was out because it is a heavily wooded area, and the fact that he could not see what was at the top of the hill but ran up it anyway, it would be foreseeable to a reasonable person that he could trip and that, accordingly, he should use caution. Thus, we find that Paul was also negligent, and that his conduct more likely than not contributed to his injuries in that it exposed him to Respondent's dangerous condition. However, Paul's share of fault is not more that 50%. His negligence did set in motion the chain of events leading to his damages, but if Respondent had properly maintained the fence, Paul would not have been injured. Thus, we find that Paul's apportionment of fault is 50% and Respondent is liable for 50% of his damages. Claimant is entitled to recover medical expenses under the Family Expenses Statute. Respondent does not contest the amount in medical damages, which is $12,025.67. We now turn to non-­‐economic damages. For one month, Paul was almost bed-­‐ridden due to pain. For at least six months, Paul was in constant pain and barely able to perform everyday functions. For another six months, his condition improved, but he still had intermittent throbbing neck pain. Paul has a permanent scar on his neck which is two inches by half an inch wide. While the appearance does not bother him, it still spasms. Even five years after the injury, Paul, who was active before his injury and still tries to be now, cannot fully perform in certain sports like weight lifting or football because of occasional shooting neck pain or the anxiety associated with it. This same occasional pain has caused him to give up break dancing entirely. 231 Respondent argues that, if anything, Claimant should receive $10,000 for pain and suffering and loss of normal life. Claimant argues that he should receive $55,000 for pain and suffering, $27,000 for loss of normal life, and $3,000 for disfigurement. We find that Claimant has established that he is entitled to $15,000 for pain and suffering and $15,000 for loss of normal life, and $1,000 for disfigurement, for a total of $31,000. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Respondent compensate Claimant 50% of $43,025.67 or $21,512.84. 232 (No. 07-­‐CC-­‐3474 – Claim denied) CLYDE TAYLOR and SALLY JO TAYLOR, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Respondent. February 4, 2011 FREDERICK TURNER, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (SCOTT B. SIEVERS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Option contract-­‐ An option contract does not become a contract for the sale of property until the holder of the option exercises it in strict conformity with the conditions therein. Where the parties stipulate that the agreement is to be in writing as a condition precedent, it will not become a contract until written. Oral or implied contract agreements are only enforceable in cases of emergency. No emergency circumstances existed in this case and no written documents evidencing an agreement were produced. Claimants failed to produce the required written elements for strict conformity under the contract. Contract, Statute of Limitations-­‐ No action may be brought under an unwritten, unsigned contract that is not to be performed within one year of its execution or one charging any person for the sale of real property or any interest in or concerning real property for a term longer than one year under the Illinois' Statute of Frauds. Claimants allege Respondent's oral exercise of the option contract occurred over eleven years ago and so Claimants have failed the statutory requirement. Merger Doctrine-­‐ A merger by deed doctrine provides that a complete, valid, written contract merges and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous negotiations and agreements dealing with the same subject matter. Whether the deed merges or to what extent it does so upon delivery to the buy is a matter of the contracting parties' intent. Both parties contemplated the extinction of their contractual rights upon the deed's delivery. The Claimants failed to prove that the fence language in the option contract was a collateral agreement and their cause of action was precluded under the merger doctrine. Summary Judgment, Interpretation of a contract-­‐ Summary judgment is proper if the pleadings, admissions, depositions, affidavits and other relative matters on file show that there is no genuine issue of material fact and that the movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. The evidence is to be strictly construed against the moving part and liberally construed for the opponent. The interpretation of a contract is a matter of law not fact, and should be ruled on in the summary judgment stage of the proceedings. The Claimants failed to show there was a genuine issue of material fact. They did not provide any written evidence required for strict conformity under the option contract, Respondent's oral exercise of the option is barred under the Statute of Frauds, and the fence terms merged under the deed. Respondent was entitled to judgment as a matter of law. ORDER 233 Birnbaum, J. This case is before the Court on Respondent's motion for summary judgment under 2-­‐1005 of the Code of Civil Procedure. The claim arises from Claimants' charge of an alleged breach of option contract against the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, then known as the Illinois Department of Conservation, authorized under MC 2556-­‐L. MC 2556-­‐L details the Department's policy governing the use of fencing in the State's negotiation for purchasing land. Claimants seek $55,000 in damages and their costs under the alleged enforceable fence terms of the option contract. This Court has jurisdiction under section 8(b) of the Court of Claims Act to rule on authorized claims against the State founded upon any contract entered into with the State of Illinois. 705 ILCS 505/8 (b). Nature of the Claim In 1991 the Norfolk Southern Railroad gave southeastern Illinois property to the Department of Conservation, which developed the property into the Tunnel Hill State Trail route. The Department of Conservation MC 2556-­‐L policy was in effect at this time expressing the standard procedure for the Department in providing materials for fencing in negotiations for the purchase of land. Initially, the Claimants signed a document titled "Option Contract" in June of 1991 regarding conditions offence installation On October 8, 1991, the Claimants granted a quit-­‐
claim deed to Respondents for parcel No. 89-­‐11 adjacent to the abandoned railroad. The Option Contract stated that the option "may be so exercised by the giving of said notice at any time hereafter, and on, or before the 12th day of October 1991". (Ex. G.) The contract also stated: "If notice of exercise of this option is not given on 234 or before the time above provided, this option and all rights hereunder shall terminate". The Claimants allege the Department of Conservation gave oral and written notice of exercise of the option but the Respondents argue there is no written evidence showing such notice of exercise. On December 30, 2002, the Claimants wrote the Department of Conservation requesting the fence and watergaps, believing the option contract placed no time restrictions upon installation. Claimant argues that the letter of Respondent dated October 9, 1991 and the letter they wrote themselves on December 30, 2002, evidenced and confirmed the existence of Respondent's exercise of its option contract. Option Contract It is a proposition of the law that an option contract does not become a contract for the sale of property until the holder of the option has exercised the same in strict conformity with the conditions therein prescribed. Moehling v. Pierce, 3 Ill. 2d 418, 121 N.E. 2d 735, 737 (1984). Further where the parties stipulate the agreement to be in writing as a condition precedent to its completion it will not be a contract until this is done. Calo, Inc. v. A.M.F. Pinspotters, Inc., 31 Ill. App. 2d 2, 176 N.E. 2d 1, 5 (1961). Claimants' option contract exercises strict conformity in specifically prescribing that the exercise of the option by Respondent is through "giving written notice to either of the above named grantor(s) of this option that the State has elected to exercise its right to purchase." (Ex. G.) However, Claimants are not able to produce such specific documents and thus attest that "no such reports/documents exist." (Resps. To Req. to Produce. No. 7.) Thus, the Claimants 235 fail to demonstrate the necessary written elements of strict conformity specifically provided in the option contract. This Court recognizes the legislative and judicial intent in upholding strict conformity in contracts. However, this is also considerable authority weighing the contractual intent between the parties." In construing a contract, and determining the intention of the parties, the instrument should be read and considered as a whole, and the meaning of particular language may be enlarged or limited according to the true intent of the parties as made manifest by the various provisions of the contract as a whole." (Illinois Law and Practice, sec. 215 Contracts pp. 372-­‐73, and cases cited therein). In applying this fundamental contract principle, this Court believes when the Claimants granted the quit-­‐claim deed to Respondents the fence option provisions merged within the deed. The Claimants further contend that Respondent's gave oral notice of exercise of the option. However, this Court has held that oral or implied contracts allegedly entered into by State entities are only enforceable when services provided to the State were of an emergency nature. Nile Marriot, Inc. v. State, 28 Ill. Ct. Cl. 351 (1973); Patenberg & Patenberg v. Department of Public Works, 27 Ill. Ct. Cl. 1 (1969); Agles v. State, 37 Ill. Ct. Cl. 134 (1983). In this specific case, the Claimants admit no emergency circumstances existed. (Exs. H-­‐K, Cls.' Ans. To Interrog. No. 9.) Further, parol evidence rules under Section 1 and 2 of the Illinois' statute of frauds prescribe that no action may be brought under an unwritten and unsigned agreement that is not to be performed within a year of its execution or an unwritten and unsigned contract charging any person for the sale of real property or any interest in or 236 concerning real property for a term longer than a year. 740 ILCS 80/1 to 2. In this case the Claimants have failed the statutory requirement as eleven years have passed since the contract was originally formed and when the Claimants allege Respondent's oral exercise of the option. In viewing the intent of the parties, this Court holds the quit-­‐claim deed for parcel No. 89-­‐11 in consideration for nine hundred and fifty dollars extinguished the fence option initially discussed. Merger Doctrine The "merger by deed" doctrine provides that a complete, valid, written contract merges and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous negotiations and agreements dealing with the same subject matter. Emmitt v. Carlson, 215 Ill. App. 304 (1919); Czarobski v. Lata, 227 Il. 2d 364, 369 (2008). Therefore, it is a well-­‐
settled legal principle that if the terms of a contract for a sale of real property are fulfilled by delivery of the deed, there is a merger, and the deed supersedes all contract provisions. In addition, courts have also noted that whether and to what extent the sales contract merges into the deed upon delivery to the buyer is also a matter of the parties' intent. Daniels v. Anderson, 162 Ill. 2d 47, 204 Ill. Dec. 666, 642 N.E. 2d 128 (1994). The language of the instruments and the surrounding circumstances evidences this intent. Here, there is little evidence the parties anticipated their alleged option contract agreements would survive the closing. First, the alleged agreement to provide materials and to labor to build a fence would have contradicted Department policy. (Ex. E. ¶ 8) In addition, the Claimants waited eleven years from the granting of the quit-­‐claim deed to request the fence. Further, 237 the Claimants have taken no steps since their 2002 request to put up a fence on their own. Initially, we note that the Claimant has cited no persuasive authority for the proposition that the issue of fence installation language is generally considered a collateral matter which is independent from the passage of title, and thus excluded from the "merger by deed" doctrine, nor have we discovered any case which supports that contention. Additionally, there is no evidence in the record that either party intended that the installation of the fence be a separate and independent agreement which was collateral to the conveyance of the deed—especially as the Department of Conservation's Division of Technical Services sent the Claimants a letter on October 9, 1991 referencing the enclosed option contract that had contained the agreed conditions regarding fence installation immediately after the quit-­‐claim deed to which no action was taken by the Complaints. (Compl. Ex. A.). It is clear that both parties contemplated the extinction of their contractual rights and duties upon the delivery of the deed. Consequently, because the Claimant failed to prove that the fence language in the option contract was a collateral agreement, this Court precluded its cause of action under the merger doctrine. Summary Judgment Standard Under 2-­‐1005 of the Code of Civil Procedure, summary judgment is only proper if the pleadings, admissions, depositions, affidavits and other relative matters on file show that there is no genuine issue of material fact and that the movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐1005(c). In ruling on a summary judgment motion the evidence already established in the record must 238 be construed in favor of the opponent of the motion. Canteen Twp. v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 179, 181 (1995). When a Respondent moves for summary judgment, the claimant must come forward with admissible evidence. Freeman v. State, 55 Ill. Ct. Cl. 329, 336 (2003). The evidence under consideration in ruling on a motion for summary judgment is to be strictly construed against the moving party and liberally construed in favor of its opponent. Winters v. State, 60 Ill. Ct. Cl. 272, 273 (2008). The interpretation of a contract—especially a facially unambiguous contract—is a matter of law and not a matter of fact, and therefore should be disposed of at the summary judgment stage. Baker's Pharm. v. State, 52 Ill. Ct. Cl. 442, 452 (1999). In the case at bar, the Claimants failed to provide evidence of any written documents establishing the necessary elements of strict conformity prescribed in the option contract. Further, their assertions of Respondent's oral exercise of the option are barred under the Illinois' Statute of Frauds because of the time period between the option contract and alleged oral exercise. Lastly, in viewing the intention of the parties in forming a contract the fence option terms merged under the provisions of the quit-­‐claim deed under the legal precedent of the "merger by deed "doctrine. The Claimants have failed to show that there is a genuine issue of material fact and thus the Respondent is entitled to a judgment as a matter of law. 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐1005(c). Respondent's motion for summary judgment against the Claimants is GRANTED. This matter is dismissed with prejudice. 239 (No. 08-­‐CC-­‐2483 – Claim denied) BRENDA GILLESPIE, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, Respondent. Opinion filed February 4, 2011 RICHARD SAAVEDRA, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (SCOTT B. SIEVERS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Negligence-­‐Slip and fall on roadside-­‐Failure to state a claim-­‐ A cause of action for negligence require the claimant to establish the existence of a duty, a breach of that duty, an injury which proximately resulted from that breach, and that the State had actual or constructive knowledge of the dangerous condition. Claimant was walking on the roadside and stepped into a hole on the edge of the pavement causing injury. There is no duty for the State to maintain the paved shoulder area of a highway for pedestrian use. Even if such a duty exists, Claimant failed to show that the State had either constructive or actual notice of the pavement’s condition. Because of this, she failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted and her case was dismissed. ORDER Burns, J. This case comes before this Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, pursuant to Section 2-­‐615 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure. 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐615. The Respondent filed its motion on November 13, 2009. The Claimant filed its response on May 17, 2010. The Court being fully advised: IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: Respondent's Motion to Dismiss is granted and Claimant's Complaint is dismissed for the following reasons: 1) there is no duty, as a matter of law, for the State to maintain the paved shoulder area of a highway for pedestrian use; and 2) even if such a duty existed, the Claimant's complaint fails to plead that the 240 Respondent had either constructive or actual notice of the allegedly dangerous condition. The Claimant alleges that on March 6, 2006 she was walking on the roadside of Poplar Street in Harrisburg, Illinois. There were no pedestrian sidewalks available for the Claimant to travel on, so she was walking on the roadside. While the Claimant walked along the roadside a vehicle approached her from behind, and fearing she was in the path of the vehicle, she moved to get out of the way. At that time, she stepped into a hole on the edge of the pavement and was subsequently injured. The Claimant suffered a maxillary fracture, severe bruising and swelling on her face, head, right shoulder and right foot, along with a torn rotator cuff in her shoulder which required surgery. Following her injury, the Claimant spent several months in physical therapy. The Claimant alleged that the Respondent negligently failed to maintain its premises as to prevent the Claimant's accident. In response to the Complaint, the Respondent filed a Motion to Dismiss. The Respondent argued that the Complaint failed to plead that Poplar Street in Harrisburg was a state highway, that the Respondent owed a duty to pedestrians to maintain the shoulder of a state highway, and that the Respondent had prior notice of the allegedly dangerous condition. In her Response to the Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, the Claimant states only that the injury occurred on a public pedestrian walkway, and therefore reiterates her claim that the State bears responsibility. The Claimant does not address the issue of lack of notice. 241 No allegation is made in the Complaint that Poplar Street in Harrisburg is a state highway. Assuming arguendo that Poplar Street is a state highway, however, this Court finds, as a matter of law, that the Respondent did not have a legal duty to maintain the shoulder of the road for pedestrian use in the same manner as it was required to maintain the traveled portion of the road. While it is well-­‐settled that the State has a duty to maintain its roads in a reasonably safe condition for the purposes to which the portion in question is devoted, the law imposes no general duty on governmental entities for the safeguarding of pedestrians when they are using the public streets as sidewalks. Wheel v. State, 42 Ill.Ct.Cl. 231, 233 (1990). Even where there is no sidewalk available for pedestrians, as in the instant case, the State does not thereby acquire a duty to maintain the shoulder of a road in the same manner as it does the traveled portion. In Callen v. State, 23 Ill.Ct.Cl. 172 (1959), this Court addressed a claim against the State that arose after the claimant fell into a hole on the shoulder of a state highway while leaving a tavern on the way to his parked car. The claimant filed a negligence claim in which he contended that the respondent owed a duty to pedestrians walking on the shoulder, or right of way, to maintain it for their protection. Id. at 174-­‐175. In rejecting the claimant's contention and denying the claim, the Callen court wrote: "[Even] though claimant and other patrons of the tavern had a right to walk upon the shoulder or State right of way going to and from the tavern, this would not require or place a duty upon the State to so repair or maintain the shoulder for pedestrians." Callen, at 175-­‐76. Further, in order to maintain a cause of action for negligence, a claimant must allege facts establishing the existence of a duty, a breach of that duty, and an 242 injury which proximately resulted from the breach. Ondes v. State, 43 Ill. Ct. Cl. 272, 275 (1990). When the Respondent is the State, the Claimant must also establish that the State knew of the condition, and that the condition proximately caused the incident. Cole v. State, 57 Ill. Ct. Cl. 227, 229 (2005). The failure to establish notice of the condition precludes recovery. Id. "The mere fact that a dangerous condition existed is not, by itself, sufficient to constitute an act of negligence on the part of the Respondent." Sowizrol v. State, 51 Ill. Ct. Cl. 91, 97 (1996). A claimant must prove that the State had "actual" or "constructive" knowledge of a pothole. Holm v. State, 54 Ill. Ct. Cl. 312, 316 (2001) citing, Kirby v. State, 42 Ill. Ct. Cl. 77 (1990). In the case at hand, the Claimant has failed to plead any facts to establish that the Respondent had notice of the defect in the roadside, therefore, a negligence action cannot stand. For the Claimant to prevail, she would have to establish that the Respondent had either constructive or actual knowledge of the pothole. The Claimant has not alleged either actual or constructive knowledge on the part of the State, and it cannot be established based upon the available record. Her recovery, therefore, is barred. For the foregoing reasons, the Claimant's complaint fails to state a claim upon which relief can be granted and, therefore, is hereby dismissed. 243 (No. 09-­‐CC-­‐2951 – Claim denied) GREGORY BARTLETT, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Respondent. Opinion filed February 4, 2011 RICHARD GROSSMAN, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (JACQUELINE K. WILLIAMS, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Contracts-­‐Third-­‐party beneficiary-­‐ In Illinois there is a strong presumption against creating rights in a third-­‐party beneficiary. To overcome that presumption, the intent to benefit a third party must affirmatively appear from the language of the document and the circumstances surrounding its execution. Claimant failed to show that there were any such provisions within the State of Illinois Self-­‐Insured Motor Vehicle Liability Plan. ORDER Birnbaum, J. This matter is before the Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss. Claimant filed a complaint on May 1, 2009, stating this is an action "in contract wherein the Claimant, Gregory Bartlett seeks payment from the State of Illinois of a judgment entered against its employee, Emmanuel Ford in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois in the case of Gregory Bartlett v. Emmanuel Ford, No. 06 L 009476. On March 1, 2007, a money judgment was entered in favor of Claimant against Emmanuel Ford for his negligent operation of a motor vehicle owned by the State of Illinois and assigned to him for his exclusive use." In that case, Claimant alleged that the vehicle that struck him was being driven by Tonnita Edwards, which had been rear ended by the state vehicle which was being driven by Ford. Respondent argues that this claim should be dismissed for failure to state a claim, lack of standing, and failure to exhaust remedies. Claimant filed a Motion for 244 Summary Judgment along with his Response to Respondent's Motion to Dismiss, basing that motion on pages 1 through 5 of said Response. On September 27, 2002, Emmanuel Ford, an employee of the Illinois Department of Transportation, was driving a state vehicle for personal use during non-­‐work hours when his car collided with a car being driven by Tonnita Edwards which in turn collided with Claimant's car. Respondent prepared a Departmental Report wherein Ford states that he was "extremely ill during the week of September 24-­‐27" and "did not have access to his personal vehicle and used the remaining medication" he had in his possession. At that time, Ford "misused" the state vehicle by driving it to obtain additional medication. Ford was not acting within the scope of his employment the day of the accident; in fact, he did not even report to work that day. Following that accident, Claimant filed suit against Ford in Circuit Court and against Respondent. The latter case was ultimately dismissed on June 28, 2008, for Claimant's failure to file status reports in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008. Meanwhile, Claimant's case in the circuit court against Ford resulted in an order entering default judgment against Ford on March 1, 2007, in the amount of $25,000 plus costs. Claimant provides no information about what measures, if any, he has taken to recover this judgment from Ford. Following Ford's failure to satisfy his judgment, Claimant brought the instant case, seeking payment of the judgment by Respondent pursuant to 20 ILCS 405/64.1, the State of Illinois Self-­‐Insured Motor Vehicle Liability Plan ("Plan"). 245 Claimant maintains that the Plan operates as an insurance contract between Respondent and Emmanuel Ford whereby Respondent is liable for any judgments entered against Mr. Ford stemming from his use of a state-­‐issued motor vehicle. Respondent argues that "the Plan is not a contract, but a statutory and administrative rule, pursuant to 20 ILCS 405/64 et seq., whereby the State is obligated to defend and indemnify drivers of state vehicles who meet certain qualifications – 'any employee of (the State and its agencies, departments, etc.) while acting for or on behalf of the (State and its agencies, departments, etc.) while within the course of such employee's employment, while operating a motor vehicle.' Plan, para. 5.2.2. The alleged insurance contract upon which Claimant bases his claim is not a contract at all. It is a statute creating certain rights for state employees, and corresponding responsibilities of the State to its employees." Respondent's Reply to Claimant's Response to Respondent's Motion to Dismiss at page 3. Whether this Court characterizes the Plan as an insurance contract or "a statute" as the State urges, is irrelevant since, as set forth above, said Plan specifies that the employee must have been acting within the course of employment while operating a motor vehicle in order for Respondent to be liable for a judgment entered against said employee. While, it is true that resolving motions under 735 ILCS 2-­‐619 requires all well pleaded facts in the complaint to be taken as true as well as the reasonable inferences to be drawn from those facts, it is evident that Ford was not acting within the scope of his employment as required by the Plan. If there is a dispute to this fact, the proper party to bring this action before this Court 246 would be the employee liable for the judgment entered against him individually, i.e., Ford, not Claimant. Claimant maintains that "[i]f Respondent's argument were accepted, every person injured by a State owned vehicle would be barred from collecting his or her damages in a lump sum but rather relegated to endless wage deductions against the State employee. Absent that person's bankruptcy, the claim or judgment would never be paid." Claimant's Response at page 9. Claimant has failed to provide the Court with any information as to the measures taken to recover directly from Ford, who specifically states in the Department Report that he is "liable for the damages" for both the "state's vehicle and the other vehicle involved in the accident" because he did not have additional insurance on the state vehicle. Claimant is essentially asking this Court to consider him a third party beneficiary to the contract (Plan) and satisfy the judgment entered against Ford. However, this Court has held that "[u]nder Illinois law there is a strong presumption against creating rights in a third-­‐party beneficiary. To overcome this presumption, the intent to benefit a third party must affirmatively appear from the language of the instrument and the circumstances surrounding the parties at the time of its execution." Sargent & Lundy v. State, 48 Ill. Ct. Cl. 336 (1996). Claimant has failed to establish that there is any such provision contained in the Plan. Claimant also argues that Ford was authorized to drive the state vehicle to "places to obtain medical assistance, including drug stores" pursuant to the Vehicle Operator's Manual. However, a closer examination of that provision reveals that said travel is only authorized "[w]hen on official travel status" as set forth in 247 Chapter 2-­‐1(b)(2). Even in the light most favorable to Claimant, there is no indication that Ford was on "official travel status." Accordingly, Respondent's Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED. Claimant's Motion for Summary Judgment is DENIED. This matter is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. IT IS SO ORDERED. 248 (No. 10-­‐CC-­‐3789 – Claim denied) RICHARD LINDWALL, Claimant, v. STATE OF ILLINOIS, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, Respondent. Opinion filed June 10, 2011 RICHARD LINDWALL, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (LARRY J. LIPKA, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Prisoners and inmates-­‐Administrative policies-­‐ The Court of Claims lacks jurisdiction to review or interfere in matters of administrative policies, decisions, or discretion of the Department of Corrections and its employees. Complaints challenging administrative discretion fail to state a claim upon which relief can be granted by this Court. Lack of jurisdiction-­‐ The Unified Code of Corrections and the Illinois State Auditing Act do not provide Claimant with any private cause of action. Without a specific statutory provision granting the Court power to issue injunctions, it is without jurisdiction to do so. ORDER Birnbaum, J. THIS MATTER is before the Court on Respondent's Motion to Dismiss pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐619 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure. Nature of the Claim Claimant is currently an inmate incarcerated at Hill Correctional Center, alleging that the Illinois Department of Corrections has violated the Unified Code of Corrections provision relating to the pricing of inventory in the inmate commissary. (Compl. ¶ 10). The Unified Code of Corrections states in pertinent part: If a facility maintains a commissary or commissaries serving inmates, the selling process for all goods shall be sufficient to cover the costs of the goods and an additional charge of up to 35% for tobacco products and up to 25% for non-­‐tobacco products. The amount of the additional charges for goods sold at the commissaries 249 serving inmates shall be based upon the amount necessary to pay for the wages and benefits of commissary employees... 730 ILCS 5/3-­‐7-­‐2a. Claimant bases this assertion on the Compliance Audits conducted by the Illinois Office of the Auditor General. This report concludes that the Department was adding an additional charge in violation of the amount authorized by the Unified Code of Corrections. Specifically, Claimant asserts he is owed for the illegal mark-­‐up amount of $528.17 (Compl. ¶ 8). Analysis Respondent argues that this claim should be dismissed because the Court lacks jurisdiction under 705 ILCS 505/8(a), as Claimant lacks a cause of action. Specifically, they argue the Compliance Audits, basing their findings on the Unified Code of Corrections, create no private cause of action right for Claimant. McNeil v. Carter, 742 N.E. 2d 1277, 1281 (2001). Additionally, Respondents discuss the intent of the Unified Code is in providing guidance to prison officials in the administration of prisons, and not a law creating more rights than constitutionally required for inmates. Ashley v. Snyder, 739 N.E. 2d 897, 902 (2000). The Illinois Court of Claims is a court of limited jurisdiction granted by the General Assembly. If a subject matter is not enumerated or encompassed by the jurisdictional grant in the enabling Court of Claims Act (705 ILCS 505/8), and if jurisdiction over that subject is not granted by another Illinois statute, that subject does not lie within this Court's adjudicatory jurisdiction to hear and determine claims against the State. Ziegler v. State of Illinois, 55 Ill. Ct. Cl. 405 (2002); 250 Calederon v. State of Illinois, 60 Ill. Ct. Cl. 280 (2008). This Court concludes that Claimant lacks a cause of action, as the Unified Code of Corrections and the Illinois State Auditing Act fail to provide Claimant with any private cause of action. Accordingly, this Court lacks jurisdiction pursuant to 705 ILCS 505/8(a) and Claimant's claim for monetary damages of $528.17 must be dismissed. While this Court is sympathetic to Claimant's frustration of the Department's alleged continued noncompliance of 730 ILCS 5/3-­‐7-­‐2(a), it agrees with Respondent that it lacks the power to issue injunctive relief prohibiting Respondents from continuing their practice of overcharging. Garimella v. The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, 50 Ill. Ct. Cl. 350 (1996); Walsh v. State, 60 Ill. Ct. Cl. 238 (2008). In Garimella, this Court concluded that without a specific statutory provision empowering this Court to issue injunctions, it was without jurisdiction to do so. Id. It is the opinion of this Court that the Court of Claims does not have the power to issue injunctive orders requiring 730 ILCS 5/3-­‐7-­‐2(a) compliance to the Department of Corrections. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Respondent's Motion to Dismiss pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/2-­‐619 is GRANTED. 251 (No. 11-­‐CV-­‐0208 – Claim awarded) In re Application of PATTY L. BRYANT Opinion filed June 21, 2011 PATTY L. BRYANT, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (CARLOS MONTOYA, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Claim deemed filed by date of registration or certification-­‐ A claim shall be deemed filed with or received by the State or subdivision to which it was required to be directed on the date it was mailed. The date of registration, certification or certificate shall be deemed the postmarked date, therefore, Claimant filed her claim in the time frame required by the Act as the date of registration was within two years from the incident. No compensation shall be made for unsubstantiated claims-­‐ If an applicant fails to submit all materials substantiating the claim as requested by the AG, the AG shall notify the applicant of additional items required and the applicant has 30 days to supply those items to the AG. Claimant failed to respond to this request and by doing so, failed to meet a required condition precedent for compensation under the Act in regards to her claimed acupuncture expenses. OPINION Storino, J. This claim arises out of an incident that occurred on Saturday, July 12, 2008. The claimant, Patty L. Bryant, seeks compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 ILCS 45/1, et seq. (2000). This Court has carefully considered the application for benefits submitted on Thursday, July 15, 2010, on the form prescribed by the Illinois Attorney General, and an investigatory report of the Illinois Attorney General which substantiates matters set forth in the application. Based upon these documents and other evidence submitted to the Illinois Attorney General's Office, the Court finds: 1.
That on Saturday, July 12, 2008, the claimant, Patty L. Bryant, age 58, 252 was a victim of a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, to wit: Driving Under the Influence 625 ILCS 5/11-­‐501 (2000). 2.
That pursuant to §6.1(a) of the Act, a person is entitled to compensation under the Act if within 2 years of the occurrence of the crime, or within one year after a criminal indictment of a person for an offense, upon which the claim is based, an application is filed, under oath, with the Court of Claims and on a form prescribed in accordance with Section 7.1 furnished by the Attorney General. If the person entitled to compensation is under 18 years of age or under other legal disability at the time of the occurrence or becomes legally disabled as a result of the occurrence, he may file the application within two years after he attains the age of eighteen years or the disability is removed, as the case may be. Legal disability includes a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. Legal disability includes a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. 3.
That the crime occurred on July 12, 2008. The application for the crime victims compensation program was filed on July 15, 2010. Two years from the crime date was July 12, 2010. The date of registration or certification was July 12, 2010. "Any writing of any kind or description required or authorized to be filed with ... the State ... if mailed but not received by the State or political subdivision, or if received but without a cancellation mark or with the cancellation mark illegible or erroneous, shall be deemed filed with or received by the State or political subdivision to which it was required or authorized to be directed on the date it was mailed, but only if the sender establishes by competent evidence that the writing or payment was deposited, properly addressed, in the United States mail on or before 253 the date on which it was required or authorized to be filed or was due. ... If a writing or payment is sent by United States registered mail, certified mail or certificate of mailing, a record authenticated by the United States Post Office of such registration, certification or certificate shall be considered competent evidence that the writing or payment was mailed. The date of registration, certification or certificate shall be deemed the postmarked date." 5 ILCS 70/1.25. Therefore, the claim was filed in the time frame required by §6.1 (a) of the Act. 4.
That the crime occurred in Springfield, Illinois, and all of the eligibility requirements of §6.1 of the Act have been met. 5.
That the claimant seeks compensation for medical/hospital expenses, loss of earnings and tuition reimbursement. 6.
That after considering insurance and other sources of recovery, the claimant's net compensable loss for medical/ hospital expenses is $4,846.63. To date, the claimant has paid $1,542.52 towards this amount. 7.
That the claimant has submitted medical/hospital expenses from various providers of service. Available evidence indicates that these bills are still pending payment by the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois. In the event that the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois does not pay these expenses, the Claimant can petition the Court for payment of these expenses. 8.
That the claimant has indicated that she incurred acupuncture expenses as a result of the crime. However, the claimant has not demonstrated that the expense was directly related to the crime through the information and documentation provided. Therefore, pursuant to §10.1(a) of the Act, the 254 claimant has not incurred a pecuniary loss for acupuncture as defined by the Act. 9.
That pursuant to §8.1 of the Act, if an applicant does not submit all materials requested by the Attorney General, the Attorney General shall notify the applicant in writing of the specific additional items of information or materials required and that he has 30 days in which to supply those items to the Attorney General. 10.
That on September 23, 2011, the claimant was notified by a letter sent through the U.S. Mail of the materials required to be submitted to the Attorney General to substantiate the claim for loss of earnings and tuition reimbursement. 11.
That the claimant has failed to file the substantiating materials within the 30 days required by §8.1 of the Act and has not requested additional time to file this information. 12.
That the claimant's net compensable loss is based upon the following: Compensable Amount Frisina Family Chiropractic Ltd. Sunil Bansal, MD Illinois Diagnostic Imaging Springfield Clinic, LLP Capitol Chiropractic Orthopaedic Center of Illinois Paid Medical Expenses Total 13.
$1,008.51 856.40 730.80 400.00 288.40 20.00 1,542.52 $4,846.63 That the claimant has received no reimbursements that can be counted as an applicable deduction under §l0.1(e) of the Act. 255 14.
That the claimant has complied with all pertinent provisions of the Act and qualifies for compensation thereunder. 15.
That pursuant to §18(c) of the Act, the Court may order that all or a portion of an award be paid solely and directly to the provider of services. In the instant case, the Court finds this section applicable and orders that direct payment be made. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the sum of $1,542.52 (ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FORTY-­‐TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY-­‐TWO CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to Patty L. Bryant, an innocent victim of a violent crime. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $1,008.51 (ONE THOUSAND EIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY-­‐ONE CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to Frisina Family Chiropractic Ltd. for the medical expenses of Patty L. Bryant. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $856.40 (EIGHT HUNDRED FIFTY-­‐
SIX DOLLARS AND FORTY CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to Sunil Bansal, MD for the medical expenses of Patty L. Bryant. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $730.80 (SEVEN HUNDRED THIRTY DOLLARS AND EIGHTY CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to Illinois Diagnostic Imaging for the medical expenses of Patty L. Bryant. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $400.00 (FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS) be and is hereby awarded to Springfield Clinic, LLP for the medical expenses of Patty L. Bryant. 256 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $288.40 (TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY-­‐
EIGHT DOLLARS AND FORTY CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to Capitol Chiropractic for the medical expenses of Patty L. Bryant. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $20.00 (TWENTY DOLLARS) be and is hereby awarded to Orthopaedic Center of Illinois for the medical expenses of Patty L. Bryant. 257 (No. 10-­‐CV-­‐4498 – Claim awarded) In re Application of DARLENE BLANKS Opinion filed December 1, 2010 DARLENE BLANKS, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (COREY-­‐ANNE GULKEWICZ, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Victim of aggravated battery died 22 yrs. later as a result of that crime-­‐ In cases where the victim of a violent crime dies after the initial crime, and as a result of that crime, a claimant can file an application for the crime victim compensation program within 2 years of the date of the victim’s death. The victim died 22 years after being a victim of an aggravated battery due to his injuries resulting from that battery. Claim was filed within 2 years of his death which met the provisions of the Act for filing a claim. OPINION Storino, J. This claim arises out of an incident that occurred on October 31, 2009. Darlene Blanks, sister of the deceased victim, Terry Whisby, seeks compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 ILCS 45/1, et seq. (2000). This Court has carefully considered the application for benefits submitted on Thursday, April 01, 2010, on the form prescribed by the Illinois Attorney General, and an investigatory report of the Illinois Attorney General which substantiates matters set forth in the application. Based upon these documents and other evidence submitted to the Illinois Attorney General's Office, the Court finds: 1.
That on Friday, June 03, 1988, Terry Whisby, age 23, was the victim of a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, to wit: Aggravated Battery with a Firearm 720 ILCS 5/12-­‐4.2 (2000). However, the victim did not expire from the 258 injuries he incurred as a result of the crime until October 31, 2009. The death certificate lists the date of death as October 31, 2009, the category/manner of death as homicide, and the immediate cause of death as multi organ system failure, due to or as a result of gunshot wound to neck. Therefore, on October 31, 2009, Terry Whisby, age 45, was the victim of a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, to wit: First Degree Murder 720 ILCS5/9-­‐1 (2000). 2.
That pursuant to §6.1(a) of the Act, a person is entitled to compensation under the Act if within 2 years of the occurrence of the crime, or within one year after a criminal indictment of a person for an offense, upon which the claim is based, he filed an application, under oath, with the Court of Claims and on a form prescribed in accordance with Section 7.1 furnished by the Attorney General. If the person entitled to compensation is under 18 years of age or under other legal disability at the time of the occurrence, he may file the application within two years after he attains the age of eighteen years or the disability is removed, as the case may be. Legal disability includes a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. 3.
That in In re Application of Martha Ricardo, 49 Ill.Ct.Cl.322 (1996) the victim of an aggravated battery died thirteen years later, at which time the claimant filed an application for funeral expenses. The Court determined that the claimant was not eligible for compensation on the premise that an aggravated battery was committed due to the expiration of the required time limit for filing a claim after the aggravated battery occurred. However, the Court indicated that under certain circumstances it may be possible to establish eligibility based on the theory that a 259 murder was committed and that the final element of the murder did not occur until the victim expired. After the Ricardo claim was referred back to the Attorney General for further investigation regarding whether a murder was committed, it was dismissed for want of prosecution after the claimant's failure to attend a hearing. Under Illinois law, a crime is complete only "when the elements of that offense are satisfied." See People v. Modrowski, 696 N.E.2d 28, 34 (Ill. App. 1998). See also People v. Mudd, 507 N.E. 2d 869, 873 (Ill. App. 1987) (a crime is only complete "upon the existence of the last element, the death of the victim."). See People v. Carter. 552 N.E. 2d 653, 659 (Ill. App. 1988) (defendant may be charged with murder despite victim's death occurring more than a year-­‐and-­‐a-­‐day after the initial crime; the Illinois criminal code abolished the common law "one-­‐year-­‐and-­‐a-­‐day" rule); See also People v. Amigon, 903 N.E.2d 843, 851 (Ill.App. 2009) (the State may charge a defendant with murder despite a significant time lapse between the defendant's last acts and the victim's death. The defendant shot the victim in 1995, which rendered him a quadriplegic. The victim dies in 2001, which the medical examiner concluded was "as a result of pneumonia due to quadriplegia due to a gunshot wound to the neck." The medical examiner ruled the victim's death a homicide, and the appeals court sustained the defendant's murder conviction.); See People v. Carrillo, 646 N.E.2d 582, 586 (Ill.Ct.1995) (an exception to the double jeopardy rule exists where the State cannot charge the defendant with the greater offense of murder because elements to support the charge have not yet occurred; a defendant previously convicted of assault and battery may be later charged with murder arising out of the same circumstances as the initial crime citing Diaz v. 260 United States, 56 L.Ed. 500, 503 (1912)). Additionally, in Carter in which the court affirmed the defendant's murder conviction, the court stated that "extensive medical testimony is not always necessary" to demonstrate the causal link between the victim's death and the defendant's acts when a time lapse exists between them. Carter, 522 N.E.2d at 658. When the facts surrounding the victim's death clearly illustrate that the death resulted from the defendant's acts, "no strenuous technical explanations are required by law as adequate proof." Id. 4.
That therefore, in cases where the victim of a violent crime dies after the initial crime and as a result of that crime, a claimant can file an application for the crime victim compensation program within 2 years of the date of the victim's death pursuant to §6.1 of the Act. 5.
That the crime occurred in Chicago, Illinois, and all of the eligibility requirements of §6.1 of the Act have been met. 6.
That the claimant seeks compensation for funeral and burial expenses. 7.
That the claimant incurred funeral and burial expenses in the amount of $10,172.90, all of which have been paid. Pursuant to §2(h) of the Act, funeral and burial expenses are compensable to a maximum amount of $5,000.00. 8.
That the claimant has received no reimbursements that can be counted as an applicable deduction under §10.1 (e) of the Act. 9.
That the claimant has complied with all pertinent provisions of the Act and qualifies for compensation thereunder. 261 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the sum of $5,000.00 (FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS) be and is hereby awarded to Darlene Blanks, sister of Terry Whisby, an innocent victim of a violent crime. 262 (No. 10-­‐CV-­‐2049 – Claim denied) In re Application of TINA M. CLAY Opinion filed July 16, 2010 TINA M. CLAY, pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (CYNTHIA M. HORA, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Application deemed received as of the date faxed-­‐ When an agency designates a fax number for the purposes of receiving information, the information is deemed to be received as the date of the fax. Claimant faxed her application within two years from the crime date and therefore it was filed in the time frame required by the Act. No compensation shall be made for unsubstantiated claims-­‐ If an applicant fails to submit all materials substantiating the claim as requested by the AG, the AG shall notify the applicant of additional items required and the applicant has 30 days to supply those items to the AG. Claimant failed to respond to this request and by doing so, failed to meet a required condition precedent for compensation under the Act. ORDER Birnbaum, J. This claim arises out of an incident that occurred on Monday, October 16, 2007. The claimant, Tina M. Clay, seeks compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 ILCS 45/1, et seq. (2000). This Court has carefully considered the application for benefits submitted on Monday, October 19, 2009, on the form prescribed by the Illinois Attorney General, and an investigatory report of the Illinois Attorney General which substantiates matters set forth in the application. Based upon these documents and other evidence submitted to the Illinois Attorney General's Office, the Court finds: 1.
That on Monday, October 16, 2007, Tina M. Clay, age 35, was the victim 263 of a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, to wit: Battery 720 ILCS 5/12-­‐3 (2000). 2.
That the crime occurred in Joliet, Illinois, and all of the eligibility requirements of §6.1 of the Act have been met. 3.
That pursuant to §6.1(a) of the Act, a person is entitled to compensation under the Act if within 2 years of the occurrence of the crime, or within one year after a criminal indictment of a person for an offense, upon which the claim is based, an application is filed, under oath, with the Court of Claims and on a form prescribed in accordance with Section 7.1 furnished by the Attorney General. If the person entitled to compensation is under 18 years of age or under other legal disability at the time of the occurrence or becomes legally disabled as a result of the occurrence, he may file the application within two years after he attains the age of eighteen years or the disability is removed, as the case may be. Legal disability includes a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. 4.
That the crime occurred on October 16, 2007. The application for the crime victims compensation program was filed on October 19, 2009. Two years from the crime date was October 16, 2009. The application was faxed to the Illinois Attorney General's Office on October 13, 2009. The Crime Victim's Compensation Application provides applicants with two methods of submitting applications. The last page of the application states "Please return completed application and all subsequent information to: Office of the Illinois Attorney General Crime Victims Services Bureau 100 West Randolph Street, 13ch Floor, Chicago, IL 60601 Fax:(312) 815-­‐7105." When an agency designates a fax number for the purpose of receiving 264 information, and the applicable statute does not specifically prohibit filing by fax, the information is deemed to be received as of the date of the fax. See Laouini v. CLM Freight Lines, Inc. 586 F.3d 473, 479 (7th Cir. 2009); Cf. In re: Outboard Marine Corporation, 386 F.3d 824 (7th Cir. 2004). Therefore, the claim was filed in the time frame required by §6.1(a) of the Act. 5.
That the application indicates that the claimant seeks compensation for medical, hospital and dental expenses incurred as a result of a violent crime. 6.
That according to §8.1 of the Act, no award of compensation shall be made for any portion of the applicant's claim that is not substantiated by the applicant. If an applicant does not submit all materials substantiating the claim as requested by the Attorney General, the Attorney General shall notify the applicant in writing of the specific additional items of information or materials required and that the applicant has 30 days in which to supply those items to the Attorney General. 7.
That on February 17, 2010, the applicant was notified by a letter sent through the U.S. Mail of the materials required to be submitted to the Attorney General to substantiate the claim. However, the applicant has failed to respond to this request and/or the letter was returned undelivered. Therefore, the applicant has failed to file the substantiating materials within the 30 days required by §8.1 of the Act and has not requested additional time to file this information. 8.
That this claim does not meet a required condition precedent for compensation under the Act at this time. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this claim be and is hereby denied. 265 (No. 10-­‐CV-­‐3348 – Claim awarded) In re Application of RICHARD R. KRAFTHEFER, JR. Opinion filed March 21, 2011 RICHARD R. KRAFTHEFER, JR., pro se LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (CARLOS MONTOYA, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Statute of limitations exception-­‐ A claimant is to file a claim within 2 years of the occurrence of the crime, or within one year after a criminal indictment of a person for an offense on which the claim is based. Claimant filed his claim 2 years and 1 day after the battery occurred as the last day fell on a Sunday and was not able to be filed on such day. The 2 year limitation is to be computed by excluding the first day and including the last, unless the last day is Saturday or Sunday or is a holiday, and then it too is excluded. Claimant filed his claim within the appropriate period under the Act. Claims for compensation must be substantiated-­‐ The Act states that no award of compensation shall be made for any portion of the applicant’s claim that is not substantiated by the applicant. Claimant reported being employed during the six months that preceded the incident, however, he failed to submit ay documentation that substantiated that claim and therefore did not meet the required conditions for loss of earnings under the Act. OPINION Birnbaum, J. This claim arises out of an incident that occurred on Thursday, January 10, 2008. The claimant, Richard R. Krafthefer, Jr., seeks compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 ILCS 45/1, et seq. (2000). This Court has carefully considered the application for benefits submitted on Monday, January 11, 2010, on the form prescribed by the Illinois Attorney General, and an investigatory report of the Illinois Attorney General which substantiates matters set forth in the application. Based upon these documents and other evidence submitted to the Illinois Attorney General's Office, the Court finds: 266 1. That on Thursday, January 10, 2008, the claimant, Richard R. Krafthefer, Jr., age 47, was a victim of a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, to wit: Battery 720 ILCS 5/12-­‐3 (2000). 2. That pursuant to §6.1(a) of the Act, a person is entitled to compensation under the Act if within 2 years of the occurrence of the crime, or within one year after a criminal indictment of a person for an offense, upon which the claim is based, an application is filed, under oath, with the Court of Claims and on a form prescribed in accordance with Section 7.1 furnished by the Attorney General. If the person entitled to compensation is under 18 years of age or under other legal disability at the time of the occurrence or becomes legally disabled as a result of the occurrence, he may file the application within two years after he attains the age of eighteen years or the disability is removed, as the case may be. Legal disability includes a diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder. 3. That the crime occurred on January 10, 2008. The claimant filed an application for the crime victims compensation program on January 11, 2010. Two years from the crime date was January 10, 2010, a Sunday. "The time within which any act provided by law is to be done shall be computed by excluding the first day and including the last, unless the last day is Saturday or Sunday or is a holiday ..., and then it shall also be excluded." 5 ILCS 70/1.11. Therefore, the claim was filed in the time frame required by §6.1(a) of the Act. 4. That the crime occurred in Chicago, Illinois, and all of the eligibility requirements of §6.1 of the Act have been met. 267 5. That the claimant seeks compensation for medical/ hospital expenses and for loss of earnings. 6. That after considering insurance and other sources of recovery, the claimant's net compensable loss for medical/ hospital expenses is $4,917.48. To date, the claimant has paid nothing toward this amount. 7. That §8.1 of the Act states that no award of compensation shall be made for any portion of the applicant's claim that is not substantiated by the applicant. 8. The claimant reports having been employed during the six months preceding the incident. However, the claimant has not submitted documentation to substantiate the net earnings or the period of disability. Therefore, the claimant has not met required conditions precedent for loss of earnings under §8.1 of the Act. 9. That the claimant has received no reimbursements that can be counted as an applicable deduction under §10.1 (e) of the Act. 10. That the claimant's net compensable loss is based upon the following: Compensable Amount John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County $2,906.40 West Suburban Medical Center 1,291.08 West Suburban Emergency Services 379.00 City of Chicago/Department of Revenue-­‐EMS 341.00 Total $4,917.48 11.
That the claimant has complied with pertinent provisions of the Act and qualifies for compensation thereunder. 12.
That pursuant to §18 (c) of the Act, the Court may order that all or a portion of an award be paid solely and directly to the provider of services. In the instant case, the Court finds this section applicable and orders that direct payment 268 be made. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the sum of $2,906.40 (TWO THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED SIX DOLLARS AND FORTY CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County for the hospital expenses of Richard R. Krafthefer, Jr., an innocent victim of a violent crime. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $1,291.08 (ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED NINETY-­‐ONE DOLLARS AND EIGHT CENTS) be and is hereby awarded to West Suburban Medical Center for the hospital expenses of Richard R. Krafthefer, Jr. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $379.00 (THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-­‐NINE DOLLARS) be and is hereby awarded to West Suburban Emergency Services for the medical expenses of Richard R. Krafthefer, Jr. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the sum of $341.00 (THREE HUNDRED FORTY-­‐ONE DOLLARS) be and is hereby awarded to City of Chicago/Department of Revenue-­‐EMS for the medical expenses of Richard R. Krafthefer, Jr. 269 (No. 08-­‐CV-­‐5321 – Claim awarded) In re Application of EDWIN MUNOZ Opinion filed June 21, 2011 REGAN EBERT, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (COREY-­‐ANNE GULKEWICZ, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Attorneys’ Fees-­‐ An attorney can only charge a claimant if a hearing is held. The court is then given the responsibility of determining what is reasonable for the firm to have charged for the hearing. The three basic criteria for establishing compensation are: the time spent by the attorney preparing for, and at, the hearing, the complexity of the issues litigated and the results obtained. Fees awarded may be deducted from the award or paid directly by the claimant. OPINION AND ORDER Birnbaum, J. The matter before the Court is the petition of attorney Regan Ebert for attorneys fees pursuant to §12 of the Crime Victims Compensation Act. It follows a hearing before Commissioner Serpico whose recommendation is before us. The Illinois Crime Victims Act was first enacted in 1973. This Court adjudicates over 5,000 cases per year involving that statute. Despite the long history and volume of cases there are very few reported cases by this Court on the issue of attorney's fees. Attorney Ebert has submitted to the Court an itemized bill in the amount of $5,373.11. The invoice claims twenty-­‐one hours of service at $250 per hour for a total of $5,250. It also seeks reimbursement of expenses in the amount of $123.11. Assistant Attorney General and Bureau Chief Ms. Cory Ann Gulkewicz has submitted a memorandum in opposition to the claim for fees. In it she also provides 270 a detailed analysis of the body of law governing this topic. We thank both parties for the thoroughness and thoughtfulness of their respective presentations. This Court rarely sees fee petitions in these cases. The vast majority of these cases are decided prior to a hearing or if there is a hearing the claimants are usually pro se or have pro bono counsel. Section 12 of the Crime Victims Compensation Act governs attorney's fees. It provides no fee may be charged to the applicant in any proceeding under this Act except as provided by this Act. If the applicant is represented by counsel or some other duly authorized agent in making application under this Act or in any further proceedings provided for in this Act, that counsel or agent may receive no payment for his services in preparing or presenting the application before the Court of Claims. He may, however, charge fees to the applicant for representing him in a hearing provided for in this Act, but only in such matter as the Court of Claims deems to be reasonable 740 ILCS 45/12. It is clear from the statute and cases interpreting same that an attorney can charge a claimant only if a hearing is held. The Court is given the responsibility of determining what is reasonable for the firm to have charged for the matter, In Re: Application of Kathy Soto, 35 Ill.Ct.Cl. 509 (1982). Our case law governing the award of attorney's fees in Crime Victims Compensation Act cases is similar to other statutes governing fee awards in that it establishes three basic criteria for compensation. 1.
The time spent by the attorney at the hearing and preparing for the hearing. 271 2.
The complexity of the issue or issues litigated. 3.
The results obtained. In Re: Application of Ellen Lewis and Mary Ann Scott, 31 Ill.Ct.Cl. 642 (1976). The Court will not award fees for time spent on activities that were not directly related to the issue or issues litigated at the hearing. The fees awarded in these cases may be deducted from the award or paid directly by the Claimant. In re Urban, 46 Ill.Ct.Cl. 591, 594 (1992). Because of this, the Court must look with particularity at the amount awarded to Claimant to calculate fees. To do otherwise would result in some decisions where attorneys' fees consume most if not all of an award. While we appreciate and recognize that private practicing lawyers have significant overhead, the majority of law firms handling these cases view the activity to be "pro bono" or "low bono" in nature. As such, we do not believe that a law firm should be allowed to charge significant fees in these matters. For example, in the case before us, counsel is asking for fees totaling $5,373.11. Given the nature of these proceedings, we believe that amount is unsupportable. Mr. Munoz recovered $2,512.35 in this case. It would frustrate the purpose of the Act to allow counsel to obtain a recovery from his client that exceeds the award the client received. The Court of Claims generally limits contingent fees to 20% of the amount of the recovery (705 ILCS 505/26-­‐1). We believe that principal has equal application here. Accordingly, we find counsel may charge Claimant a fee not to exceed 20% of the amount recovered. 272 Accordingly, fees are awarded in the amount of $502.47. Those fees are to be deducted from the Claimant's award. 273 (No. 08-­‐CV-­‐5376 – Claim awarded) In re Application of ANTONIO E. GOMEZ Opinion filed May 20, 2011 FRANK AVELLONE, Counsel for Claimant LISA MADIGAN, Attorney General (COREY-­‐ANNE GULKEWICZ, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel), for Respondent. Damages-­‐Loss wages calculation-­‐ Loss of earnings shall be determined on the basis of the victim’s average monthly earnings, for the six months immediately preceding the date of the injury or on $1,000.00 per month (current rate), whichever is less. In calculating lost wages one must first look at the statutory cap for reimbursement of lost income and then subtract from that the employer or collateral reimbursements. ORDER Birnbaum, J. This matter is before the Court on Claimant's request for compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 1LCS 45/1, et seq., (2000). Claimant was the victim of aggravated domestic battery, a violent crime as defined in §2(c) of the Act, in Chicago, Illinois on April 4, 2009. All of the eligibility requirements of §6.1 of the Act have been met. Claimant seeks compensation for both medical and hospital expenses and for loss of earnings. The issue of medical and hospital expenses have been stipulated. Thus the only issue in contention is calculation of the lost earnings benefit. The Claimant argues that in determining lost earnings, the Court should first look at the amount of Claimant's lost wages and subtract that from the amount reimbursed by the employer or other collateral sources. Claimant would argue that he is entitled to 274 recovery for any sum, not reimbursed up to the statutory cap for lost earnings (currently $l,000/monthly). The State, on the other hand, argues that in calculating lost wages you must first look at the statutory cap for reimbursement of lost income and then subtract from that the employer or collateral reimbursements. The Court of Claims has previously held that the "loss of earnings shall be determined on the basis of the victim's average monthly earnings for the six months immediately preceding the date of the injury or on $500.00 per month, whichever is less." In re SWAN, 34 Ill. Ct. Cl. 426, 428 (1981). In Swan, the Claimant's average monthly earnings were $507.69. Id. The Claimant was disabled and unable to work for 8 months and 4 working days. Id. The Claimant's total loss of earnings was $4,153.84 and the compensable amount of loss of earnings was $4,090.92 (based on $500/month, the statutory maximum compensable amount under the Act at that time). The Claimant received $1,300 in disability payment and this was deducted from the $4,090.92 compensable amount for a total award of $2,790.92. Additionally, In re HAMILTON, 37 Ill. Ct. Cl. 452, 453 (1985), involved a Claimant who received a fracture of the cervical spine when he pulled his son to the floor of the train in an attempt to protect him. Id. The Claimant's average monthly earnings were $1,523.54. Id. at 454. The Claimant loss of earnings during his absence of 17 months and 16 working days was $27,008.18. The compensable amount was $13,295.44 (calculated using the $750.00 maximum compensable amount under the Act at that time). Id. The Claimant received $3,230.36 in sick pay reimbursements that were counted as applicable deductions and subtracted from 275 the $13,295.44 (the then maximum compensable amount) for a total loss of earnings court award of $10,065.08. Id. at 455. Claimant cites In Re Mary Ann Square, Case No. 05-­‐CV-­‐l 360, as instructive. That case is an unpublished opinion and is inopposite of our published opinions on point. In this case, the Claimant's net monthly income was $3.151.35. The Claimant was disabled for 63 working days. The Claimant's compensable amount was $2,863.35, based on the $1,000 per month maximum compensable amount of loss of earnings under the Act. Following the established case law of Swan, Hamilton, and other Court of Claims cases, the claimant's short-­‐term disability of $1,584.73 and vacation pay of $400.12 is subtracted from the Claimant's compensable loss of earnings for a total of $878.50. Therefore, it is hereby ordered that the sum of $878.50 (eight hundred seventy-­‐eight dollars and fifty cents) be and is hereby awarded to Antonio Gomez, an innocent victim of a violent crime. 276 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, CIVIL
DEFENSE WORKERS, CIVIL AIR PATROL
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COMPENSATION ACT
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FY 2011
Where a claim for compensation filed pursuant to the Law Enforcement Officers, Civil Defense
Workers, Civil Air Patrol Members, Paramedics, Firemen and State Employees Compensation
Act (820 ILCS 315/1 et seq.), within one year of the date of death of a person covered by said
Act, is made and it is determined by investigation of the Attorney General of Illinois as affirmed
by the Court of Claims, or by the Court of Claims following a hearing, that a person covered by
the Act was killed in the line of duty, compensation in the amount of $20,000 or $50,000 if
such death occurred on or after July 1, 1983, shall be paid to the designated beneficiary of said
person or, if none was designated or surviving, then to such relative(s) as set forth in the Act.
10-CC-0161 HUBLY, DEBRA K.
10-CC-2182 RODRIGUEZ, CHRISTINA
10-CC-3497 VELAZQUEZ, RHONDA
10-CC-3846 WORTHAM, THOMAS E III
11-CC-0179 FOUTS, KATHY
11-CC-0297 SODERBERG, AURA
11-CC-0367 BAILEY, PAMELA
11-CC-0459 HUBBARD, TRISHA
11-CC-1750 MARION, DAWN
11-CC-2192 WHEATLEY, MARY & DAN / DAN: 431 JESSIE ST, JOLIET, IL 60433
11-CC-2348 JOHNSON, CHERYL
11-CC-2489 AIMIUWU, PATRICIA
11-CC-2828 CUMMINS, SHON G. CUMMINS THAD M.
11-CC-3036 BAUER, JODIE KATHYLEEN
11-CC-3361 WADE-ANKUM, DEMEKA
11-CC-3642 STRINGER, EDWARD J & JENNIFER M
11-CC-3783 POORMAN, PAMELA J
$320,165.72
$321,735.16
$321,683.77
$313,887.96
$323,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$316,206.17
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
277 MILITARY LINE OF DUTY AWARDS
FY2011
11-CC-0052
11-CC-0198
11-CC-0199
11-CC-0200
11-CC-0202
11-CC-0204
11-CC-0240
11-CC-0241
11-CC-0262
11-CC-0263
AUDO, REBECCA
MAGANA, JULIE ANN
DIMOCK, JOSEPH W & ELLEN L
ANTONIK, CINDY
ANTONIK, ERIN M
BARTELT, STEVEN
VAZQUEZ, JUAN
VAZQUEZ, RUBELIA
HOTCHKIN, RUTH CHRISTINE
HOTCHKIN, ERIN D
11-CC-0298 WEIKERT, SUSAN
11-CC-0351 BOYD, DANIELLE S
11-CC-0372 ORATOWSKI, STEPHEN EDWARD
11-CC-0974 POWELL, TRAVIS
11-CC-0975 JOHNSON, KRISTEN LAYNE
11-CC-1157 CATHERWOOD, GRETCHEN
11-CC-1365 BALDWIN, DANIELLE MARIE
11-CC-1373 GRIDER, BRITTANY RENAE
11-CC-1507 STACK, KATELYN D
11-CC-1569 SPARKS, LENORA M
11-CC-1609 MEEHAN, DENISE MARIE
11-CC-1697 YOUNG, BRETT ANN (BOWEN)
11-CC-1797 SIMPSON, ALETHA A
11-CC-2145 EMRICK, TERRY L
11-CC-2283 NEWTON, RICHARD B
11-CC-2376 SMITH, TIFFANY
11-CC-2807 CORZINE, NICK B.
11-CC-3160 ISLES, REBECCA
11-CC-3819 WADE, ELIZABETH A
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
PAID THROUGH
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$320,165.72
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$320,165.72
$313,887.96
$313,887.96
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
$320,165.72
278 MISCELLANEOUS AWARDS
FY2011
03-CC-0498
03-CC-4918
04-CC-0268
04-CC-3020
04-CC-4669
04-CC-4688
05-CC-0117
05-CC-0425
05-CC-1931
05-CC-2082
05-CC-3364
07-CC-1113
07-CC-3406
07-CC-3407
07-CC-3453
08-CC-0183
08-CC-0270
08-CC-2595
08-CC-2923
08-CC-2945
09-CC-2367
09-CC-2716
09-CC-2895
10-CC-0196
10-CC-0281
10-CC-0282
10-CC-0290
10-CC-0419
10-CC-0445
10-CC-0764
10-CC-0899
10-CC-1202
10-CC-2295
10-CC-2484
10-CC-2833
10-CC-2945
10-CC-2971
10-CC-3024
10-CC-3169
10-CC-3321
10-CC-3383
10-CC-3477
10-CC-3506
10-CC-3597
10-CC-3665
10-CC-3721
10-CC-3781
10-CC-3797
10-CC-3808
10-CC-3855
11-CC-0071
11-CC-0113
11-CC-0157
11-CC-0166
11-CC-0265
11-CC-0335
11-CC-0429
11-CC-0451
11-CC-0554
11-CC-0557
11-CC-0588
11-CC-0710
11-CC-0874
11-CC-0912
11-CC-0996
HARDMAN, CARL B.
ARVIO, JOSEPH
WINSTON, JOHN WILLIAM
JACKSON, VALERIE & CHANDLER, MAEDEAN
TENNANT, NANCY JO.
RIVERA, HOMER; INDIVIDUALLY AND AS FATHER AND
NEXT FRIEND OF PAUL
RIVERA
SHARP, JOAN
SAMUTA, ANTHONY; ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE O
F CONSTANTINE SAMUTA
(DECEASED)
DEL VALLE, MICHELLE
DOMINGUEZ, CHERIE C.
LANGEN, LAWERENCE J.
JESKE, ROSS
LEE, L. EVERETT
WU, ZHENGLU
ROWE, LISA
MAIR, VICKI
THOMPSON, MARYLIN
SCOTT, CHERYL
JENNINGS, ROSE
DORSEY, KIMBERLY; AS EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATES
OF JESSICA AND KELLI UHL
*****ALL CALLS DIRECTED TO MIKE @ 2-0379***
ALBANY CARE ET AL
LANCASTER, ALEK A MINOR BY HIS MOTHER AND N/B/
F DEBORAH LANCASTER
PERKINS, RICO
JACKSON, COUNTY OF, D/B/A JACKSON COUNTY AMBUL
ANCE SERVICE
BARNES, GRANT
MILLER, JOSEPH M
DEDERT, ANNE
DODSON, JEREMY D
ANDERSON, CARMEN A
PEDERSON, CHRISTOPHER
FAYETTE, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
HUTCHINS, KENNETH W
ESON, KEVIN W.
KNOX, SUSAN KAY
POYNOR, HEATHER
WOODS, MATTHEW L.
TILLER, LOYD
OWENS, BRENNA
GOMER, ANATOLIY
SANTANA, MONSEROSA
CRAMER, RICHARD
WALTON, CHESTER R.
SIMS, SHANTAY
AMERICAN ACCESS CASUALTY INSURANCE
ALI, JAWED
CCS COMMERCIAL, LLC A/S/O ALLSTATE FIRE & CASU
ALTY COMPANY
DURANT, ELIACHIN
BRASFIELD, WILLIAM
O'KANE, MICHAEL W.
JOHNSON, NAKETIA
LYNCH, SHEREMA
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O EVARARDO REYE
S
RATH, JOHN H. II
IRVING, FLOYD
HOWERTON, MARVIN D
OWENS, KATHLEEN
HERNANDEZ, ALEJANDRO
FOILES, ROBERT
ALLMAN, BRUCE M.
CLOVER, JOEL R. D/B/A KP'S LAWN SERVICE
MAY, WESLEY
HYNES, JEAN
JOHNSON, LOLITA
BALLARD COMPANIES, INC.
CARTER, MARLA B.
$7,500.00
$5,500.00
$1,500.00
$25,761.02
$306.00
$21,512.84
$15,000.00
$65,000.00
$49,500.00
$120,000.00
$388.00
$2,500.00
$1,540.00
$88.00
$100.00
$2,248.56
$11,205.00
$50,000.00
$203.45
$8,000,000.00
$240,920.04
$10,500.00
$5,000.00
$1,290.00
$664.75
$406.04
$1,585.39
$400.00
$500.00
$430.00
$12,422.56
$312.50
$70.00
$626.96
$78.00
$560.00
$50.00
$250.00
$54.00
$30.00
$65.00
$250.00
$65.00
$1,085.00
$79.00
$1,650.00
$250.00
$40.00
$85.00
$124.00
$102.75
$1,087.41
$79.00
$100.00
$1,328.38
$54.00
$170,000.00
$54.00
$40.00
$700.00
$500.00
$53.00
$900.00
$246.60
$79.00
279 11-CC-1079 CARAVELLO, ANGELA
11-CC-1087 TURNER, KELLY
11-CC-1261 JOHNIKUTTY, JOSEPH
11-CC-1295 STEWARD, AUSTON
11-CC-1355 BRUNS, THERESA
11-CC-1359 MUSAU KALEKYE
11-CC-1390 THOMAS. CONNIE L
11-CC-1408 MAHER, PEGGY J
11-CC-1410 NAVARRO, FRANCISCO
11-CC-1415 TOLLIVER, MILLIE A.
11-CC-1422 PATTON, MARILYN
11-CC-1462 MARSHALL, GLENDORA
11-CC-1467 LLOYD, CHARMIN
11-CC-1481 JOE, FRANKLIN
11-CC-1573 CARROLL, MARY DEARMOND
11-CC-1577 CAMARILLO, JEANETTE
11-CC-1604 EVANS, CAROL
11-CC-1661 LOAYZA, MARIA N.
11-CC-1730 JACK, BEVERLY
11-CC-1736 WILLIAMSON, PHEBE
11-CC-1778 HARPER, JULIE REA
11-CC-1786 JOHNSON, RENARDO
11-CC-1859 BOURKE, CATHERINE
11-CC-1888 BARTON, KARLA
11-CC-1954 CASEY, MICHAEL
11-CC-1977 JACKSON, REGINA
11-CC-1993 EMMANUEL, SEBASTIAN
11-CC-2002 PALMORE-JORDAN, CAROLYN
11-CC-2024 ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
11-CC-2027 POWELL, DAVID G.
11-CC-2031 CLARK, SEBASTIAN III
11-CC-2126 CERDA, JOSE
11-CC-2169 OWENS, FANNIE
11-CC-2174 ROBERTS, COURTNEY E.
11-CC-2223 FULCHER, SYLVESTER
11-CC-2231 MINOR, BRENDA
11-CC-2319 JOHNSON-EDWARDS, JENNIFER
11-CC-2406 SCHMID, LINNEA
11-CC-2534 WILLIAMS, MATTHEW B.
11-CC-2786 GIACOMAZZO, PETER
11-CC-2955 MCLAUGHLIN, EILEEN
11-CC-3102 MERAZ, UBALDO MEDRANO
11-CC-3263 TREJO, CHRISTINA D.
11-CC-3286 RAZI, RACHEEL
$109.00
$42.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
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$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
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$87,057.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$.00
$150.00
$500.00
$100.00
$95.00
$.00
$2,760.69
$.00
$.00
$.00
$79.00
$100.00
$99.00
$99.00
$700.00
$70.00
$1,695.00
280 MISCELLANEOUS DENIED AND DISMISSED CLAIMS
FY 2011 93-CC-0339
96-CC-0172
97-CC-2593
98-CC-0672
98-CC-1300
99-CC-2140
00-CC-3656
00-CC-4170
00-CC-4576
01-CC-0856
01-CC-1969
01-CC-2009
01-CC-2526
01-CC-2604
01-CC-4780
02-CC-2094
02-CC-2421
02-CC-2807
02-CC-2854
02-CC-3412
02-CC-4132
02-CC-4133
02-CC-4359
02-CC-4490
02-CC-5216
02-CC-5288
02-CC-5333
03-CC-0236
03-CC-0245
03-CC-0409
03-CC-0812
03-CC-1432
03-CC-2053
03-CC-2123
03-CC-2402
03-CC-2957
03-CC-3102
03-CC-3346
03-CC-3453
03-CC-3458
03-CC-3858
03-CC-3939
03-CC-4182
03-CC-4526
03-CC-4688
03-CC-4934
03-CC-4979
03-CC-5011
04-CC-0021
04-CC-0023
04-CC-0024
04-CC-0025
04-CC-0029
DUPREE, CEDRIC
DEVITO, ANDREW
ZAKOFF, ROBERT; SPECIAL ADM. OF ESTATE OF JOSE
PH ZAKOFF, DECEASED
ILLINOIS PARTNERS FOR SOCIAL & ECONOMIC DEV.,
INC.
COASTAL CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE, INC.
BRANDON, BRIAN A.
DOOLEY, DENNIS
SCHULTZ, MARY MADORA
HAMMOND, DENNIS R. & LENORA G. HAMMOND
HILL MEADOWS
WILLIS, NADINE; INDIVIDUALLY & AS SPECIAL ADMI
NISTRATRIX OF ESTATE OF CLARENCE WILLIS, II, D
ECEASED
GATLIN, MICHAEL ANGELO
IBRAHIM, YUSRA
JOHNSON, KATHY
CENTRAL ILLINOIS HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY CENTER, I
NC.
VALLIN, CLAUDIA
KUTAG
KILGORE, MELVIN, JR.
GALDIKAS, JAMES HANSEN, CATHERINE HEDGSPETH, C
AROL JOHNSON, ERNESTINE:POSLUSZNY, SANDRA SHAR
P, JACKIE WATERS, DIANNA ET AL
TERRY, EDWARD
CARDINAL HEALTH CARE, INC.
CARDINAL HILL HEALTH CARE, LLP
WILLIAMS, LAKISHA
CHANDLER, KATHLEEN
TALIANI, STEVEN A.
PRACHA, MUHAMMAD K. & PRACHA, QAMAR J.; INDIVI
DUALLY CO-ADMINISTRATORS OF ESTATE OF MUHAMMAD
M. PRACHA, DECD., NIDA PRACHA & MARIAM PRACHA
GODDARD, GEORGE
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
TURNER, DAVID
BROUGHTON, KELVIN
BROWN, RONALD
HARRIS, DENNIS L.
ESSEX, KENNETH
KUNDID, ALEXANDRA
RIVIERA MANOR, INC.
SHAW, LILY HARRIS, AS SPECIAL ADMINISTATOR OF
ESTATE OF LARRY C SHAW
COLLINSVILLE CARE CENTER
GOODEN, LARRY
WILSON, ARVENA IND AND AS MOTHER AND NEXT (ADD
L COUNSEL: ANNE KUBAN
FRIEND OF TERRANCE KIN
G A MINOR
55 E MONROE, CHICAGO IL 60603)
CARDINAL HILL HEALTH CARE
MARCIA DAVENPORT, AS INDEPENDANT ADMINISTRATOR
OF THE ESTATE OF
TALISA DAVENPORT
TRAVIS, VERNON, L.
STATE FARM FIRE & CASUALTY COMPANY A/S/O ADAMC
ZYK, EDWARD D.
LOMAN, BRIAN & DODD, JACK
DRAKE, JAMES J.
MOSTACCIO PHILLIP J
AGUILAR CARLOS
FOUCHIA ANDREA
ALDEN NURSING CENTER MCHENRY
ALDEN NURSING CENTER WENTWORTH
ALDEN NURSING CENTER TOWN MANOR
ALDEN NURSING CENTER EVANSTON
ALDEN NURSING CENTER VALLEY RIDGE
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
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DISMISSED
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DISMISSED
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281 04-CC-0030
04-CC-0031
04-CC-0032
04-CC-0034
04-CC-0036
04-CC-0037
04-CC-0038
04-CC-0260
04-CC-0387
04-CC-0388
04-CC-0450
04-CC-0525
04-CC-0526
04-CC-0531
04-CC-0533
04-CC-1285
04-CC-1368
04-CC-1749
04-CC-1995
04-CC-3195
04-CC-3292
04-CC-3432
04-CC-3734
04-CC-3749
04-CC-4115
04-CC-4610
05-CC-0245
05-CC-0268
05-CC-0346
05-CC-0391
05-CC-0479
05-CC-0530
05-CC-0942
05-CC-0944
05-CC-1144
05-CC-1657
05-CC-1839
05-CC-3091
05-CC-3262
05-CC-3265
05-CC-3346
05-CC-3375
05-CC-3582
06-CC-0021
06-CC-0026
06-CC-0043
06-CC-0086
06-CC-0164
06-CC-0168
06-CC-0195
06-CC-0256
06-CC-0318
06-CC-0411
06-CC-0416
06-CC-0505
06-CC-0979
06-CC-0980
06-CC-1049
06-CC-1151
06-CC-1265
06-CC-1427
06-CC-1717
06-CC-1721
06-CC-2007
06-CC-2008
06-CC-2009
06-CC-2054
06-CC-2149
06-CC-2626
06-CC-2790
06-CC-2863
06-CC-2949
06-CC-3222
06-CC-3247
ALDEN NURSING CENTER NORTHMOOR
ALDEN NURSING CENTER POPLAR CREEK
ALDEN NURSING CENTER MARROW
ALDEN NURSING CENTER LINCOLN PARK
ALDEN NURSING CENTER NAPERVILLE
ALDEN NURSING CENTER LONG GROVE
ALDEN NURSING CENTER PRINCETON
ROBINSON, LEWIS
SUNBRIDGE CARE & REHABILITATION FOR DANVILLE
EVENGLOW LODGE
WILDER, DARREN
MEADOWBROOK MANOR - BOLINGBROOK
MEADOWBROOK MANOR - NAPERVILLE
ASTA CARE CENTER OF BLOOMINGTON
ASTA CARE CENTER OF ROCKFORD
FORMS DESIGN PLUS/COLEMAN PRINTING COMPANY
TURNER, DAVID CURTIS
NAGLE, SARAH E.
HOLLY, CHRISTOPHER
BELL, BETTY J.
KOESTERER, ALOYS
CADY, DAVY
ANDERSON, BERNELL
ST. ANTHONY MEDICAL CENTER
WADE, RICHARD
BANGASH, JAVED I., M.D.S.C.
HILL, MINNIE MARIE
TERRY, EDWARD
MALIK COMPANIES LIMITED
LANGLEY, STEVEN
WITTY, DEBORAH S.
CENTRAL PARTS WAREHOUSE
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
A/S/O RICH, DAVID
THOMAS, SYLVESTIA
STILB, YVONNE E.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
BYRD, VIRGINIA
NAGEL, KAREN A.
MCWILLIAMS ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.
HROBOWSKI, RALPH
CROWN VICTOR M.
WARE, ERIC
NAGEL, KAREN A.
SCHRIER, INC. AN ILLINOIS CORPORATION
SANDERS, PAUL
AMERICAN NATIONAL PROPERTY & CASUALTY COMPANY
A/S/O VIRGIN, SARA J.
TURNER, DAVID CURTIS
CROWN, VICTOR M.
NAGEL, KAREN A.
HARRIS, CRAWFORD
MERTES, MARLENE D.
GROSS, TOBY AKA COLLINS, JAMES
CUTRELL, CYNTHIA
WARD, JOSEPH
AIKENS, LACHANDA
RESP ATTY: DEBORAH J
NELSON @ SIU, 318
ANTHONY HALL, MC 4307, CARBONDALE, IL. 6290
LATALL, JOHN M.D.
KUFFELL, DANIEL & LAURA
BITTNER, WILLIAM
BOWDEN, GLENN
BOCLAIRE, VAL
TERRELL, JIMMIE
ANTIONE, NATHAN
ELLISON, BENNIE K.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
CROWN, VICTOR M.
WARREN, CAROL A.
CROWN, VICTOR M.; ET AL.
OFC CAPITAL CORPORATION
DACZEWITZ, SHERREE; ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATE OF
DACZEWITZ, JOSHUA
LEGGE, KAREN J.
ALKSNIS, JO ANNE O/B/O JENNIFER(MINOR)
JEHANGIR, VENTRICE J.; INDIVIDUALLY AND INDEPE
NDENT ADMINISTRATOR
OF ESTATE OF JEHANGIR,
JEHANGIR M. AND GUARDIAN OF MINORS
LEVY, ENRICO
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07-CC-3143
07-CC-3261
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08-CC-0737
SEKHARAN, MATHANGI
GERGANS, GREGORY A., M.D.
LAMB, GREGORY
SCOTT, DELORES 2008-0039075
WALSH, DEREK J.
KLUXDAL, THOMAS
LUINSTRA, SHANNON
BOYD, MICHAEL
JONES, KENNETH
OWENS, JAMES
GATES, MARCIA L.
GATES, MARCIA
SOLOMON, CORDWELL, BUENZ & ASSOCIATES, INC.
KEELING, ROBERT D. & JUDY L.
HOUSTON, CHANDRA
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AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
ANDERSON, MARSHALL
MOORE, MARY BETH
NEUROSURGERY & SPINE SURGERY
NEUROSURGERY & SPINE SURGERY
BENSENVILLE HOME SOCIETY
SPRINGFIELD ARC
AMICARE OF MISSOURI
GLOVE USA, INC.
KING, JENNIFER
AMEREN IP
WENNIE, BANDU
RICKERT, DAVID J
WHITTENBURG, JENNIFER J
JO-RAY HOUSE, INC.
DERMATOLOGY, LTD.
RECORD SYSTEMS, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
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CASA CENTRAL SOCIAL SERVICE CORPORATION
CASA CENTRAL SOCIAL SERVICE CORPORATION
SOS CHILDREN'S VILLAGES
MENARD, INC.
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC
AMEREN IP
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O GINA PINTOZZI
GOREY
ENCOMPASS INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O JOHN F HEALY
COOK, SHAI-TAN L & SARA J
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
LINCOLN HOSPITALITY, LLC D/B/A HOLIDAY INN MAT
TESON
QUANTROL, INC.
CONSIDINE-BRECHON, DAWN
CONSIDINE-BRECHON, DAWN
GOLEMBECK REPORTING SERVICE
MCGEE, VALERIA
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
PAWNEE LUMBER & HARDWARE
DANIELS, SHEILA
MCKENZIE, DAMON, JR.
ACCESSING YOUR ABILITIES, INC.
AMEREN IP
AMEREN IP
ILLINOIS EYE CENTER, S.C.
AMEREN IP
LUTHERAN CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES OF ILLINOIS
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION D/B/A THOMSON WEST
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
INNOVATIVE OUTPATIENT MEDICAL SYSTEMS, INC.
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
A/S/O ROSE COTTON
BIVENS, ARYULES
AMEREN CIPS
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
BASSETT, GEOFFREY
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
CARLSON-REZIERE, STEPHANIE
ADD'L CLMNT: RE
ZIA REZIERE, 9701 DEE
RD, NILES, IL 60714
PETTIS, JERMAINE
INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
BRAUN, LINDA M
ILLINOIS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - MEDICAL CE
NTER
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - MEDICAL CE
NTER
STANLEY ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES, LLC
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
ST. JOSEPH'S HOME OF SPRINGFIELD
CORPORATE EXPRESS
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
A & D DISPOSAL
NCI BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC.
RAKOWSKI, LAWRENCE P
WILLIAMS, BOBBY O SR
TRIPLETT, CLARENCE L
RICE, TITIANA
MCCLURE, ANTHONY
GARDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
GARDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
GARDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
GORDA CL GREAT LAKES, INC.
TREND OFFSET PRINTING
MOBILE ID SOLUTIONS, INC.
MIDWEST BANK NOTE COMPANY
PETERMAN, JOHN R.
METHODIST HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO
FIELDS, NATHSON EDGAR
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ADVANCE PRO HEALTH CARE EXPRESS
HEARTLAND HEALTH OUTREACH
PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY, INC.
ECK-N-TECK, INC.
GENTIVA HEALTH SERVICES
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
WOLF, WILLIAM F
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATIO
N
MIDWEST MAILING & SHIPPING SYSTEMS, INC.
A & D DISPOSAL
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - MEDICAL CE
NTER
PEAK PERSONNEL, INC.
ADDUS HEALTHCARE, INC.
JENSEN REPORTING
SOUTH SIDE CONTROL SUPPLY COMPANY
COLLINS, DON
UNIFORMITY, INC.
WEBBER & THIES, P.C.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
HUDSON, GLORIA SHAFFER
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
SPRINGFIELD RADIOLOGISTS, S.C.
CARBONDALE, CITY OF
KUBICKI, BENJAMIN A.
LOOMIS BROTHERS EQUIPMENT COMPANY
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
ELLIS, CHARLES W
PROGRESSIVE DIRECT INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O MAN
SHOLT CLINTON
COMISKEY, BLAKE
PRESSEY, DAVID B
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
WENNIE, BANDU
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
FISHER, ALICIA
SHERMAN HOSPITAL
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
CARRUBA, KATHRYN L
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
HELP AT HOME, INC.
ACCULINGUA INT'L INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A INLING
UA
MOULTRIE COUNTY COUNSELING CENTER
BOSS, DANIEL E.
SOTOS, JAMES, G. & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
SOTOS, JAMES, G. & ASSOCIATES, LTD.
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
TOOMEY REPORTING
PONDER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC.
NORTHWEST HOME CARE, INC.
SPOON RIVER HOME HEALTH SERVICES, INC.
GROUP FOX, INC.
HUTTON, JOEL
JOHNSON, JOHN
LOGSDON STATIONERS
HELP AT HOME, INC.
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
EWING-LUNDBERG & ASSOCIATES, INC. D/B/A E.L.A.
SECURITY, INC.
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NORTH EAST MULTI-REGIONAL TRAINING
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
UNITED SURGICAL ASSISTANTS, INC.
MID AMERICA RADIOLOGY, S.C.
WINFREY, MURTRECCA
ACCULINGUA INT'L INC. OF ILLINOIS D/B/A INLING
UA
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
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EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES PC
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
TILLITT-PRATT, MARY BETH
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK SOCIAL WORKERS-C
HICAGO CHAPTER
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
INLAND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, INC.
HELP AT HOME, INC.
MELOTTE MORSE LEONATTI PARKER, LTD.
CARLE CLINIC
ACCURATE COURT REPORTING
IMPERIAL REALTY COMPANY AS AGENT FOR KLAIRMONT
ENTERPRISES, INC.
WRIGHT EXPRESS FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION
KASKASKIA WORKSHOP, INC.
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
D R PEDEN FIRE PROTECTION, INC.
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
CYSTIC FIBROSIS SERVICES, INC.
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
TUTHMVR, LLC
FIVE STAR SERVICES, INC.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY MOBILITY, LLC
PLATTNER ORTHOPEDIC COMPANY
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
HONG, KYUSIK
ASADI, ISLAAM
SHUBERT, STEVEN W
SHUBERT, STEVEN W
LEWIS, SYLVESTER
STAPLES, DEBRA
WRIGHT EXPRESS FINANCIAL SERVICES CORPORATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
WATERLOO, CITY OF
GASTROENTEROLOGY CONSULT OF LIBERTYVILLE
NIGHSONGER, CYNTHIA, A.
EUROPEAN SERVICE AT HOME, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
MORLAN, JENNIFER
OFFICE DEPOT
OFFICE DEPOT
DEHOYOS, PETER JR
WHITE, RENARD C, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE O
F BENJAMIN H WHITE
WHITE, RENARD C, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE O
F BENJAMIN H WHITE
WHITE, RENARD C, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE O
F BENJAMIN H WHITE
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WHITE, RENARD C, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE O
F BENJAMIN H WHITE
RUBINGISA, PROVIDENCE
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
XEROX CORPORATION
PITMAN COMPANY
WALKER, BIANCA
SWEDISH AMERICAN HOSPITAL
MCCLARIN, ARCHIE III
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATIO
N
MANAGEMENT SERVICES CO
RP.
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
INGALLS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
ANIXTER CENTER
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
VINCK, SEAN
WENNIE, BANDU
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
COLEMAN, CHARLES
KUHR, JOANN
CATELLANI, CONSTANCE A.
BAYS, JOHN
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
ASHLEY'S QUALITY CARE, INC.
SANTANA, MONSEROSA
WRIGHT, ADAM C.
NORTHERN ILLINOIS SCANNING
WORLD ACCESS
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH EDISON COMPANY
MOULTRIE COUNTY COUNSELING CENTER
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
SHAY HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INC.
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
HAVE A HEART HOMEMAKER SERVICES, LTD.
XEROX CORPORATION
PITNEY BOWES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ADVISORY COMMISSION,
MTU #10
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ADVISORY COMMISSION,
MTU #10
WOLF ENVELOPE COMPANY
WOLF ENVELOPE COMPANY
LOPEZ, STEVEN
XEROX CORPORATION
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
BAYS, JOHN
OCE IMAGISTICS, INC.
UNIVERSITY HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY GROUP, INC.
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HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
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A-1 LOCK, INC.
A-1 LOCK, INC.
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ELCOCK, GERMAINE
HOMOYA, PETER
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
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ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY
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XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
XEROX CORPORATION
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OPTIONS & ADVOCACY FOR MCHENRY COUNTY
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XEROX CORPORATION
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ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
ALLIED WASTE SERVICES
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XEROX CORPORATION
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CRISSIE-SHAYKIN, MARIE
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100 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE
KNOX, COUNTY OF
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DABBS, GREG
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TIRVA, ANDREA M.
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TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
TOLTEC MECHANICAL, INC.
ILLINOIS MENTOR
MGF AUTOMOTIVE/CHEAP CARS/MIDWESTERN GOAT FAR
BEAUREGARD, RENEE L.
TOMPKINS PRINTING EQUIPMENT, COMPANY
STANLEY, ARTHUR
BAGDONAS, JOSEPH
FORSYTH, ROBERT J II
NICKELS, BRIAN
STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY
A/S/O SHIRLEY L LEONARD
ORCHESTRATE HOSPITALITY
ASHWORTH, TIMOTHY
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
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CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL CHANGE
NORRIS, JOHN V
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
LAMB, GREGORY
FOSSEY, STEPHANIE
ROBERT GILL & COMPANY, INC.
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INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
IBM CORPORATION
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
GRAINGER
VISTA MEDICAL CENTER EAST
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RAY GRAHAM ASSOCIATION
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY A/S/O HUTCHINGS, JU
LIA
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ST. ANTHONY'S HEALTH CENTER
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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
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ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE
NORTHFIELD INN & SUITES
HOLIDAY INN HOTEL & SUITES
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
WEXFORD HEALTH SOURCES, INC.
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WEST, LATONYA D/B/A TLC DAYCARE 7
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JEWISH CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES
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ISABEL, JEANNE M.
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SCOTT , COUNTY OF, TREASURER
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THOMAS, CHICO
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CENTRAL ILLINOIS STAFFING SERVICES, LLC D/B/A
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AMERICAN MEDICAL ALERT CORPORATION
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PIKE, COUNTY OF, TREASURER
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UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
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MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
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KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS USA, INC.
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ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
EARLY-EXTON, ANGELINE
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BHC STREAMWOOD HOSPITAL, INC.
WOLTIL'S HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, INC.
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UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE
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SPOON RIVER HOME HEALTH SERVICES, INC.
SPRINGFIELD RADIOLOGISTS, S.C.
MID-CONTINENT UNIVERSITY
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RCM DATA CORPORATION
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LINCOLNWOOD DEVELOPERS, INC.
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LINCOLNWOOD DEVELOPERS, INC.
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CENTRAL STATES TACTICAL
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THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY
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CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
CHILDREN'S HOME ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS
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INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
SCOTT QUINN & ASSOCIATES, LLC
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SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - MEDICAL CE
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SIU PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
BAYMONT INN & SUITES
IDENTISYS, INC.
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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, PARK DISTRICT
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PITNEY BOWES, INC.
PARKWAY ELEVATORS
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LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINB
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DONALD BONOMO LES BESTE DDS PC D/B/A ORAL SURG
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INDUSTRIAL SOAP COMPANY
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HELP AT HOME, INC.
FULCHER, SYLVESTER
A-1 LOCK, INC.
A-1 LOCK, INC.
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ALBERGA, VITO
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MALCOLM EATON ENTERPRISES
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
COLHOT, LLC
FIRST ELECTRIC MOTOR SHOP, INC.
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COLHOT, LLC
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SAWAR'S NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUTE
MCLEAN COUNTY NEUROLOGY, S. C.
SAWAR'S NEUROLOGICAL INSTITUTE
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
ADVANCED COMMODITIES, INC.
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BONUTTI ORTHOPEDIC CLINIC
CAMILLO, JUSTIN
CHENG, BIAO
QUALITY CARPET BROTHERS, INC.
SHELBY COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
SCHUBERT, LAUREN
RALPH, HEATHER
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XEROX CORPORATION
DRURY INN MARION
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SMITH, TISHA
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DZIEKAN, ERIN E.
KASKASKIA COLLEGE
ADOLPHSON, LENIE
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CROESSMANN WHOLESALE, INC.
PRAIRIE INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
RIVERSIDE HEALTH SYSTEMS
KNOXVILLE, CITY OF
GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
RELY SERVICES, INC.
RELY SERVICES, INC.
RELY SERVICES, INC.
BETHEL NEW LIFE, INC. C/O MATANKY REALTY GROUP
, INC.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO - MEDICAL CE
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XEROX CORPORATION
TUCKER, LENA
LAKE, COUNTY OF, RECORDER
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SIMPLEXGRINNELL
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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
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PROVENA HEALTH CENTRAL BUSINESS OFFICE
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
A-TEC AMBULANCE, INC.
84TH & HARLEM VENTURE, LLC
84TH & HARLEM VENTURE, LLC
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FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
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REGAL BUSINESS MACHINES, INC.
MONTENEGRO PAPER
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BRIDGEWAY TRAINING SERVICES
XEROX CORPORATION
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MOSAIC
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MENARD, INC.
MCGINNIS, MARY
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SIMPLEXGRINNELL
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SHORE COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
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PITNEY BOWES, INC.
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT
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OWENS, FANNIE
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11-CC-2081
FOX RIVER FOODS, INC.
EMC2 LANDSCAPING, LLC
BADGER TRUCK CENTER, INC.
ON-LINE SECURITY SYSTEMS, INC. D/B/A METRO ENF
ORCEMENT
ALSCO-AMERICAN LINEN DIVISION
J WALTER THOMPSON USA, INC.
HARRIS, SIERRA
HARRIS, SIERRA
PARK FOREST, VILLAGE OF
CAMERON, PAXTON E.
BOLINGBROOK, PARK DISTRICT
ST. JAMES HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTERS
HOFFMAN ESTATES, PARK DISTRICT
LAWRENCE, COUNTY OF, COURTHOUSE
ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT
ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT
TRINITY SERVICES
PKS CHRISTIAN LEARNING SITE, INC.
CORNERSTONE SERVICES, INC.
CLEMMONS, TIFFANY
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
INTEGRYS ENERGY SERVICES
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
MOORE, MAURICE
LEMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT
JOLIET, CITY OF
LEIST, JULIE
KRASNY, PHILIP
BARNETT, CYNTHIA
SEPS, INC.
ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES OF KANKAKEE
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
GRAINGER
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
JAMES TENUTO & ASSOCIATES
JAMES TENUTO & ASSOCIATES
MAC GRAPHICS GROUP, INC.
LOVE LEARNING CENTER
PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRIES
MARISOL, DAVILA
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
IRVING KANNETT & ASSOCIATES
IHM, PATRICIA
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
AIR SYSTEMS OF ILLINOIS
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
SEVILLE STAFFING, LLC
NORTHWESTERN LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL
HELP AT HOME, INC.
CREW, JENNIFER R
DANNER, BARBARA
WOMENS TREATMENT CENTER
AT&T DATACOMM, INC.
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINB
ERG, LTD
EXPRESS MAILING SERVICE
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
LEE, COUNTY OF, COUNCIL ON AGING
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
HEPHZIBAH CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
LEYDEN FAMILY SERVICE & MHC
LANER, MUCHIN, DOMBROW, BECKER, LEVIN & TOMINB
ERG, LTD
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
MCHENRY, COUNTY OF
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
$1,515.15
$500.00
$191,786.00
$16,416.00
$909.44
$18,222.44
$261.40
$287.54
$50.00
$287.54
$948.00
$1,064.96
$1,024.00
$50.00
$9,090.00
$29,643.00
$160.00
$1,867.95
$1,236.27
$452.80
$26,841.05
$3,014.96
$169,763.11
$7,381.27
$1,302.80
$85,461.73
$34.59
$4,252.00
$9,001.48
$40,801.73
$19,639.10
$13.08
$392.40
$1,195.00
$308.92
$190.00
$219.55
$169.91
$363.74
$5.74
$9.04
$61.88
$30.00
$107.08
$471.80
$8,367.00
$4,615.18
$330.00
$.00
$68.20
$1,310.74
$48.00
$26.00
$110.00
$1,305.96
$488.01
$508.08
$8,072.00
$55,236.45
$900.75
$459.40
$3,919.77
$10,064.18
$97.86
$2,600.00
$3,725.00
$70.00
$2,259.84
$1,129.92
$57,711.84
$95.54
$9,000.00
$297,212.00
$14.72
$44.16
$28.98
$39.82
$333.42
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11-CC-2388
11-CC-2398
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11-CC-2439
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11-CC-2462
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11-CC-2469
11-CC-2470
11-CC-2471
11-CC-2472
11-CC-2473
11-CC-2474
11-CC-2475
11-CC-2476
11-CC-2493
11-CC-2499
11-CC-2501
11-CC-2503
11-CC-2508
11-CC-2510
11-CC-2523
11-CC-2528
11-CC-2533
BROWN, ANTHONY, M.D.
T & M DAYCARE CENTER
TABET DIVITO & ROTHSTEIN, LLC
J & R LANDSCAPING, INC.
NAPA AUTO PARTS
PROVENA ST MARY'S HOSPITAL
AMERICAN SIGNS BY TOMORROW
LEE, COUNTY OF, HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
LITTLE HANDS & FEET
HARRIS, DONALD P. JR.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
QIAGEN, INC.
WINGATE HOTEL
WINGATE HOTEL
WINGATE HOTEL
RAMOS, ILUMINADA D.
CHILDREN'S HOME & AID SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
SECRETARY OF STATE DRIVERS SERVICES - PETTY CA
SH
OTTAWA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
COHEN, CHRISTOPHER B
GRAINCO FS, INC.
SIMS, MAURICE
CENTER FOR SIGHT & HEARING
WHITE, JACQUELINE R., M.D.
FISHER SWALE NICHOLSON EYE CENTER
BASK ILLINOIS HOSPITALITY, INC. D/B/A COMFORT
SUITES
WITH LOVING CARE
PATHWAYS PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES
WEIMAR, KATHLEEN M.
BLACKBURN, SHEILA
HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGIES
HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGIES
FOX VALLEY FIRE & SAFETY COMPANY, INC.
SCHIMMER FORD
AIRWAYS SYSTEMS, INC.
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
NORTHEASTERN LAKE FOREST HOSPITAL
BRANDY, CRAIG
EVERY BLOOMIN INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, INC.
HARYANI, VIJAY M. MD.
FORYS, VICTOR A.
WINNEBAGO, COUNTY OF
MCCORKLE, KATHERINE
MCCORKLE, KATHERINE
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS, INC.
CATALYST CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
HEAVEN IS A PLAYGROUND CHILDCARE
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS INC.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS INC.
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS
NEW HOPE CENTER, INC.
ROSS, STEVEN O.
MCCORKLE COURT REPORTERS INC.
YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU OF ILLINOIS VALLEY D/B/A
THE KIDS PLACE
DIVISION OF GLENKIRK OPPORTUNITY SECURE DATA D
ESTRUCTION
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
EXCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.
HARRIS, LEVI S.
LYONS-MARTIN, LANISE C.
RANDOLPH, RANDI C.
LIL WONDERS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
COMET MESSENGER SERVICE, INC.
COOK'S DIRECT, INC.
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF THE DIOCESE OF ROCKFORD
PROVENA ST. MARYS HOSPITAL
$19.76
$969.00
$1,873.56
$1,850.00
$176.94
$367.35
$200.00
$39.11
$1,753.16
$879.98
$177.73
$4,204.29
$4,955.50
$87.99
$87.99
$263.97
$280.60
$1,120.77
$525.25
$2,547.24
$44.89
$65.00
$511.06
$217.51
$2,210.75
$257.50
$607.00
$228.75
$1,170.78
$319.80
$1,425.28
$72.50
$1,646.82
$10,517.50
$9,032.12
$728.00
$156.82
$480.00
$33,792.46
$58.18
$396.00
$8,606.00
$65.50
$450.00
$4,854.50
$467.05
$174.10
$1,028.70
$4,490.53
$91.56
$92.92
$82.63
$850.00
$1,383.55
$900.00
$110.00
$61.99
$474.07
$300.00
$1,452.28
$1,036.75
$1,970.50
$2,448.00
$1,797.50
$1,999.00
$1,124.50
$526.50
$1,920.50
$791.68
$233.00
$73.80
$860.00
$1,577.70
$43.85
$9,506.40
$124.00
$14.23
325 11-CC-2536
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11-CC-2626
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11-CC-2834
11-CC-2835
11-CC-2838
11-CC-2840
11-CC-2849
11-CC-2890
AUNT MARTHA'S YOUTH SERVICE CENTER, INC.
BARRINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
ZION, PARK DISTRICT
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
HOUSE CALLS COUNSELING
WARNSLEY, DONNA
MOORE, LYNDA
MOORE, LYNDA
CLARK, TIFFANY A.
WEST SUBURBAN LIMOUSINE, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN JOMES, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
ASPEN HOMES, INC.
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
CASADY, RHONDA
NORTHWEST TREATMENT ASSOCIATES, INC.
BREWBAKER, LORRIE
MENONI & MOCOGNI, INC.
YOUTH SERVICES NETWORK
COOK, COUNTY OF, RECORDER OF DEEDS
WORKFORCE LANGUAGE SERVICES
ANCHOR MECHANICAL, INC.
URS CORPORATION
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
LINCOLN SQUARE PARTNERSHIP C/O AAMS CORPORATIO
N
11-CC-2892 FROEMEL, RACHEL
11-CC-2893 KOREAN AMERICAN WOMEN IN NEED
11-CC-2907 DEWEYS SERVICE, INC.
11-CC-2911 HOLIDAY INN AURORA
11-CC-2922 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-2934 BATTERY HOUSE
11-CC-2935 GOLF MAINE, PARK DISTRICT
11-CC-2942 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-2944 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-2949 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-2994 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-3012 SERVICE DRYWALL & DECORATING, INC.
11-CC-3016 MCDERMOTT, MARGARET E.
11-CC-3019 WEBER, STEVE
11-CC-3041 SYLVIA GERUT REPORTING, INC.
11-CC-3048 UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE, INC.
11-CC-3055 HOGAN MARREN, LTD.
11-CC-3061 PROVENA ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
11-CC-3086 ALLIED TUBE & CONDUIT
11-CC-3114 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-3124 SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CENTER
11-CC-3148 ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
11-CC-3169 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-3170 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-3171 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC.
11-CC-3174 ALLIANCE HUMAN SERVICES, INC
11-CC-3229 ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
11-CC-3258 MID-CITY PLAZA, LLC D/B/A CROWN PLAZA METRO
11-CC-3259 CLINICAL ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE
11-CC-3384 TURNER, JANICE M.
11-CC-3392 EVANS, MARY L.
11-CC-3419 GANNETT FLEMING, INC.
$122,774.00
$9,205.74
$701.04
$353.30
$105.99
$200.00
$57.23
$444.70
$757.34
$128.80
$3,532.60
$3,013.10
$14,442.10
$5,850.45
$29,738.21
$1,860.00
$2,996.25
$1,260.00
$2,234.50
$633.48
$20.00
$1,116.80
$425.00
$3,019.00
$1,430.00
$188.67
$32,079.44
$140.00
$141.52
$152.66
$100.00
$237.42
$171.28
$370.21
$.00
$6,808.87
$350.00
$87.20
$252.12
$122.04
$1,410.00
$1,277.96
$1,277.96
$1,277.96
$1,072.23
$866.42
$4,497.00
$375.00
$419.75
$105.52
$685.30
$250.00
$41,934.00
$1,072.23
$3,612.79
$123.55
$3,291.27
$256.00
$1,072.23
$2,555.92
$156.20
$1,311.65
$775.00
$562.02
$117.63
$145,548.00
326 CONTRACTS-­‐-­‐LAPSED APPROPRIATIONS FY 2011 When the appropriation from which a claim should have been paid has lapsed, the Court will enter an award for the amount due Claimant. 327 PUBLIC AID MEDICAL VENDOR AWARDS
FY2011
10-CC-2052 AMBOY NURSING AQUISITION ET AL
$661,191.16
328 PRISONERS AND INMATES
MISSING PROPERTY CLAIMS FY 2011 The following list of cases consists of claims brought by prisoners and inmates of State correctional facilities against the State to recover the value of certain items of personal property of which they allegedly possessed while incarcerated, but which were allegedly lost while the State was in possession thereof or for which the State was allegedly otherwise responsible. Consistent with the cases involving the same subject matter appearing in full in previous Court of Claims Reports, these claims were all decided based upon the theories of bailments, conversion, or negligence. Because of the volume, length, and general similarity of the opinions, the full texts of the opinions were not published, except for those claims which may have some precedential value. 01-CC-0278 HENDRICKS, DEANA
02-CC-4122 RUCKMAN, LEEONCE
03-CC-3560 ELIZONDO, ALEJANDRO,J
05-CC-0468 MORISSETTE, SHERMAN
05-CC-2288 TURNER, DAVID C.
05-CC-3468 JOINER, FRANK
06-CC-0096 AMES, THOMAS R.
06-CC-2363 WILKINS, GREGORY D.
06-CC-2717 WHIRL, SHAWN B.
06-CC-2962 BROWN, RONALD D.
07-CC-0925 LOHNES, JAMES
08-CC-0080 OWENS, JOHNNIE
08-CC-1639 STARKS, DAVID SR
09-CC-0164 ALLEN, MARSHAN TERRELL
09-CC-0208 JONES, WILLIAM T
09-CC-0466 BOATMAN, GREGORY
09-CC-2532 ALDIN, NAJAM
09-CC-2968 CLARK, WILLIE
09-CC-3026 RICHARDSON, SHANNON
10-CC-0133 SERIO, RAYMOND
10-CC-2183 RAY, HOYT
10-CC-3285 LEE, WILLIAM E
$7,500.00
$4.07
$10,000.00
$94.31
$60.00
$46.00
$272.64
$15.00
$308.60
$5,000.00
$40.00
$90.00
$303.73
$1,225.00
$5,000.00
$50.00
$150.00
$31.24
$32.55
$180.55
$100.00
$93.22
329 CRIME VICTIMS COMPENSATION ACT
OPINIONS NOT PUBLISHED IN FULL FY 2011 Where person is victim of violent crime as defined in the Act; has suffered pecuniary loss; notified and cooperated fully with law enforcement officials immediately after the crime; the injury was not substantially attributable to the victim's wrongful act or substantial provocation; and the claim was filed in the Court of Claims within one year of the date of injury; compensation is payable under the Act. 84-CV-1015
88-CV-0103
93-CV-2927
95-CV-2931
97-CV-1407
98-CV-0093
98-CV-2707
99-CV-0035
99-CV-2982
00-CV-1862
01-CV-1756
01-CV-2061
01-CV-2153
01-CV-2306
01-CV-2858
02-CV-0714
02-CV-3012
03-CV-0607
03-CV-0608
03-CV-0940
03-CV-1336
03-CV-1734
03-CV-1884
03-CV-4144
04-CV-0162
04-CV-0883
04-CV-1059
04-CV-2178
04-CV-2212
04-CV-2286
04-CV-2454
04-CV-2837
04-CV-2984
04-CV-3250
04-CV-3427
04-CV-3529
04-CV-3937
04-CV-4145
04-CV-4196
04-CV-5098
04-CV-5345
05-CV-0124
05-CV-0231
05-CV-0819
05-CV-0902
05-CV-1000
05-CV-2361
05-CV-2573
05-CV-2969
05-CV-2970
05-CV-3110
05-CV-3111
05-CV-3539
05-CV-4164
05-CV-4218
WILLIAMS, SCOTT E.
ODELL, NOBA
BROWN, GWENDOLYN E.
BODY, JOYCE
JENKINS, VERONICA & ROGERS, JUANAKI & JENKINS,
JAZMIN
BRISKI, JOSEPH M.& JOYCE, ENGLAND, ANDREW & EN
GLAND, ASHLEY
WILLIAMS, ROSIE
LANDOR, JAMES M.
WISHECOBY, MELISSA
ADAMS, GLORIA J.
CRAGUE, JACK D.
BLAIR, CRISTY A.
PILARCZYK, JULIE
GALLOWAY, SUSAN M.
KING, LYNN
LOVE, GLORIA & SWAN, ENYD
DONALD, AARON D.
WIGGINS, STELLA
WILLIAMS, JOHNNIE C.
FAULKNER, STEVE
CROWN, VICTOR M.
BALLARD, MARY J.
MORGAN, BRANDI
PETERSEN, WILLIAM & MARSHALL, CATHERINE
BIRON-BOMIS, DESMOND
BANKS, LORETTA
ROBERTSON, OCTAVIUS A. D.
STRAUCH, ANNETTE P.
WILDS, DEBBIE
KOTROGIANNIS, GEORGE B.
GAMEZ, LUIS
JOHNSON, LATOYA & MCSWINE, LATOYIA
KEENE, JAMES
KEENE, TIMOTHY A.
MARTINEZ, MAXIMINO
MILSAP, RAMONICA L.
WILSON, GLADYS M.
PARKER, JOHNNY, #R-15613
BAKER, ANTHONY
JOHNSON, SUSAN
ADAMS, KATHLEEN
PHELAN, BRANDY
SALVUCCI, LISA
SAZONE, LATASHA
MCCLINE, DARREN
STRAUSS, ALICE
CARROLL, LYNETTE
MCKINNEY, DIANE
NEAL, DAVID
OAKS, JASON
HAHN, DANIELLE
HAHN, DANIELLE
ANDERSON, SHANNON
LEMUS, JOSE
JOHNSTON, LYNETTE
$905.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$25,000.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$9,816.86
DENIED
$2,343.37
$2,540.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
$12,960.94
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$2,745.00
$20,250.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
$920.57
DENIED
$4,383.59
$8,534.79
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
DISMISSED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DISMISSED
$15,564.60
$7,094.34
DENIED
$400.00
$990.00
DENIED
DISMISSED
$4,706.34
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DISMISSAL
DISMISSED
DENIED
$10,043.40
$9,168.83
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
330 05-CV-4229
05-CV-4271
05-CV-4371
05-CV-4492
05-CV-4502
05-CV-4548
05-CV-4769
05-CV-4803
05-CV-4823
05-CV-4831
05-CV-5277
06-CV-0046
06-CV-0232
06-CV-0248
06-CV-0341
06-CV-0472
06-CV-0636
06-CV-0698
06-CV-1082
06-CV-1276
06-CV-1410
06-CV-1503
06-CV-1594
06-CV-1658
06-CV-1748
06-CV-1958
06-CV-2366
06-CV-2372
06-CV-2495
06-CV-2565
06-CV-2818
06-CV-2847
06-CV-3017
06-CV-3039
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.
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09-CV-4866
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JORDAN, STEPHEN
MYLES, DELONNO
TARDY, JEFFREY
GREGORY, CYNTHIA
HOWELL, LORI A.
JOHNSON, BRANDI
RICH, MICHAEL D.
ALI, KHADIGA B.
KOWALSKI, MICHAEL
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ANDERSON, DEREK
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SMITH, DONTE
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STEPHENS, LA PIERRE
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COLLAZO, DAVID
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DOUGLAS, CHARLES W. JR.
GONZALES, LEONIDES A.
GUTIERREZ, SANTOS
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LAUCHARD, RICHARD V.
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MCGEE, JEREMIAH
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SCRUGGS, SHARON
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ALLISON, JENNIFER
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TOKAR, KATHLEEN M.
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FARKAS, NANCY M.
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CEREZO, VICTOR
HOLT, MANQUINYELLE
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GOMEZ, ANTONIO E.
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JOYCE, KELLY A.
JAMES, MEAGAN
BOCKS, STACEY
CROWE, JANA L.
FIELDS, HENIKEN
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REYES, MARGARITA
BROWN, DANIELLE
HUDSON, BRANDY
MCKINNEY, KEENAN
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HOCHERTZ, AMANDA
JIMERSON, GERELL J.
RIVERA, VALENTIN
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LOOS, TRACY R.
PARKER, FARTRINA
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FIORITO, CARL
HARRELL, JOSHUA
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OLIVE, SUSAN R.
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OCHOA, RAFAEL D.
MUNOZ, JUAN
PIERCE, TANYA L.
COLEBAR, BRANDON C.
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JACKSON, TREVYON G.
JENKINS, RANDOLPH
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DOUGLAS, LARRY JR.
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH
WALKER, DAVID J.
BOVAN, CARLEN
BROWN, QUEENESTER
MARBLE, WILLIAM
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GALLET, CHRISTOPHER
LEE, MARK
MARSHALL, MARGE
SHORTER, TREASA R.
TAYLOR, LONNIE J.
BATSON, KENNETH
BENNETT, BRANDON
DHINGRA, ANITA
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GRIFFITH, MARK
GUZMAN, MILTON
LOVELADY, AARON
MCBRIDE, RICHARD
MULLENIX, MARY E.
PADILLA, DANIEL
PETERSON, MITCHELL
PORTERFIELD, CALVIN
ROBINSON, KARL
SIMS, ANTHONY
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GROUCHTCHAK, OREST
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LEE, ANTHONY
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WOLFF, RACHEL
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HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
HOPE, JEANETTE M.
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BROWN, REBECCA
CHAPMAN, VICTOR
COUGHLIN, GREGORY
SANCHEZ, HONORIO
KRENTKOWSKI, JIM
MALIN, DONALD K.
SHAWGO, BEAU A.
TETRAULT, SARAH J.
ARELLANO, MARIA DOLORES
CAMARGO, ALVARO
HERNANDEZ, BONFACIO
LOEZA, VALENTIN
MELENDEZ, HECTOR
MERCADO, JULIETA
SMITH, ANGELENA & ORANGE, DAWN
ARTEAGA, JOSE
BLAIR, JAMES II
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$52,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,371.68
DENIED
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$7,208.80
$3,865.30
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DENIED
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09-CV-6446
09-CV-6455
09-CV-6459
09-CV-6461
09-CV-6465
09-CV-6466
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10-CV-0022
10-CV-0036
10-CV-0039
10-CV-0040
10-CV-0048
10-CV-0049
10-CV-0052
10-CV-0064
10-CV-0067
10-CV-0068
10-CV-0074
10-CV-0076
10-CV-0080
10-CV-0081
10-CV-0085
10-CV-0088
10-CV-0092
10-CV-0098
10-CV-0106
10-CV-0107
10-CV-0109
10-CV-0117
10-CV-0118
10-CV-0121
10-CV-0123
10-CV-0124
10-CV-0139
10-CV-0147
10-CV-0151
10-CV-0152
10-CV-0188
10-CV-0191
10-CV-0194
10-CV-0196
10-CV-0199
10-CV-0203
10-CV-0204
10-CV-0207
10-CV-0217
10-CV-0235
10-CV-0245
10-CV-0252
10-CV-0256
10-CV-0261
10-CV-0262
10-CV-0264
10-CV-0269
10-CV-0270
10-CV-0273
10-CV-0274
10-CV-0276
10-CV-0279
10-CV-0282
10-CV-0287
10-CV-0293
10-CV-0296
10-CV-0297
10-CV-0304
10-CV-0307
10-CV-0312
10-CV-0319
10-CV-0323
10-CV-0326
10-CV-0328
10-CV-0332
10-CV-0334
10-CV-0337
10-CV-0338
10-CV-0339
10-CV-0341
10-CV-0344
10-CV-0346
COWAN, SHINNETTE
GLINSKY, ADAM
MENDOZA, YONI
PETTENGER, ANTHONY F.
SINNARD, BARRY
TYSON, ANTHONY D.
WOODS, HAROLD
ARMSTRONG, ANTHONY
ROSS, JERMAINE L.
QUICK, D'ANDRE
ROBINSON, MARCUS
ROWEN, LAURA
CAMPOS, ERNESTO REVELES
COOPERWOOD, QUDON
DORNEY, JAMIE
MEYER, JOHN A.
OWENS, RACE A.
PERRY, GREGORY
TERRELL, RAJI
WILLIAMS, DEBHORA
BLACKFUL, DAVID
WILLIAMS, ANTOINE
DURHAM, RACHEL
EZELL, WALTER
HERNANDEZ, LORENA
PALMER, TIFFINEY L.
DE HARO, VICTOR
KORNATOWSKI, DEREK
LEWIS, REGINALD
MEEKS, JAMES A. JR.
METZGER, SHARON
MYRICK, CHARLENE
RENTERIA, NICOLE
SHAW, JAMES
WEATHERSPOON, ROY E.
ZAMARRON, PRIMO
ARRIAGA, JULIA C.
BARRETT, ANDREW
THOMAS, SAMANTHA
CLARK, CHARLES
GONZALEZ, LEONARDO
HORNUNG, TIMOTHY L.
LOCKETT, IVORY O.
AUSTIN, WILLIAM
BALL, KAREN A., COOPER ANDREA & BOUCHEZ, HEATH
ER
BURTON, TERRANCE R.
MEDINA, JESUS
CAMACHO, ERASMO
HUNTER, DEGELYKA
MCCRAW, THERESA
RIEKE, THOMAS
BANAS, TIFFANY L.
BANUELOS, ISIDRO
BARNES, STACY
DENNIS, LADONNA
DOUGLAS, KATHLENE
HOGAN, LINDA SYKES
OWEN, JIM
RAMIREZ, MARIA
SEMPRIT, VICTOR
THORNHILL, TRACY O. III
WILSON, SABRINA
DENSON, DERRICK
HUGHES, SHANELL R.
KOCH, ROY JR.
TILLIS, FLOYD SR.
WOODS, SANDRA
BULLEY, BRANDON
LEZINE, DEONTAYE
QUELA, DAVID R.
SERRANO, ROLANDO C.
SUSSIX, CORTEZ
WADE, JERRICA
AGUIRRE, ALDO
BEILSTEIN, SUSAN
BULLOCK, JOHN R.
DANZY, YVONNE P.
DOLAN, CHRISTINE
GJECI, GAZMEND
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DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
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DENIED
$5,000.00
$5,000.00
$10,123.50
$868.50
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$5,718.36
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$3,317.44
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DENIED
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10-CV-0352
10-CV-0361
10-CV-0367
10-CV-0370
10-CV-0372
10-CV-0377
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10-CV-0382
10-CV-0388
10-CV-0389
10-CV-0392
10-CV-0405
10-CV-0410
10-CV-0414
10-CV-0415
10-CV-0417
10-CV-0419
10-CV-0424
10-CV-0426
10-CV-0427
10-CV-0433
10-CV-0435
10-CV-0437
10-CV-0445
10-CV-0448
10-CV-0449
10-CV-0451
10-CV-0453
10-CV-0461
10-CV-0464
10-CV-0465
10-CV-0469
10-CV-0473
10-CV-0474
10-CV-0475
10-CV-0482
10-CV-0484
10-CV-0488
10-CV-0490
10-CV-0491
10-CV-0497
10-CV-0500
10-CV-0501
10-CV-0508
10-CV-0510
10-CV-0511
10-CV-0525
10-CV-0530
10-CV-0531
10-CV-0538
10-CV-0545
10-CV-0553
10-CV-0559
10-CV-0560
10-CV-0562
10-CV-0563
10-CV-0569
10-CV-0572
10-CV-0577
10-CV-0578
10-CV-0582
10-CV-0589
10-CV-0591
10-CV-0592
10-CV-0594
10-CV-0598
10-CV-0599
10-CV-0603
10-CV-0604
10-CV-0605
10-CV-0606
10-CV-0608
10-CV-0614
10-CV-0616
10-CV-0621
10-CV-0623
10-CV-0626
10-CV-0627
10-CV-0629
10-CV-0634
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LOFTUS, ADAM
SANCHEZ, CRISTINA
WARREN, LE ROY JR.
WYATT, CLIFTON D. JR.
BABINCZAK, MICHAEL A.
CARRERA, MARTHA
DIXON, KEITH CANNON
ERICKSON, CHRISTOPHER J.
HOWLETT, MICHAEL
IVY, TORRANCE
LEBRECHT, STEVEN
TAYLOR, KENNETH
WILSON, IAN
CRESPO, RAMONA
CRESPO, RAMONA
HOPSON, JAMAAL
NEAL, JERMAINE
WATSON, KENNETH D.
COLLAGUAZO, DORA
ESTRADA, CECILIA
PICKETT, SANDRA
RODRIGUEZ, CHRISTINA
VALDEZ, CASSIJO
HURSCHIK, KIMBERLY R.
ELLIS, ROBERT L. JR.
MCKINNEY, EARL
ROSA, MICHAEL
WILBERT, YVETTE; & HORTON, TAMITHA
CANNON, DARRYL
DIAZ, JACQUELINE
DUCKETT, TIESHKA
GONZALEZ, AMBER
LONG, JERMAINE L.
MARTINEZ, LUCIA
MASCOTE, SILVIA
SALAZAR, MARCO
SCHULTZ, DAVID
WARREN, KYRA D.
WILLIAMS, SALENA
ALBRIGHT, JEREMY LEE
BOVAN, CARLEN
ELLIS, DEBORAH
EVANS, TASIA
PICRAUX, ANGELA M.
RIVERA, ANSELMO
SMITH, CHARLIE
JOHNSON, JASON
RIOS, JESUS
RODRIGUEZ, SALVADOR
JOHNSON, RL TURRANT
CRAWFORD, BERNICE
HOSSELTON, SHELLY K.
MITCHELL, CHRISTY
MONEY, JOHNIE
RIOS, GREGORY
ROBINSON, DAMIKA
ANDRADE, DIANA
DURAN, EVARISTO
FULOP, HANNAH
GONNIGAN, MARY
HUTCHISON, RONALD JR.
NIEMIEC, ANTONINA
PHILPOTTS, ANDRE
QUIGLEY, MATTHEW
ROSENTHAL, MIYAKO
SIMONEAUX, SHANELLE
SMITH, ANTHONY A. JR.
WILLIAMS, VINCENT
BRANTLEY, NINA
COLEMAN, CORNELIUS & BROWN, JACQUELINE B.
DE CORREVONT, DANIEL J.
DORAN, SHARON A.
MCCOMB, COREY
MOJENA, GILBERTO
ROBINSON, KIMBERLY
TYSON, CLEOPATRA
WINDROW, RYAN
ALDANA, FRANCISCA
BONDS, MARY A.
CASTRO, JOSE
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$27,000.00
$250.73
$394.72
$294.00
DENIED
DENIED
$8,226.00
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$210.00
$842.00
$6,206.63
$5,880.00
$5,640.00
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$27,000.00
DENIED
$948.39
DENIED
DISMISSED
$1,759.06
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$7,428.66
$5,000.00
$45,680.00
$44,520.00
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$3,318.00
$5,406.92
DENIED
$2,354.00
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$18,104.00
$626.00
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$5,000.00
$869.09
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DENIED
$3,795.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$860.00
$10,458.00
DENIED
DENIED
$327.00
DENIED
$1,929.38
$5,000.00
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$14,211.98
$7,283.00
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$9,779.37
$2,242.50
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DENIED
DISMISSED
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10-CV-0642
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10-CV-0650
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10-CV-0687
10-CV-0694
10-CV-0700
10-CV-0701
10-CV-0704
10-CV-0708
10-CV-0714
10-CV-0718
10-CV-0721
10-CV-0724
10-CV-0727
10-CV-0742
10-CV-0747
10-CV-0752
10-CV-0757
10-CV-0761
10-CV-0763
10-CV-0766
10-CV-0770
10-CV-0772
10-CV-0774
10-CV-0775
10-CV-0776
10-CV-0779
10-CV-0782
10-CV-0784
10-CV-0789
10-CV-0791
10-CV-0813
10-CV-0815
10-CV-0820
10-CV-0826
10-CV-0827
10-CV-0829
10-CV-0833
10-CV-0837
10-CV-0840
10-CV-0842
10-CV-0845
10-CV-0854
10-CV-0856
10-CV-0860
10-CV-0863
10-CV-0865
10-CV-0868
10-CV-0870
10-CV-0872
10-CV-0876
10-CV-0877
10-CV-0878
10-CV-0885
10-CV-0888
10-CV-0893
10-CV-0895
10-CV-0897
10-CV-0904
10-CV-0905
10-CV-0909
10-CV-0911
10-CV-0912
10-CV-0916
10-CV-0920
10-CV-0921
10-CV-0925
10-CV-0935
ELLIOTT, JENNIFER
FITZPATRICK, DONNELL
HALE, ROBERT A.
HERNANDEZ, MICHAEL A.; BURGOS, LIZA M.
HINTON, LUKAS J.
HODGES, WELTON
LATTA, SEBASTIAN
MASSEY, LONNIE F.
POPE, RACHEL
RODRIGUEZ, TITO
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
STAPKA, ANDREW
WILLIAMS, BRANDON T.
BOUR, JUSTINE
COFFEY, BRANDON S.
ESTRADA, ANDREA; & FRANKLIN, MARY
RAMIREZ, DANIEL
LUNA, SHARLOTTE
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
SALAZAR, TIFFANY
AGREDANO, FLORENTINO
GIPSON, LARRY
GRANT, MARIO J.
LOPEZ, JOSE J.
PETERS, BIRDIA M. & MATTHEWS, EARL D.
ROBERTS, ELIZABETH
WILLIAMS, SHIRETTE
MCKEE, STERLING
PURNELL, DERRICK
BROWN, MARIO
FRANK, CANAAN
PHIFER, DASHAWNA
PIWOWARSKA, BARBARA
RICHARDS, NIKITA
SARIA, RODOLFO
SINCLAIR, RAPHAEL
SNOW, IVORY & SMART, ZINA
STROGER, DENISE
THORNTON, RONALD JR.
VESUNTIA, JESSE
WILKERSON, MICHAEL
FUNNEMAN, III, DONALD S.
LIGGINS, VALINDA
LOPEZ, JORGE ARMANDO NARANJO
RODRIGUEZ, ERIK A.
STEELE, BRANDON
BARNES, ROY
BROWN, TASHANNA
DAVIS, PATRICIA K.
ORTIZ, DENA
LLANES, RAFAEL
PAREDES, FABIANA
RODRIGUEZ, SONIA
SANDOVAL-VILLA, IVAN O.
SOTO, JORGE
WENZE, DAMASCUS
YUNKER, CATHERINE
BESS, CAROLYN M.
CORTEZ, DENISE
FIGUEROA, GABRIEL
HYLE, CHARLES
LAMBERT, SUZANNE
BOEHM, MATTHEW
GALES, ANTHONY W.
GONZALEZ, SANDRA
HOLMES, MONTREAL
MARRERO, GRISEL
OCAMPO, ELSA
RAMIREZ, JORGE
SANDOVAL, BLANCA
SHROYER, DEBBIE
VIRUET, MICHAEL
DE LAZARO, JORGE ARRIAGA
BELLA-NORMAN, VICKI L.
BROWN, ASHLEY
BROWN, ASHLEY
EDELEN, BRIAN
GORDON, SUDIE
HART, ROSALIND
NARVAEZ, MARIO
WILLIAMS, CEDRIC
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$1,628.80
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$5,000.00
$990.62
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$1,506.60
$889.00
$2,595.48
$595.05
$6,000.00
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$3,143.05
$301.00
$5,000.00
$3,520.00
$54,000.00
$2,160.00
$2,760.00
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$15,069.00
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$2,877.08
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$20,216.80
$5,000.00
$3,720.09
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$360.45
$1,690.50
$20.00
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$1,570.00
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$5,000.00
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$694.70
$613.00
$566.00
$1,555.47
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DENIED
DENIED
$4,287.72
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
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$5,000.00
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$866.00
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$2,273.00
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10-CV-0941
10-CV-0953
10-CV-0969
10-CV-0973
10-CV-0975
10-CV-0983
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10-CV-1017
10-CV-1019
10-CV-1020
10-CV-1025
10-CV-1029
10-CV-1037
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10-CV-1040
10-CV-1043
10-CV-1065
10-CV-1066
10-CV-1068
10-CV-1072
10-CV-1077
10-CV-1079
10-CV-1081
10-CV-1082
10-CV-1087
10-CV-1096
10-CV-1103
10-CV-1104
10-CV-1108
10-CV-1109
10-CV-1110
10-CV-1114
10-CV-1117
10-CV-1122
10-CV-1123
10-CV-1126
10-CV-1127
10-CV-1128
10-CV-1135
10-CV-1138
10-CV-1139
10-CV-1140
10-CV-1146
10-CV-1147
10-CV-1149
10-CV-1157
10-CV-1161
10-CV-1163
10-CV-1164
10-CV-1165
10-CV-1172
10-CV-1176
10-CV-1177
10-CV-1180
10-CV-1181
10-CV-1184
10-CV-1190
10-CV-1194
10-CV-1199
10-CV-1202
10-CV-1219
10-CV-1225
10-CV-1226
10-CV-1228
10-CV-1230
10-CV-1232
10-CV-1235
10-CV-1239
10-CV-1244
10-CV-1246
10-CV-1247
10-CV-1254
DAWSON, OLIVER D.
GRANT, GARY M.
WATTS, RICHARD
COLEMAN, DOMINIQUE
EASLEY, DAVID
GARCIA, ADAM
HORNBERGER, CHARLINE & FOWLER, PAUL
MITCHELL, LAWRENCE II
PATEL, KETAN
REYNOLDS, JEFF A.
ROMAN, MONICA; & GAMBOA, ALFREDO
SHULL, MELODY
SOHAIB, ADAM T.
TOLAR, ANTIONE
VILLAFUERTE, CARLOS
WILLIAMS, KATHIA
WILLIAMS, ROSIE
WINDMON, RORI
BAILEY, JUSTIN
CARSON, CLIFFORD
HUGHES, RUSSELL
JOHNSON, LAURA & FRAZIER, TAMMAKA
JOSHUA, OPAL
KERNS, MARY ANN
BINGEN, ELIZABETH
BRANDON, TARZE
DEL OLMO, PREVIS
HOOD, THEOPHILIUS
PARKER, JAMIL
PRANSKEVICH, JESSICA M.
STAMPS, JUANITA, HARRIS, MARGARITA & STAMPS, T
ROY
WASHINGTON, DAVID
DAVIS, LORENDA
KALETA, LYNETTE
ANDERSON, DAVID
ANDERSON, DAVID
COLE, MICHAEL
STACHNIAK, ASHLEY
DOYLE, DEMOND
GARCIA, BELINDA
JANET, RANDY L.
LINDLEY, MARK
MACIAS, MARCOS
NUNEZ, MARIA
SORIANO, JOSE
SORIANO, POLYANNA
COLWELL, SUSAN
DUCKWORTH, APRIL
ESTRADA, CARLOS
EWING, HOLLAND & JACKSON, SYLVIA
HARRIS, DEMETRIUS
HARRIS, ESSIE
HOLSTON, SHAWN
MARTIN, JOHN R.
MITCHELL, CATRINA K.
MOMAN, DARYL
MOYER, KATHERINE L.
MUNOZ, WILLIAM
ROCKS, BRUCE
SMITH, CHARLIE
SMITH, JACQUELINE
SWAIN, LEE A.
SYKES, DERRICK M.
THOMPSON, ROBERT
WRIGHT, MELVIN
ESPARZA, IVAN
LLOYD, DEBRA
OLIVERAS, MILTON
CASTON, MIKLOS
GREGORY, ANTOINETTE
GRIFFIN, HENRICK
HAAN, CURTIS C.
HOLMAN, VERNON L.
JOHNSON, LISA
LEDERER, BRIAN
MCNEAL, CRISTLE
RANDLE, TERRY
RUDD, TOMIKA
SERRANO, MARCUS
WHITE, ALVIN
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$1,600.01
$5,000.00
DISMISSED
$14,209.00
DISMISSED
$5,000.00
$7,278.18
$1,889.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,012.20
DENIED
DISMISSED
$4,733.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$6,222.28
$100.00
$13,244.58
$799.00
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
$578.30
DENIED
DENIED
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$3,040.32
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DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
$1,704.92
DENIED
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DENIED
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10-CV-1263
10-CV-1267
10-CV-1268
10-CV-1269
10-CV-1271
10-CV-1272
10-CV-1274
10-CV-1280
10-CV-1281
10-CV-1283
10-CV-1290
10-CV-1294
10-CV-1299
10-CV-1300
10-CV-1301
10-CV-1302
10-CV-1305
10-CV-1306
10-CV-1307
10-CV-1310
10-CV-1316
10-CV-1319
10-CV-1325
10-CV-1327
10-CV-1330
10-CV-1331
10-CV-1336
10-CV-1339
10-CV-1340
10-CV-1343
10-CV-1344
10-CV-1352
10-CV-1357
10-CV-1360
10-CV-1368
10-CV-1369
10-CV-1373
10-CV-1379
10-CV-1391
10-CV-1392
10-CV-1398
10-CV-1400
10-CV-1402
10-CV-1404
10-CV-1407
10-CV-1411
10-CV-1413
10-CV-1414
10-CV-1417
10-CV-1419
10-CV-1423
10-CV-1424
10-CV-1433
10-CV-1437
10-CV-1444
10-CV-1448
10-CV-1449
10-CV-1452
10-CV-1457
10-CV-1461
10-CV-1462
10-CV-1465
10-CV-1468
10-CV-1469
10-CV-1472
10-CV-1473
10-CV-1476
10-CV-1477
10-CV-1478
10-CV-1487
10-CV-1490
10-CV-1496
10-CV-1508
10-CV-1518
10-CV-1521
10-CV-1522
10-CV-1528
10-CV-1529
10-CV-1533
10-CV-1540
BAIRD, JANIS K.
ESPINOZA, MARIA
HANNER, TED E.
HEMPHILL, KIMBERLY D.
MCGEE, CHARLES
MONTGOMERY, LATISHA
NELSON, RYAN
PHILLIPS, NATACHA NICOLE
ALONSO, JAVIER
AWOYEMI, OLUWAFEMI
CHAMBERS, MARLON L.
RAMAKER, NATHAN C.
THOMPSON, CARLA D.
WINNANS, JAMES D.
AMERSON, MARZELL J.
AUSTON, KEMA
BIJOS, TOMASZ
CRUMP, EULAINA
DILLON, AUSTIN
EGGERT, VERNON
GILLESPIE, JOANNE
GUZMAN, ANTHONY
HICKS, KATHY; & STRIEBY, SUE
LENNING, TRACIE
MIER, SALVADOR SR.
PIZZUTO, LAURA; & PIZZUTO, JOE
PIZZUTO, LAURA
WASHINGTON, DIANTE
WHITEHILL, TIMOTHY
WILLIAMS, LESA
COZZIE, WILLIAM T.
ALHOSINI, ASSMAA
HENDERSON, MICHAEL A.
MOORE, ROBERT L. JR.
PALASINSKI, EWA
BROWN, DANIEL L.
BROWN, REGINA
FOREMAN, KAREN L.
JENKINS, PATRICE
BOLTON, BRIAN
CLAIBORNE, DERRICK
FRANKLIN, MICHAEL
HAMMOND, JENNIFER
HARRIS, BARBARA
JOHNSON, FRANCINE
KIBBONS, JOHN
MOKAPHAN, SAENSUK
MORTON, CAROLYN
MUHAMMAD, SYED S.
SERRANO, EMMA A. & SUAREZ, NINA
SHOWALTER, MATTHEW M.
BROUTIN, MICHELLE
GRIFFIN, REJIENA
NUNEZ-MONTENEGRO, SILVIA C.
PORTER, MICHELLE
SOBOCINSKA, MONIKA
WELLS, VALERIE
WILLIAMS, GILLETTE
CUENCA, HOMER
GIBSON, LINDA
LENNING, TRACIE
LINWOOD, QUIANA
MCNEAL, RALPH
REDMOND, ALLEN
SEAT, ANDREW
WRIGHT, CHARLES
ALLEN, ROCK L.
ATHMER, THOMAS
BERRY, DORAL
BOWEN, DMARIO
JOHNSON, ARTHUR
SPENCER, DAVID
BROWNING, PHILLIP E.
KINDLE, ANNIESTINE & DORROUGH, DEANNA
RODRIGUEZ, SALVADOR
SANDLE, MARION
SARTINO, JOE
VAUGHN, KELLY
WHITNEY, SUSAN L.
AMOS, JAZERLE
COOPER, RANDELL JR.
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$2,150.00
DENIED
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DENIED
$776.00
$14,931.00
$1,834.94
DENIED
$8,992.73
DENIED
$90.68
$5,000.00
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$27,000.00
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DENIED
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$1,882.00
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
DENIED
$2,623.65
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,200.00
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$3,589.40
$800.46
$1,447.59
$5,000.00
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10-CV-1546
10-CV-1550
10-CV-1554
10-CV-1559
10-CV-1560
10-CV-1564
10-CV-1575
10-CV-1580
10-CV-1586
10-CV-1587
10-CV-1593
10-CV-1594
10-CV-1595
10-CV-1599
10-CV-1603
10-CV-1613
10-CV-1624
10-CV-1627
10-CV-1628
10-CV-1639
10-CV-1644
10-CV-1645
10-CV-1650
10-CV-1651
10-CV-1655
10-CV-1658
10-CV-1663
10-CV-1667
10-CV-1671
10-CV-1672
10-CV-1678
10-CV-1681
10-CV-1686
10-CV-1691
10-CV-1700
10-CV-1712
10-CV-1715
10-CV-1720
10-CV-1721
10-CV-1724
10-CV-1725
10-CV-1726
10-CV-1729
10-CV-1731
10-CV-1732
10-CV-1737
10-CV-1740
10-CV-1741
10-CV-1744
10-CV-1746
10-CV-1748
10-CV-1749
10-CV-1758
10-CV-1760
10-CV-1762
10-CV-1766
10-CV-1769
10-CV-1770
10-CV-1771
10-CV-1772
10-CV-1773
10-CV-1778
10-CV-1781
10-CV-1782
10-CV-1785
10-CV-1788
10-CV-1789
10-CV-1790
10-CV-1791
10-CV-1793
10-CV-1797
10-CV-1808
10-CV-1810
10-CV-1811
10-CV-1813
10-CV-1816
10-CV-1817
10-CV-1819
10-CV-1823
10-CV-1824
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ESSEX, KENNETH
GONZALEZ, LORENZO
WEBSTER, GARRY L. SR.
CUTHBERT, DAVID W. JR.
DAWSON, MICHAEL
HOLMES, LINCOLN W.
MOTA, SAMUEL
PAIGE, DARRYL
PIPER, GLORIA
POINTER, LEONIA
SELINER, GERRY
SIMMONS, EVONN
SMITH, KIMBERLY J.
TAYLOR, PAMELA
WILLIAMS, SHIEKA
LAWSON, LATONYA
AYLWARD, CHRISTY
BROWN, ROBERT
CAMERON, XAVIER
HALLSTEAD, STEPHAN
MARSH, LAMAR
MONTES, HECTOR
PATEL, MAHENDRA C.
PERRYMAN, ANTHONY A.
ROBERTSON, CHRISTOPHER E.
RUIZ, ALBERTO
VARGAS, RAFAEL
BROWN, TYRONE
CASSIDAY, KELLI
DAVILA, SANDRA
KIM, JEON H
MAYS, DERRICK
RICH, DEREK
TAYLOR, SHAWN
ALVAREZ, ARTHUR
DALE, MARTESA
ELLIOTT, JEANNETTE
GARCIA, JOSE M.
HAFF, ALEXANDER M.
SCOTT, CECELIA S.
BENICKY, MAXINE
BOKHOLDT, SHERRI
CRESPO, RAMONA
GALLAUER, JOHN A.
GILBERT-FIELDS, GLENDA D.
KEEPERS, TRINA
MICKEY, ROBERT
MITCHELL, RENITA
MOZO, RAFAEL
O'BRIEN, DAVID A.
PUCKETT, DENISE
RANDALL, LENARD
SORENSON, SHELLEY L.
STITH, VALARIE
ZYDEK, ELYSE
CARLSON, RYAN
GODINEZ, EDUARDO
HALLOM, ELLA
JASINOWSKI, DARRYL
JOHNSON, DEYAWNA
JONES, TONI
SIMMS, AKILAH
ISHMAEL, RICHARD
ISHMAEL, RICHARD
CRUZ, EILEEN HARPER & PURTELL, DAWN
HARRISON, SAMMIE L. JR.
HOLMES, STEPHEN R.
JAMISON, WARREN
JOHNSON, FAITH
O'HARA, SHANNON
SIMMONS, EDWIN Z.
EICKELMAN, THERESA
FORAL, BRIAN S.
GUOLZEVICIENE, DALIA
JAHANGIR, MOHAMMAD
MOTON, DEONDRE
MCGEE, MARZEL T.
MOLLETT, EMILY R.
SANCHEZ, PETER
SMITH, DANIELLE
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$261.83
$1,090.00
DENIED
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$9,174.00
DENIED
$1,378.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,395.50
$5,000.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
$3,354.00
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$5,060.49
$12,963.52
$4,313.24
DISMISSED
$2,703.00
DENIED
$33.00
DENIED
DENIED
$393.84
$3,044.39
DENIED
$200.00
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$4,997.69
DENIED
$36.72
DISMISSED
DENIED
$2,173.12
DENIED
$3,840.00
$1,162.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$295.00
DENIED
$2,588.00
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$3,500.00
$760.88
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$2,380.00
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DENIED
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DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$54,000.00
DENIED
$92.00
$45.45
$1,350.00
DENIED
$902.80
DENIED
$508.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,208.00
$5,000.00
$27,000.00
$5,524.71
349 10-CV-1827
10-CV-1830
10-CV-1831
10-CV-1833
10-CV-1834
10-CV-1838
10-CV-1839
10-CV-1840
10-CV-1847
10-CV-1848
10-CV-1850
10-CV-1851
10-CV-1852
10-CV-1857
10-CV-1860
10-CV-1862
10-CV-1863
10-CV-1864
10-CV-1865
10-CV-1866
10-CV-1868
10-CV-1870
10-CV-1880
10-CV-1881
10-CV-1887
10-CV-1888
10-CV-1892
10-CV-1897
10-CV-1898
10-CV-1899
10-CV-1901
10-CV-1902
10-CV-1906
10-CV-1908
10-CV-1916
10-CV-1919
10-CV-1920
10-CV-1921
10-CV-1922
10-CV-1927
10-CV-1930
10-CV-1931
10-CV-1932
10-CV-1933
10-CV-1935
10-CV-1936
10-CV-1937
10-CV-1938
10-CV-1939
10-CV-1941
10-CV-1942
10-CV-1944
10-CV-1948
10-CV-1950
10-CV-1955
10-CV-1956
10-CV-1957
10-CV-1958
10-CV-1959
10-CV-1960
10-CV-1963
10-CV-1964
10-CV-1969
10-CV-1970
10-CV-1971
10-CV-1975
10-CV-1976
10-CV-1979
10-CV-1982
10-CV-1984
10-CV-1985
10-CV-1988
10-CV-1991
10-CV-1992
10-CV-1994
10-CV-1996
10-CV-1998
10-CV-2006
10-CV-2013
10-CV-2014
BRANNON, JENNIFER L.
BURNS, NAKKIA
BURNS, VICTORIA
CHILDS, ANDREW
DAVIS, LISA
HINES, MARCEL T.
JELKS, JACQUELINE
JONES, JERRY D.
MARTIN, JOHNNY R.
MEDRANO, MAYRA
OVERBEY, JACOB A.
OWENS, KRISTOPHER
PETRASKY, BETH
BAIRD, JESSICA J.
CAROLAN, MARGARET M.
COMMONS, MARY
COMMONS, MARY
EUMANA, JUANA
GARDNER, DON E.
GARNER, KEITH
GUTIERREZ, TOMAS
HARVEY, IKESHIA
RUSSELL, REGINALD
SOLERANIS, ANTONIO
BROWN, JOHN
CHAVEZ, JOSE B.
FIELDS, RODNEY
FIGUEROA MARIO
KIRBY, THERESA
KIRBY, THERESA
LEWIS, JAMES E.
LOPEZ, MARIA , LOPEZ, GLORIA , LOPEZ, ELSA & L
OPEZ, JESUS
SANDERS, RODNEY
TENORIO-MENDEZ, DOLORES
CANNON, ROBERT
DUNCAN, DERRICK D.
EDWARDS, CONNIE
ENGEL, DAVID A.
GARZA-COUCH, SANDRA
POTTS, SHIRLEY
WALLACE, JERARD E.
WASHINGTON, FRANCES
WILLIAMS, TYRONE SR.
WILSON-COLEMAN, ROBBIN
BARBER, ANGIE
BARBER, ANGIE
BARBER, ANGIE
BARKER, PRINCE
BINION, DONNA
BOLER, VINCENT
BOWMAN, RASHID
DODSON, MELISSA S.
MCGHEE, DIANE P.
PEREZ, RICARDO
SAVIC, BRANKO
TURNER, TYLATHA
WILLAREDT, BRENDA S.
WINTERS, LINDA
WINTERS, LINDA
AVILA, MIRIAM
BORES, ELVA E.
BROWN, ROSHANA
FLORES, ROSE MARIE
GRIFFIN, JEREMY B
GRIFFIN, SHEILA S.
HUGGINS, DEANTE
MAHER, ASHLEY V.
ORTIZ, JOSE LUIS
WILLIAMSON, CLARA
ZEIGLER, DIONDRA
ANDREWS, OTIS
BELL, CHRISTOPHER
KOTTKE, KEVIN K.
BIRMINGHAM, DANIEL
BRACEY, DARLA
BROWN, ERIC R.
CHRISTIAN, CHARLOTTE
HANYZEWSKI, TYLER
MARTIN, JOHN
MORRIS, KEVIN S.
$120.00
DENIED
$600.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,255.32
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$607.00
$269.22
$2,277.86
$256.35
$661.96
$18,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
DENIED
$2,045.25
DENIED
DENIED
$15,372.11
$626.00
$5,000.00
$616.59
$15.40
$623.02
DENIED
DENIED
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DENIED
$639.00
$920.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
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$3,014.00
$36.48
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$5,000.00
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$45.00
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DENIED
$1,465.80
$702.00
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$1,049.00
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DENIED
$450.00
DENIED
DENIED
$917.00
DENIED
$816.00
DENIED
$10,676.00
$5,000.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,416.78
$3,907.89
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
350 10-CV-2015
10-CV-2016
10-CV-2020
10-CV-2024
10-CV-2027
10-CV-2029
10-CV-2036
10-CV-2038
10-CV-2039
10-CV-2044
10-CV-2046
10-CV-2048
10-CV-2049
10-CV-2051
10-CV-2052
10-CV-2054
10-CV-2055
10-CV-2057
10-CV-2058
10-CV-2060
10-CV-2061
10-CV-2062
10-CV-2063
10-CV-2064
10-CV-2065
10-CV-2067
10-CV-2068
10-CV-2070
10-CV-2071
10-CV-2072
10-CV-2073
10-CV-2074
10-CV-2078
10-CV-2080
10-CV-2082
10-CV-2084
10-CV-2086
10-CV-2087
10-CV-2089
10-CV-2092
10-CV-2095
10-CV-2096
10-CV-2097
10-CV-2098
10-CV-2099
10-CV-2101
10-CV-2103
10-CV-2105
10-CV-2106
10-CV-2107
10-CV-2108
10-CV-2109
10-CV-2110
10-CV-2111
10-CV-2114
10-CV-2115
10-CV-2116
10-CV-2118
10-CV-2122
10-CV-2124
10-CV-2125
10-CV-2126
10-CV-2127
10-CV-2128
10-CV-2129
10-CV-2134
10-CV-2136
10-CV-2139
10-CV-2141
10-CV-2142
10-CV-2144
10-CV-2149
10-CV-2152
10-CV-2153
10-CV-2154
10-CV-2155
10-CV-2156
10-CV-2157
10-CV-2160
10-CV-2161
10-CV-2162
MULLIGAN, KEITH
MYERS, JAMES E.
PSORIS, SANDRA
THOMAS, WILLIAM T.
WYLIE, TRAVIS
MOORE, ASHANTE
MITCHELL, RONALD A.
POLLITT, HOWARD W.
PONCE, TERESA
WARE, CATHERINE K.
BROWN, LUTHER
CARTER, BARRY F.
CLAY, TINA M.
COOK, ROBERT C.
GARDUNO, ESTHER
HAMILTON, CARY
HILL, RENITTA D.
HOPSON, LATASHA
HOPSON, LATASHA
MALDONADO, JEFF A.
MURPHY, KATHLEEN M.
ONOFRE, ALEJANDRO
PETERSON, RENESA; & SIMMONS, DEBRA
POWELL, HARVEY SR.
SHAW, MARY H. & ADAMS, DONELL SR
VANCE, DEZRIEN
WANG, HUIPING
WILLIAMS, TEMIKA & MONTGOMERY, BETTY
WOODS, TROY
ALLEN, SHERI
ANDERSON, BRANDY C.
ANDERSON, MICHAEL
COUSETT, IESHA
CREGAN, PATRICK SR.
DOTSON, BILLY
KEMPFER, JASON
MARINOV, TIHOMIR
MARSHALL, DONNA
RAMSEY, SHERRI D.
ROSS, KIM
THORNTON, ERICA
THURSTON, TIFFANY S.
TILSON, SHERRELL
WADE, KENYA
ARCHIE, TIMOTHY
BATTIE, ROBERT
DEASON, NESHIA
GARCIA, JORGE
GEE, NICOLE
GEE, NICOLE
GEE, NICOLE
MILLER, TERRI M.
MILLER, TERRI M.
GLODO, RODNEY W.
HILL, TENISHA
JONES, CORNELL K.
KANNE, CHRISTOPHER
KEVERN, ELIZABETH
SHERNAK, GREGORY L.
VELANI, SULTAN
WILLIAMS, CLARENCE
HALL, DURELLE J.
HALL, MICHAEL
HARDY, YOSHEENA
ACOSTA, MARIANO A.
OSTER, CHRISTOPHER
RAY, JACQUELINE
STEELE, TRACY
TOLBERT, RALPH
TUCKER, BEVERLY
CUNNINGHAM, ARTILIA
NEE, THOMAS
PAULETTE, AYIKO
PITTS, KEVA A.
SZEWCZYK, RENATA
SZYNALSKI, WALTER V.
DAVIS, DOUGLAS
DUNN, COLIN
HARRIS, KATRINA S.
HARROP, JENNY
HERRERA, JESUS T.
DENIED
$717.00
$555.47
$917.80
DENIED
DENIED
$976.05
DENIED
DENIED
$317.00
$10,032.98
$9,023.28
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,261.00
$131.55
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$4,286.06
$4,083.05
$5,000.00
DENIED
$5,634.79
DENIED
$983.93
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$27,000.00
$2,185.37
$27,000.00
$5,000.00
$27,000.00
$11,626.93
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DENIED
$17,240.31
$2,044.00
$2,178.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,258.00
DENIED
$12,877.02
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,273.77
DENIED
$291.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,564.00
$730.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,230.00
$111.36
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,554.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$518.33
DENIED
$29,984.06
$1,166.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
351 10-CV-2163
10-CV-2167
10-CV-2168
10-CV-2181
10-CV-2183
10-CV-2187
10-CV-2194
10-CV-2197
10-CV-2199
10-CV-2200
10-CV-2206
10-CV-2207
10-CV-2209
10-CV-2213
10-CV-2214
10-CV-2216
10-CV-2217
10-CV-2219
10-CV-2224
10-CV-2225
10-CV-2227
10-CV-2228
10-CV-2233
10-CV-2235
10-CV-2243
10-CV-2248
10-CV-2252
10-CV-2253
10-CV-2255
10-CV-2256
10-CV-2259
10-CV-2262
10-CV-2263
10-CV-2264
10-CV-2265
10-CV-2266
10-CV-2267
10-CV-2268
10-CV-2277
10-CV-2278
10-CV-2281
10-CV-2282
10-CV-2283
10-CV-2284
10-CV-2285
10-CV-2286
10-CV-2287
10-CV-2288
10-CV-2289
10-CV-2290
10-CV-2294
10-CV-2297
10-CV-2300
10-CV-2301
10-CV-2304
10-CV-2308
10-CV-2311
10-CV-2312
10-CV-2313
10-CV-2314
10-CV-2317
10-CV-2319
10-CV-2325
10-CV-2328
10-CV-2330
10-CV-2331
10-CV-2332
10-CV-2333
10-CV-2334
10-CV-2335
10-CV-2336
10-CV-2337
10-CV-2338
10-CV-2339
10-CV-2340
10-CV-2343
10-CV-2345
10-CV-2346
10-CV-2347
10-CV-2348
ISAAC, ASANTE
MOORE, VENESSA
NIEDZELA, JOHN
BARNES, PATSY R.
BASHIR, ISHA H.
BROWN, BILLY K.
GROSSMAN, PATRICK
KOLLENBROICH, JAMES E.
MATHEWS, RODNEY
MEISMER, RYAN M.
PEREZ, NANCY
PERKINS, DEBORAH
ROGGENBAUER, BONNY
WORSKE, WILLIAM N.
ARIF, ASIF
AYRES, MATTHEW
BRAMLETT, REBECCA
BURTON, BRYANT
HELMS, MICHELLE
KY, MOLYNA
MELTON, RANDOLPH LEE
MENA, MELISSA
WILLIAMS, STEPHEN A.
AHODOKPO, HOPE S.
HIDES, COURTNEY
VASILAKIS, LAUREN E.
CAROTHERS, SHANNON L. & ORANGE ALEXIS
BROWN, CURTIS
CESEK, JAMES J.
ESCOBEDO, ESMERELDA
MCCLAIN, DEMITRA
SHERBEYN, SHEILA
SHERBEYN, SHEILA
STONE, MALCOLM M.
ABUSHARIF, GHALIB
BAHENA, RIGOBERTO
BEAVERS, TENSI
BRAWNER, JEFFREY
MULLEN, MARY
OJEDA, GERMAN
ROGERS, CASSONDRA R.
TRUDAN, MICHAEL
WATT, DELANEY
BALL, GREGORY
BIGGS, ARRILIES WILLIS
CARTER, SHAWN
CHESSER, KIMBERLY
COLLINS, ALSUSIA, COLLINS, PALARIO & COLLINS,
BRITTANIE B.
COOPER, ANTON D.
EORIO, NICOLE
HOUSTON, MAURICE
KELLER, RHONDA
LEE, ELLEN
LEE, JUN YOP
NOEL, ROY
WIGHTMAN, LISA
BENISHEK, MELISSA
BRADFORD, AUNDRA J.
BROWN, VINCENT E.
CLEMON, DARNELL
DICKENS, CONSTANCE Y.
GARRETT, MARTY
HIPSHER, PAMELA G.
KELLY, TIMOTHY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
LASHBROOK, BRANDY
RODRIGUEZ, SAMANTHA
SHAW, DION
SLAUGHTER, RONNIE
TRINIDAD, VICTOR
WEST, NICHOLAS
WILLEY, ROBERT A.
CARTER, YOLANDA
HAMPTON, JESSICA
KENDALL, JERICHO L.
LENAC, STEPHEN J.
LIEF, JAMES C.
LEWIS, JIMMY D.
$17,722.64
$959.00
$1,515.01
$27,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
$2,557.00
$275.00
DENIED
$150.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$896.46
DENIED
DENIED
$2,315.00
$4,146.00
$49.50
DISMISSED
$8,672.22
$841.35
$578.00
$6,463.41
$27,000.00
$842.00
DENIED
$1,119.70
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,334.95
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$28.50
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,611.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,448.05
$177.00
$207.76
$300.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$3,137.10
$53.44
$674.86
$643.98
DENIED
$134.57
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$17,518.00
DENIED
$10,871.24
$15,598.75
DENIED
DENIED
$2,477.00
DENIED
$3,352.96
$700.00
352 10-CV-2349
10-CV-2353
10-CV-2355
10-CV-2357
10-CV-2358
10-CV-2360
10-CV-2362
10-CV-2363
10-CV-2364
10-CV-2365
10-CV-2366
10-CV-2367
10-CV-2369
10-CV-2372
10-CV-2373
10-CV-2375
10-CV-2376
10-CV-2377
10-CV-2378
10-CV-2379
10-CV-2380
10-CV-2384
10-CV-2385
10-CV-2387
10-CV-2389
10-CV-2390
10-CV-2391
10-CV-2392
10-CV-2394
10-CV-2395
10-CV-2396
10-CV-2398
10-CV-2399
10-CV-2400
10-CV-2401
10-CV-2404
10-CV-2405
10-CV-2406
10-CV-2407
10-CV-2408
10-CV-2411
10-CV-2415
10-CV-2416
10-CV-2419
10-CV-2425
10-CV-2427
10-CV-2429
10-CV-2430
10-CV-2431
10-CV-2434
10-CV-2435
10-CV-2436
10-CV-2437
10-CV-2438
10-CV-2440
10-CV-2442
10-CV-2443
10-CV-2444
10-CV-2445
10-CV-2447
10-CV-2448
10-CV-2451
10-CV-2456
10-CV-2457
10-CV-2459
10-CV-2461
10-CV-2463
10-CV-2471
10-CV-2472
10-CV-2473
10-CV-2474
10-CV-2476
10-CV-2477
10-CV-2479
10-CV-2480
10-CV-2482
10-CV-2483
10-CV-2484
10-CV-2485
10-CV-2489
10-CV-2491
LEWIS, MELANIE
MILLS, TRE'ANEE
NUYENS, OSCAR
PRICE, BENNIE
REESE, RYAN J.
RUSSELL, TRACY
SWARN, LEO
TILLMAN, ERSKINE
TURNER, DARRYL
WALKER, JESSICA
WARD, JERRY
WEBER, ADAM
WORDLAW, EDDIE JR.
CLARK, WALTER
CZERWINSKA, KRYSTYNA
HARDY, NICOLE
HRISTEA, HARICLEA
INMAN, JAMES S.
IVERSEN, KYLE W.
LE BOEUF, ANDREW
LEWIS, MAURICE
MITCHELL, LENA B.
POELINITZ, ANDRE R. JR.
REED, JOHN C.
RODRIGUEZ, JOSE G. SR.
SEILER, FRANK V.
SERRA, MARGARET M.
TORRENCE, AHKEEM
CUMMINGS, JOHN
FIAONI, CORY
FONTANA, SHIRLEY A.
MCINTYRE, DARREN
MILLER, CAROL M.
MILLER, LEON
RENCH, NIKKI LYNN
TAYLOR, CRYSTAL
VALLEJO, ROBERT
WASHINGTON, CHRISTINA A.
WILLIAMS, RHONDA; & WILLIAMS, LONESHA
WISEMAN, PATRICIA L.
BOLAND, BOBBY L.
CHRISTIAN, CESARE
CHRZANOWSKI, JANET M.
DIXON, MARTEZ
MANSFIELD, BRAD
PARKISON, BRANDON
SIMS, CURTIS L.
SIMULIS, VINCENT
BARRON, LUCIA
CHAVEZ-MALDONADO, ANTONIO
CORNEILS, NICHOLAS
CROSBY, PAMELA S.; & SEAY, JAMES
FLEMING, NECOLE
FROST, CHRISTI M.
WHITE, CHRISTOPHER
JAIN, JINANSHU C.
JOHNSON, CRYSTAL
JOHNSON, MONIQUE
KATIC, NIKOLA
LOWRY, WAYNE G.
MCBEE, LADONNA
NUNEZ, DAMIAN
ROBINSON, GEORGE
SKINNER, KELLY
TORRANCE, PEARLINE
WILLIAMS, ERNEST C. JR.
WILLIAMS, MELISSA
HUNTER-ELLIS, HEIDI
JOHNSON, ANTONIO
KEEPERS, TRINA
KELFINO, MICHAEL
MITCHELL, PHYLLIS
PASLAVSKA, OKSANA
WHEELER, CALVIN SR. & RILEY, TINA
WINGO, ROBERT
DEMING, ROYAL
DEMOS, LORI
DUNCAN, ELENA X.
FRANCIS, LLOYD R. IV
LYONS, HEATHER A.
MILLER, CARLY A.
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$5,673.55
$14,951.00
DENIED
DENIED
$12,300.15
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,994.22
$3,921.00
DENIED
$1,068.52
$100.00
$716.28
$1,100.00
$227.80
$370.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$59.00
DENIED
$1,546.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,024.00
$11,192.07
DENIED
$2,120.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
$5,663.55
DENIED
$27,000.00
$4,725.17
$4,999.99
DENIED
DENIED
$1,825.73
$542.97
$16,360.00
$4,265.29
DENIED
$861.54
DISMISSED
$2,289.67
$626.00
$3,085.00
$4,193.42
$5,000.00
$4,635.45
$7,496.00
$692.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,622.45
$5,000.00
$4,496.90
DENIED
$1,494.40
$5,000.00
$506.50
$8.95
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
$823.41
$613.00
DENIED
DENIED
$232.57
$5,280.00
DENIED
$1,329.26
DENIED
$110.25
353 10-CV-2492
10-CV-2493
10-CV-2494
10-CV-2499
10-CV-2500
10-CV-2502
10-CV-2503
10-CV-2505
10-CV-2506
10-CV-2507
10-CV-2508
10-CV-2509
10-CV-2510
10-CV-2513
10-CV-2514
10-CV-2518
10-CV-2519
10-CV-2522
10-CV-2523
10-CV-2524
10-CV-2526
10-CV-2527
10-CV-2528
10-CV-2530
10-CV-2531
10-CV-2532
10-CV-2534
10-CV-2535
10-CV-2536
10-CV-2537
10-CV-2540
10-CV-2541
10-CV-2544
10-CV-2548
10-CV-2549
10-CV-2550
10-CV-2552
10-CV-2553
10-CV-2554
10-CV-2555
10-CV-2556
10-CV-2557
10-CV-2559
10-CV-2561
10-CV-2562
10-CV-2564
10-CV-2565
10-CV-2568
10-CV-2569
10-CV-2570
10-CV-2571
10-CV-2572
10-CV-2573
10-CV-2574
10-CV-2575
10-CV-2576
10-CV-2577
10-CV-2578
10-CV-2579
10-CV-2581
10-CV-2582
10-CV-2583
10-CV-2584
10-CV-2587
10-CV-2588
10-CV-2589
10-CV-2596
10-CV-2598
10-CV-2601
10-CV-2602
10-CV-2603
10-CV-2604
10-CV-2605
10-CV-2606
10-CV-2608
10-CV-2609
10-CV-2610
10-CV-2612
10-CV-2613
10-CV-2614
10-CV-2616
NAYLOR, CATHERINE S.
PARTIN, ALISON PAIGE
PETERSON, CHARITY
RANDLE, TROY
REID, LISA V.
SEIBECH, LINDA SUE
STEEN, RICHARD
TIEKEN, GARY
ADLER, MICHAEL
BRINSON, JEFFREY
BRYANT, DANIELLE
BURNETT, STARLETTE
CASH, VIOLA
COTTON, KENNETH
DENNIS, ANGELA A.
LITRENTA, LAUREN
LITTLEJOHN, AKINTUNDE
MONTGOMERY, KATHLEEN
MUIR, CHERYL
OWENS, RITA
RIVERA, DULCE
SERRANO, MICHELLE
SZELGA, MALGORZATA
VILLA, ROBERT J.
AGUILAR, MARIA L.
ALLEN, MEGAN
BYRD, AUGUSTA
COOKS, NATHAN
DEMOS, LORI
DEMOS, PETER
FRITTS, JACK
GERMANY, LYNETTE
JEFFERSON, STACEY L.
NGUYEN, MINH T.
QUINTANA, JUAN M.
RIDDELL, MELVIN
SENDERS, KAREN L.
SENDERS, KAREN L.
SENDERS, KAREN L.
STEINER, JOSEPH
SWANSON, BRANDY
SWANSON, KENNETH
WOODS, RENEE
ARMSTRONG, CRAIG
BUTTS, RENEISHA Q.
DILLON, TAMMY
DILLON, TAMMY
GUERRA, ANJELICA
HARPER, CAROL
HAYWOOD, SHERITA
HOUSER, OCTAVIA
JACKSON, RAYMOND
JANSEN, KIMBERLY
JOHNSON, ROBERT L.
MCABEE, ROBERT III
MCCANTS, KATHY
MILAN, CHARLOTTE
MILAN, CHARLOTTE
MONTGOMERY, JENNIFER
PINEDO, MARIA O. MEDELLIN
PINEDO, JUAN DE DIOS
PINEDO, MARIA O. MEDELLIN
PINEDO, MARIA O. MEDELLIN
RUTHERFORD, FRED JR.
TENUTA, JOSEPH
VIVIANS, ANTHONY
CRONIN, ANDREW
DAVIDSON, KYLE
HOLMAN-WADE, MARCELINE
IRBY, KENT
JONES, SHASHANNA & BELL, LINDA
MARSHALL, TROY
MARTINEZ, ARTURO CASTANEDA
NELK, JERRY A.
VAZQUEZ, LEOPOLDO
BURCH, JOHNNY K.
CONTRERAS, JUAN T.
GALTNEY, CYNTHIA
GOMEZ, REYNOLDO
INNISS, TYRONE A.
KEMPER, KAYLA M.
$2,534.10
$5,493.49
$27,000.00
$1,467.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$7,245.50
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$276.00
$881.00
$10.00
DENIED
$981.11
$492.00
DENIED
$1,791.00
DENIED
$100.00
DENIED
$613.00
DENIED
$720.00
$840.00
$843.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$23,349.82
$2,982.35
DENIED
DENIED
$1,150.00
$515.60
DENIED
DENIED
$17,864.21
$1,875.36
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$550.44
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,071.63
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
$1,279.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,640.00
$701.00
$909.00
$1,429.02
$5,000.00
$1,303.00
$665.00
DENIED
DENIED
$21,889.85
DENIED
$1,046.00
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
354 10-CV-2617
10-CV-2618
10-CV-2619
10-CV-2620
10-CV-2621
10-CV-2623
10-CV-2625
10-CV-2627
10-CV-2628
10-CV-2629
10-CV-2630
10-CV-2633
10-CV-2635
10-CV-2637
10-CV-2638
10-CV-2639
10-CV-2640
10-CV-2642
10-CV-2644
10-CV-2645
10-CV-2646
10-CV-2647
10-CV-2652
10-CV-2653
10-CV-2658
10-CV-2659
10-CV-2660
10-CV-2661
10-CV-2663
10-CV-2664
10-CV-2666
10-CV-2667
10-CV-2668
10-CV-2669
10-CV-2672
10-CV-2673
10-CV-2674
10-CV-2676
10-CV-2677
10-CV-2678
10-CV-2679
10-CV-2680
10-CV-2681
10-CV-2685
10-CV-2686
10-CV-2687
10-CV-2689
10-CV-2691
10-CV-2692
10-CV-2694
10-CV-2695
10-CV-2697
10-CV-2700
10-CV-2702
10-CV-2703
10-CV-2704
10-CV-2705
10-CV-2707
10-CV-2708
10-CV-2710
10-CV-2711
10-CV-2712
10-CV-2713
10-CV-2714
10-CV-2716
10-CV-2719
10-CV-2720
10-CV-2721
10-CV-2723
10-CV-2724
10-CV-2725
10-CV-2727
10-CV-2728
10-CV-2729
10-CV-2730
10-CV-2731
10-CV-2732
10-CV-2733
10-CV-2734
10-CV-2735
10-CV-2736
KING, MARLENA
LA FLEUR, GRIFFIN W.
MEYERS, GWENDOLYN
MOORE, LATRICE
POLLARD, JOSEPH B.
THOMAS, KENNETH
WRIGHT, CHIQUETHA A.
BOYKINS, TAKESHA
BRYANT, JOHNNY
CAMACHO, DAISY
CRUZ, MIGUEL
FETTERER, SAMANTHA
GARCIA, ROLANDO
HERNANDEZ, ANIBAL J.
LOWERY, ROSEATTA
MANSON, AMANDA
MAYS, MICHAEL
MORENO, CORINNA
PEREZ, GREGORIO
PEREZ, JOSE
WHITE, AVERY D.
RAINEY, ZACHARY
SALGADO, ALBINO
SALGADO, LUIS
UMER, ABDUL
VALCIN, ANGELINE
VARGAS, MARIA
WHITE, O'DELL III
WUNDER, CONNIE
ADENJI, GABRIEL
ANDERSON, FREDDIE
BAEZ, SALVADOR
BANKS, STEPHEN R. JR.
BIBBS, BRIANNE
FERNANDEZ, TONY
GOSS, DIANNE L.
HAMMONDS, GERI LYNN
JONES, JONNEL
KEELING, RICHARD D.
KNOWLES, MARLON R.
LESTER, CHET
MCCULLOUGH, LOUIS
MCGINNIS, SHARON
SCHRAG, DOUGLAS
SLAGO, AMY L.
STARCEVIC, KAREN
SODERLAND, RICHARD II
STRINGER, TIFFANY
SUMMERS, KATHY
TAYLOR, LILLIE
TOLBERT, LASHEKA
ATHERTON, RYAN T.
GEENEN, BRIDGET
STRICKLAND, TAMMY
AGUIRRE, CARLOS SR. & CONTINI, SAMANTHA
ALVAREZ, ADAM
BERG, PAUL H.
DANIELS, LISA
DEMOS, LORI
EALY, DAVID D.
EASON, ZERUIAH
EASON, ZERUIAH
ESKEN, BENJAMIN G.
EVANSON, ADAM J.
GALLEGOS, FREDDIE
HANDY, DION A.
HAUGABOOK, SEQUANDA
HOLMES, LAURA E.
JOHNSON, MICHAEL
JOHNSON, MICHAEL
JOHNSON, MICHAEL
KELLY, MICHAEL
KINKIN, MARY
MCGLAUGHLIN, GERALD L.
PARRICK, CHRISTINA
MCMORRIS, WILL A.
MOORE, MICHAEL
NOVAK, JOSEPH
ORNELAS, JOHN A.
PANKEY, JOSHUA
PENNING, ROGER L. JR.
DENIED
$4,037.53
DENIED
DENIED
$2,054.91
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,128.50
$8,204.20
$500.00
DENIED
DENIED
$27,000.00
$16,918.49
DENIED
DENIED
$17,765.25
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,515.89
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$1,912.59
$11,641.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
$227.25
$27,000.00
DENIED
$660.87
DENIED
DENIED
$2,856.02
$104.38
DENIED
$15,007.59
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,605.16
DENIED
$27,000.00
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
$45.00
$5,190.00
DENIED
$652.00
DENIED
$3,488.00
$1,440.00
$23,641.67
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$190.00
$4,981.69
DENIED
DENIED
$5,810.50
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,993.97
355 10-CV-2738
10-CV-2742
10-CV-2743
10-CV-2744
10-CV-2746
10-CV-2747
10-CV-2748
10-CV-2751
10-CV-2752
10-CV-2753
10-CV-2754
10-CV-2757
10-CV-2759
10-CV-2760
10-CV-2761
10-CV-2762
10-CV-2763
10-CV-2766
10-CV-2767
10-CV-2769
10-CV-2774
10-CV-2776
10-CV-2777
10-CV-2779
10-CV-2780
10-CV-2781
10-CV-2782
10-CV-2783
10-CV-2784
10-CV-2785
10-CV-2786
10-CV-2791
10-CV-2792
10-CV-2793
10-CV-2794
10-CV-2795
10-CV-2796
10-CV-2797
10-CV-2799
10-CV-2800
10-CV-2802
10-CV-2805
10-CV-2806
10-CV-2809
10-CV-2810
10-CV-2811
10-CV-2812
10-CV-2813
10-CV-2814
10-CV-2815
10-CV-2816
10-CV-2817
10-CV-2818
10-CV-2820
10-CV-2821
10-CV-2822
10-CV-2824
10-CV-2825
10-CV-2826
10-CV-2827
10-CV-2828
10-CV-2829
10-CV-2830
10-CV-2833
10-CV-2834
10-CV-2835
10-CV-2836
10-CV-2837
10-CV-2838
10-CV-2839
10-CV-2840
10-CV-2841
10-CV-2842
10-CV-2843
10-CV-2844
10-CV-2845
10-CV-2846
10-CV-2848
10-CV-2849
10-CV-2851
10-CV-2852
REESE, RUBY
SCHRAGE, JANE E. A.
SHEPARD, JARMIER L.
SIBERT, DONNA
SOTO, FLAVIO
SPINDEL, MICHELLE
STEIMLE, KAREN
THORPE, CAROL
TORRES, MARIA
TORRES, MARIA
WATT, LARRY
YOUNG, ARKETHA B.
ARMSTRONG, DOROTHY
BIROSCHAK, THOMAS
BLOCKER, KEVIN J.
CASH, VIOLA
DAVIS, MICHELLE
FLORES, JESUS M.
GOMEZ, ARMANDO SOTO
HARRELL, BOBBY
MENDOZA, CHRISTIAN
POGAR, TYE C.
ROBLEDO, LINDA
TAYLOR, TRACEY A.
VELAZQUEZ, MIGUEL A.
VIERS, MARK
VIERS, BARBARA
BORON, ANETA
BUENO, LUIS JR.
CARBAJAL, MARILU
COLONE, THERESA
FOSTER, TATIANNA
ZARATE, EDYAER
GRIFFIN, DUFREDERICK
JONES, ROSA
LEE, MARGIE L.
NILSON, KENNETH
SEARLES, ALAN
STRONG, SHIRLEY
VAN HORN, JOHN
WILLIAMS, MARVIN
ALLEN, JAMES G.
AMBROSE, CHARLES JR.
BENNETT, JANICE
BROWN, DEBORAH
CHISMARK, SAMUEL
EDWARDS, ANNIE M.
FARGHER, CYNTHIA
HOWARD, AMANDA R.
HAMPTON, RACHELLA
MURPHY, KATHLEEN M.
NASH-SMITH, ANNETTE
PHILPOT, ROBERT
BERGER, FRANCINE F.
BERGER, JOEL
BORIS, LISA
HAYWOOD, DORITA H.
HESS, PHILLIP S.
JACKSON, CRYSTAL Y.
JACKSON, MARY A.
KIRMESS, KRISTOPHER
MATLOCK, ROBERT JR.
NOMMENSEN, VALERIE
REDMOND, CHARLENE
SMITH, VANESSA
SAMUELS, DEBORAH
STEWART, NEKISHA
STEWART, DOREEN
SZAFRANIEC, JOSEPH A.
TRIPLETT, TRAVIS M.
VICTORY, DEBRA
VILELLA, MARIA
WATSON, BELINDA
PALMER, SHIRL
PALMER, SHIRL
PALMER, SHIRL
WATSON, BERNICE
YUREVICH, JEFFREY
ADEWUNMI, ADEYINKA O.
ALBRECHT, KARL
BARRON, DEVRON
DENIED
$1,182.51
$626.00
DENIED
$2,305.49
$763.85
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,710.00
$420.00
$14,084.34
$290.00
$5,000.00
DENIED
$6,880.22
DISMISSED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,176.50
DENIED
$1,089.91
$1,981.90
$5,000.00
$1,680.76
$372.18
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$4,743.55
DENIED
DENIED
$1,885.00
$855.00
$1,220.00
DENIED
RECONSIDERED DENIAL
DENIED
$2,241.70
$1,332.76
$5,000.00
$344.00
DENIED
$5,000.00
DENIED
$1,466.00
DENIED
$1,595.80
$2,591.60
$374.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$2,300.88
DENIED
DENIED
$809.95
DENIED
$5,253.13
DENIED
DENIED
$5,000.00
$4,816.55
DENIED
$325.00
$1,135.88
$3,622.00
$10,508.35
$571.75
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$929.00
DENIED
DENIED
$1,850.00
356 10-CV-2854
10-CV-2856
10-CV-2857
10-CV-2858
10-CV-2859
10-CV-2861
10-CV-2862
10-CV-2863
10-CV-2864
10-CV-2866
10-CV-2867
10-CV-2868
10-CV-2869
10-CV-2871
10-CV-2872
10-CV-2873
10-CV-2875
10-CV-2876
10-CV-2877
10-CV-2879
10-CV-2880
10-CV-2881
10-CV-2882
10-CV-2886
10-CV-2887
10-CV-2888
10-CV-2890
10-CV-2891
10-CV-2896
10-CV-2897
10-CV-2899
10-CV-2900
10-CV-2902
10-CV-2903
10-CV-2904
10-CV-2905
10-CV-2908
10-CV-2909
10-CV-2910
10-CV-2912
10-CV-2913
10-CV-2914
10-CV-2916
10-CV-2918
10-CV-2921
10-CV-2922
10-CV-2923
10-CV-2925
10-CV-2926
10-CV-2928
10-CV-2929
10-CV-2930
10-CV-2931
10-CV-2936
10-CV-2938
10-CV-2941
10-CV-2945
10-CV-2946
10-CV-2947
10-CV-2948
10-CV-2950
10-CV-2951
10-CV-2952
10-CV-2953
10-CV-2954
10-CV-2955
10-CV-2956
10-CV-2957
10-CV-2958
10-CV-2960
10-CV-2962
10-CV-2963
10-CV-2964
10-CV-2967
10-CV-2968
10-CV-2969
10-CV-2971
10-CV-2972
10-CV-2973
10-CV-2976
10-CV-2977
BILLS, PRINCE
CALLOS, MICHAEL D.
CHATMAN, REGINALD
CLAYBOURNE, DONNA M.
COLEMAN, JANICE M.
DAVIS, AMBER R.
COX, ANTHONY
ESTRADA, ROBERTO C.
FORD, DOROTHY
HADDAD, KHALIL
HATTEN, CONNIE E.
HENDERSON, TAMMIE S.
JACKSON, TANISHA & BROWN, MARY
KIRKPATRICK, PAMELA J.
NELSON, TERRELL C.
NGUE, JEAN PAUL
REESE, YOLANDA
SANCHEZ, SARITA
STONESIFER, LAUREN
THOMAS, JERRY JR.
WALTER, JUSTIN
WILCZAK, STEVEN
BATES, PAMELA
HERNANDEZ, KENNETH M.
HOWLETT, PHILLIP
HTOO, HSA KLER
JOHNSON, GLENN
JOHNSON, LISA D.
ORANGE, DAWN
ORANGE, DAWN
OZOG, MATEUSZ
PARKER, RICHARD
ROGERS, TERESA J.
ROGERS, TERESA J.
ROSER, MARK
SHERWOOD, BRIAN
SOULIGNE, ANDREW L. JR.
STOWERS, LAMONT
SWEARINGEN, JAMIE
VALLE, YANETH
WATSON, KAMIKA D.
WILLIAMS, L. C. JR.
CARDONA, WILLIAM
DAVIS, QUINTON
HUNT, TIMOTHY E.
JOSEPH, MARIE
BERRY, LOUIE
MOORE, TOMMY
MURPHY, DEON
OWENS, TYREE
PETERS, QUINTIN
PETERSON, CARNELL
RAMIREZ, BONIFACIO
WILLIAMS, CHRISTOPHER
ALEXANDER, DERRICK
FRISCH, RENEE
MINOR, DENEEN
MOORE, JAMES E.
SAMPSON, KENRICK
THOMAS, SHIRLEY A.
WARLICK, MELVIN
WILLIAMS, NATAYSHA
ADAMS, JAMES
BECK, KENYAHTA
BLUMENBERG, EMILIA
BOYD, JAMAL
BRADLEY, TERRENCE
CAMACHO, ADRIAN
CAPLES, AUDREY
HAGAR, JANA K.
FUNCHES, ALFORD
GREEN, BOBBY
HARRIS, KEVIN
IBARRA, JOSE I. SR.; & IBARRA, BLANCA
JENNINGS, CHRISTOPHER
MOORE, MICHAEL; & MOORE, JUANITA
RICKARD, AARON
SMITH, CARL
SMITH, JENNIFER
WILLIAMS, DAMARIUS
WILSON, RICK E.
DISMISSED
$4,544.58
$1,400.00
$26,639.45
$1,105.00
DENIED
$27,000.00
DISMISSED
$2,500.00
$3,486.00
$127.42
DENIED
$5,000.00
$1,949.97
DENIED
$415.72
DENIED
DENIED
$2,607.70
DENIED
$416.99
$599.00
DENIED
$7,127.00
$1,174.14
DENIED
$1,823.00
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$14,012.09
DENIED
DENIED
DENIED
$8,566.00
$713.18
$637.39
$12,30

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