§ 770 ILCS 23/1 Short title
§ 770 ILCS 23/5 Definitions
§ 770 ILCS 23/10 Lien created; limitation
§ 770 ILCS 23/15 Notice of judgment or award
§ 770 ILCS 23/20 Items to which lien attaches
§ 770 ILCS 23/25 Examination of health care records
§ 770 ILCS 23/30 Adjudication of rights
§ 770 ILCS 23/35 Liens created under prior law
§ 770 ILCS 23/40 Attorney’s lien
§ 770 ILCS 23/45 Amounts not recovered under lien
§ 770 ILCS 23/50 Subrogation claims
§ 770 ILCS 23/905 The Clinical Psychologists Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/910 The Dentists Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/915 The Emergency Medical Services Personnel Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/920 The Home Health Agency Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/925 The Hospital Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/930 The Optometrists Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/935 The Physical Therapist Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/940 The Physicians Lien Act is repealed
§ 770 ILCS 23/945 If and only if the provisions of House Bill 1205 of the 93rd General …
§ 770 ILCS 23/999 Effective date

Terms Used In Illinois Compiled Statutes > 770 ILCS 23 - Health Care Services Lien Act

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