“We do not find any ambiguity in Section 21(c) of the Illinois Emergency Management [Act]. The statutory authority is clear that, except for willful misconduct, any ‘private person, firm or corporation’ who renders ‘assistance or advice at the request of the state during [a] disaster shall not be civilly liable for causing the death of, or injury to, any person,'” the state appeals court said.


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