Plaintiff was employed by defendant.  While on a lunch break, he was hit by a pickup truck as he crossed a street near the store where he worked. He returned to work where he was given some minor first aid and then driven home, where it died.  This decision holds that the Worker’s Compensation Act provides plaintiff’s sole remedy against his employer.  The employer and its personnel were not trained medical professionals and didn’t provide him medical benefits so as to fall within the dual capacity exception to Workers Comp. exclusivity.  Also, the fraudulent concealment exception didn’t apply because plaintiff was well aware of his injuries at all times.)