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If you believe a vaccine injured you or your child, please call Jeffrey S. Pop & Associates to see what assistance can be provided to you. We are licensed to practice in the United States Federal Court of Claims and can help recover money for you or your child for the injuries suffered. Vaccine litigation is highly specialized and challenging. Individuals who suffer vaccine related illnesses deserve and must obtain competent representation.
Every year, a small percentage of the population suffers adverse reactions to vaccinations which range from shoulder and arm pain to severe neurological conditions such as GBS, ADEM, TM, seizures, and others, and in rare circumstances death. Jeffrey S. Pop & Associates represents individuals throughout the country in cases involving vaccine related injuries, illnesses, side effects, and death.
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If you are considering filing a claim, you may hesitate when you thinkof the attorney’s fees. However, as a Petitioner, you are not responsibleto pay attorney’s fees. Our firm will pay the cost of litigating yourcase such as filing fees, medical records copying fees, expert physicianfees, etc.
At the conclusion of your case, our firm will seek reimbursement of litigationcost and attorney’s fees from the Court. The VICP pays reasonable attorneys’fees and costs separately from any compensation award. Therefore, as aPetitioner, you do not have to pay any fees or costs.
Vaccine litigation is specialized and complex. You should consult an experienced attorney to help you recover the monetary compensation you deserve. If you want more information about this program and about how we canhelp you, contact a vaccine injury lawyer at our firm today! We are committedto providing individualized service and have the dedication you need tofight for your rights.
*Success rate does not include the infrequent filing to protect statuteof limitation time limit where cases are not completely investigated
In 1988, Congress created the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program in order to award restitution to those have suffered harmful injuries due to vaccinations. Under this program, there are many commonly administered vaccines covered for consideration. Discover what vaccines are covered, who is eligible, what you can receive compensation for and how to get started with your claim.Learn More
You may file a claim if you or your child has been injured by a vaccine covered by the VICP, or you are the legal representative of the estate of a deceased person whose death may have resulted from a vaccine covered by the VICP.
With respect to a vaccine‑related injury, the statute of limitations requires that you file a claim with
the U.S. Court of Federal Claims within 3 years from the onset of first symptoms. In the event of a
vaccine‑related death, a claim must be filed no later than 2 years from the date of death.
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Vaccines are key in preventing the spread of infectious diseases and protecting public health. However, in very rare cases, vaccines can cause adverse reactions, leading to injuries. Vaccine injuries refer to any adverse events that may occur following vaccination.
To address vaccine injuries, there are established systems in place to monitor and investigate reported vaccine injuries. For example, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a centralized database for reporting and tracking potential vaccine-related injuries.
If you are attempting to file a vaccine injury claim, it’s imperative to retain legal services from a vaccine injury attorney who is experienced and reliable. Although the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) was established to be a non-adversarial and non-litigious entity, the filing process presents a wide variety of legal complexities.
According to extensive research and surveillance systems, vaccine injuries are relatively rare. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) closely monitors vaccine safety through the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and the Vaccine Safety Datalink (VSD), among other systems. These systems enable continuous monitoring of adverse events following immunization, allowing for the detection of any potential safety concerns.
According to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), which compensates individuals injured by vaccines, less than 1% of vaccine doses result in adverse reactions. These reactions range from mild, such as soreness at the injection site, to more severe but still rare, such as an allergic reaction.
Various studies have shown that adverse events following vaccination are extremely low. For example, a Vaccine Safety Datalink study reports that severe allergic reactions (known as anaphylaxis) occur at a rate of about 1.31 per million doses administered for vaccines recommended for children and adults.
Other serious adverse events, such as encephalitis and Guillain-Barre Syndrome, are even rarer, with rates ranging from less than one per million to one per several million doses administered.
A vaccine injury lawsuit is a legal claim filed by an individual who believes they have been injured by a vaccine. Vaccine injury victims have the right to seek compensation for their injuries through a lawsuit. These lawsuits are typically filed against the vaccine manufacturer and, in some cases, against other parties involved in the vaccine administration.
To file a vaccine injury claim, you should consult with a vaccine injury attorney to assess the claim and determine if there is sufficient evidence to support a lawsuit. The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is a no-fault federal program that compensates individuals who have been injured due to vaccines.
Note that vaccine injury lawsuits can be challenging to prove. In a no-fault claim system, the legal standard for proving a vaccine injury is generally higher than in other personal injury cases. You must demonstrate that the vaccine caused an injury, and this often requires expert medical testimony. However, an attorney can guide you through the legal process.
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is mandated to compensate individuals who experience vaccine-related injuries. To initiate the process, you must file a claim within three years after the onset of symptoms attributed to the vaccine.
Eligibility typically requires symptoms lasting at least six months after vaccination or those that lead to hospitalization or surgery. Once a claim is filed, it undergoes evaluation. Your legal advocate will present your case and demonstrate the link between the vaccine and the reported injuries.
If the claim is successful, compensation is awarded to cover expenses such as:
Importantly, pursuing a claim through VICP involves no upfront costs for the claimant. The VICP covers legal fees and related expenses. This provides financial relief to those seeking compensation for vaccine-related injuries.
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