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Transverse Myelitis Cases

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We are committed to protecting clients across the nation who have suffered from injuries or developed a medical condition from vaccinations. We have a nationwide vaccine practice and represent clients in the United States Court of Federal Claims. Transverse myelitis is a condition that leads to inflammation of the spinal cord. Paralysis, temporary or permanent, may result from a rare reaction to a vaccination.

For legal counsel concerning transverse myelitis and other vaccine injuries, please do not hesitate to contact our transverse myelitis legal team today at (888) 921-3995.

How Long Do I Have to File a Claim or Case After Vaccinations?

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 adverse symptoms post-vaccination. In the event of a vaccine-related death, a claim must be filed no later than 2 years from the date of death.

What Is Transverse Myelitis?

Transverse myelitis is the inflammation of the spinal cord and may occur as a result of a vaccination. The source and type of vaccination are often disputed—it may be linked to a reaction to the flu vaccine or hepatitis B, as well as other types of vaccinations.

Transverse myelitis affects the body in the following ways:

  • The spinal cord becomes inflamed and damages myelin, which offers protection for the nerve fibers.
  • When nerve fibers become damaged, the signals from the brain become disrupted.
  • The patient begins experiencing the symptoms, including muscle weakness and paralysis.

    Other symptoms of transverse myelitis:

    • Lower back pain
    • Abnormal or no feeling in the toes and feet
    • Loss of bowel control or movement
    • Urinary retention

      Patients may obtain recovery for transverse myelitis and other vaccine related illnesses from The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). This is a government-run program that provides individuals financial compensation after being injured due to certain vaccines. Proving a vaccine caused an illness is complicated. That is why it is so important to have a knowledgeable and trusted transverse myelitis lawyer on your side.

      Hire Our Experienced Transverse Myelitis Attorneys!

      As nationally acclaimed team that is well-versed in cases involving vaccine injuries, Jeffrey S. Pop & Associates knows what to anticipate when it comes to managing these cases. In fact, our firm has over a 90% success rate for our clients.* It will take extensive investigation and scientific expertise to prove the cause of the vaccine related injury.

      Should you have any questions, including how to proceed with a claim involving transverse myelitis, please do not hesitate to contact us for a consultation.

      *Success rate does not include the infrequent filing to protect statute of limitation time limit where cases are not completely investigated.

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