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Effective March 21, 2017, the vaccine injury table was amended to include:

 

This means that someone diagnosed with a shoulder injury or GBS following a flu vaccine as far back as March 20, 2009, could be entitled to money damages.

 

Accordingly, if you or someone you know had GBS or a shoulder injury from vaccination at any time from March 20, 2009 forward, and you or that person either did not know about the vaccine program in time to file a claim or the claim was filed within the past 8 years and was dismissed because the 3-year statute of limitations ran at that time, there could be a valid vaccine injury claim now. 

 

TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE because the petition must be filed with the vaccine court before March 21, 2019, and gathering all related medical records is time consuming.

 

As always, there are no attorney fees for filing a petition with the vaccine court. 

 

Please contact us immediately for a free consultation!

Effective Immediately: The Statute of Limitations for Shoulder Injuries and Guillain-Barre Syndrome Cases Has Been Extended [Retroactively] to March 27th, 2009.

Effective March 21, 2017, the vaccine injury table was amended to include: Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) from an influenza vaccine; and Shoulder injury cases (SIRVA).   This means that someone diagnosed with a shoulder injury or GBS following a flu vaccine as far back as March 20, 2009, could be entitled to money damages.   Accordingly, if you or someone you know had GBS or a shoulder injury from vaccination at any time from March 20, 2009 forward, and you or that person either did not know about the vaccine program in time to file a claim or the claim was filed within the past...

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2016-2017 Flu Season – Important Issues In Vaccine Safety

As we head into the upcoming flu season, it is important for parents to immunize themselves and their children against the influenza virus.  Influenza is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control Prevention encourages Americans to receive flu shots each year. While not 100% effective, an annual seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to reduce the chances that you will get seasonal flu and spread it to others.  Vaccine Reactions & Injuries Although flu and other vaccinations are generally safe, rare reactions and injuries do occur. For those who are planning on receiving...

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We Are Seeing A Definitive Increase In Shoulder Injury (“SIRVA”) Claims

SIRVA (“shoulder injury related to vaccine administration”) is caused by an injury to the musculoskeletal structures of the shoulder – ligaments, tendons, bursae –  due to trauma from a needle entering the bursa and/or rotator cuff, resulting in an inflammatory response. The injury is typically the result of injecting too high on the shoulder. Rather than entering the muscle tissue in the portion of the shoulder between the elbow and the joint, the needle enters the joint space, resulting in a physical trauma injury to the shoulder.

Max Muller of My Vaccine Lawyer Wins Compensation for a Victim of Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (“CIDP”)

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Paul Brazil Of My Vaccine Lawyer Wins Compensation For Woman Who Suffered Injuries From Multiple Vaccines

Attorney Paul Brazil was retained by a young woman who, on September 26, 2013, received several vaccinations at her primary care physician’s office including influenza, hepatitis A and human papilloma virus. Immediately following her vaccinations, her health rapidly declined. She developed severe fatigue followed by urinary incontinence and was taken to the emergency room where she was diagnosed with probable mononucleosis and discharged. Her health continued to deteriorate further. She began to lose sensory response and demonstrated extreme weakness. Soon after, she was intubated and diagnosed with transverse myelitis and encephalomyelitis. For approximately one week she was in and out of consciousness, and...

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An Article from The Washington Post feat. Paul Brazil

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Vaccine Claims Are Unlike a Traditional Lawsuit

A common trepidation emerges when discussing vaccine injury claims with potential clients: “I’m not a litigious person,” I really don’t want to sue anyone,” or “I don’t want my employer to find out I’m involved in a lawsuit.”  We constantly reassure those apprehensive clients that a vaccine injury claim is nothing like traditional litigation.