My Vaccine Lawyer is a full-service law firm representing victims of vaccine injuries, unsafe drugs, and defective medical devices across the United States. Our team of experienced attorneys, staff, and medical experts have represented over 2,000 clients across the country and $30+ million since 2018. We work with the nation’s leading medical experts to move each vaccine injury and personal injury case towards a resolution as quickly as possible, keeping you informed every step of the way.
Our attorneys litigate each case from start to finish. This includes speaking directly with one of our vaccine injury lawyers and an in-depth analysis of the facts and medical theory for each case. Firm partners Max Muller and Paul Brazil have been featured on NBC and CBS News for their successes in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. Our vaccine injury practice includes flu shot injuries, SIRVA and neurological injuries from vaccines. We feel that we owe it to our clients to be fully invested into practicing these specific injury claims full time. Our lawyers pride themselves on being completely accessible, separating us from other law firms.
SIRVA, or Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration, is the term used for a shoulder injury caused by an improperly administered vaccine. SIRVA injuries become a more common occurrence following periods of increased vaccinations, such as flu season. SIRVA injuries typically result in diagnoses such as tendonitis, bursitis, rotator cuff damage and adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder). If you are experiencing symptoms of shoulder pain, weakness, or reduced range of motion after receiving a vaccination, you should contact your doctor immediately. SIRVA injuries are now the most commonly filed case in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. One of our founding Partners, Max Muller, was interviewed by NBC10 about the frequency of SIRVA injuries and how they can happen. See the video below.
The vaccine injury table is a document that outlines which vaccines are covered by the program and which vaccine injuries are entitled to compensation. It lists a number of vaccinations, resulting conditions and time period of onset of symptoms. If your injury fits on the table, you may be presumed to be entitled to compensation.
Even if your injury does not fit on the table, our attorneys may be able to prove that you are eligible for compensation. In that circumstance, your attorney will have to demonstrate that your condition is causally related to your receipt of the vaccine. In other words, there has to be a sufficient link between your vaccine and the injuries that followed. Our vaccine injury lawyers have over 30 years of combined experience litigating in vaccine injury court. This experience allows them to expertly evaluate your claim and determine what will be necessary to prove your case, whether it is a “Table Injury” or not.