Our team of attorneys at My Vaccine Lawyer represent clients across the United States. We have been the advocate for over 3,500 clients who have been injured by vaccines across the United States. Our industry leading attorneys and medical experts have delivered results for people just like you:
Vaccines can cause injuries from the administration of the vaccine and serious medical conditions due to an adverse or negative reaction from a vaccine. Each year, thousands of people suffer from a vaccine injury. In fact, flu shot injuries are one of the most common types of vaccine injuries. Flu shots and other vaccines can result in shoulder injuries and various neurological conditions such as Guillain-Barre Syndrome ("GBS"), Parsonage-Turner Syndrome ("PTS"), or Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy ("CIDP"). In addition, severe allergic reactions such as Anaphylaxis may occur. In these cases, the injured person may recover compensation through the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, a special program set up by the federal government to compensate these individuals.
My Vaccine Lawyer focuses almost exclusively on vaccine injury claims. Here are three important things to know about a vaccine injury claim:
Throughout our tenure as the nation's leading vaccine injury firm, we have successfully represented thousands of clients across the country. Our team of attorneys are able to represent clients in all 50 states in the Court of Federal Claims. 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. Remember, your representation comes at absolutely no cost to you. Here's a few of our most recent vaccine injury settlements:
If you or someone you know may be the victim of a vaccine injury, fill out the form above to contact the attorneys at My Vaccine Lawyer for a free consultation. Our attorneys are experienced and dedicated to representing victims of vaccine injuries and reactions throughout the country.