The attorneys at My Vaccine Lawyer are licensed to handle vaccine cases throughout North Carolina and are eager to provide you with the highest level of representation for your vaccine injury. Whether you live in Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, or anywhere in between, My Vaccine Lawyer is the premier vaccine injury law firm for your case. Our attorneys provide experienced representation to clients all over the country.
When you call My Vaccine Lawyer, you can be sure you will speak to a vaccine lawyer – not an assistant or paralegal. The vaccine lawyers at My Vaccine Lawyer pride themselves on personal attention to clients, including responsiveness at all times of the day.
As further explained on our Vaccine Claims page, Vaccine injury claims are filed in the United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC. The claims process is generally handled remotely – meaning communications and filings with the court are either electronic or over the telephone.
If you were injured by a flu shot, tetanus vaccine, MMR vaccine, or another vaccine, you need a vaccine injury lawyer admitted to practice in the Court of Federal Claims. The lawyers at My Vaccine Lawyer would be glad to assist you.
Notable North Carolina Settlements
My Vaccine Lawyer reached a settlement amount of $162,500 for a North Carolina man who suffered Guillain-Barre Syndrome after a flu shot. About three weeks after receiving the vaccine, the client began experiencing numbness and tingling in both feet. He was transferred to the hospital via ambulance and diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome ("GBS")/ He continued to experienced neurological symptoms including weakness in his legs and feet for about a year after the vaccination. His treatment was complicated by chemotherapy for lung cancer.
My Vaccine Lawyer also recovered $125,000 for a North Carolina man who suffered a torn rotator cuff requiring surgery after a meningococcal vaccination. The client was administered the vaccination while he was recovering from hip surgery in the hospital. By the time he was discharged, he couldn't move his arm. He was later diagnosed with a rotator cuff tear, subacromial impingement and bursitis by his orthopedic surgeon. He underwent a left shoulder arthroscopy with debridement, subacromial decompression and rotator cuff repair, which greatly improved his symptoms.
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