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Have you or a loved one been injured by a vaccine?
If so, you may be entitled to compensation under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
Awards from the Program compensate you for pain and suffering, past and future medical expenses, and lost earnings.
If you believe you or your loved one may have a claim, please contact us immediately. The Program has very strict deadlines for filing claims, and the time within which to file is very short.
Andrew Downing has been representing victims of vaccine injuries for two decades and has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for families. He is licensed to practice before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and is on that Court’s referral panel to help families through the Program.
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You are the client. You deserve that.
All legal fees for your representation in the Program are paid for by the Program. You do not pay fees or expenses associated with the Program, nor do you pay a contingency fee out of an award you may receive. This is true whether you win or lose.
We serve clients nationwide, and represent United States military families in connection with vaccine adverse events.
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Flu Vaccine Linked to Narcolepsy
A recently published study found the flu vaccination related
to a much higher risk of developing narcolepsy, a lifelong disorder in which
people fall asleep involuntarily and experience spells of muscle weakness. Flu shot injuries have long had a central and
peripheral nervous system component, such as developing Guillain-Barre Syndrome
from an adverse reaction to the flu shot.
2013 flu vaccine not very effective
This year's flu vaccine was far less effective than officials previously thought, particularly for the elderly, according to officials with the CDC. The vaccine was only 9% effective in protecting people in that age group. An H3N2 flu strain has been the most dominant and has been especially hard on the elderly. Despite the fact that the flu shot doesn't work very well, the risks of developing an adverse reaction to the flu shot and sustaining a vaccine injury remain the same.
The FDA has approved two new flu vaccines for people with egg allergies
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved two new flu vaccines that would give people who are allergic to eggs an opportunity to receive a flu shot. Currently, people with egg allergies cannot get a flu vaccine because it is egg-based. The vaccine is made after the influenza virus grows inside an egg. At this point, someone with an egg allergy who receives the seasonal flu vaccination is at risk from suffering a flu shot side effect such as anaphylaxis.