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Are You Suffering From a Vaccine Injury?

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If you have developed an injury after getting a vaccine, no matter where you are in the U.S., the experienced attorneys at Phillip S. Georges, PLLC can help you in your fight to recover your losses. Vaccine injuries happen more often than most people realize and the pain that comes with suffering from a vaccine you trusted can be extensive. That’s why founder of The Wolf Pack, Phil Georges, has dedicated himself to being one of the 150 lawyers in the country who are certified to help people injured by vaccines seek the compensation they deserve.

If you’ve been harmed by a vaccine, all it takes is one call to get started. You don’t even have to leave your home. Put The Wolf Pack on your side today.

Getting Help Is Easy

We take cases nationwide. No matter where you are, we’re here for you. You don’t even have to leave your home to get the help you need after suffering a vaccine injury.

You Deserve Compensation

Did you know there is a government funded account in place to compensate those who have been injured by vaccines? We can help you recover the money you’re owed!

No Attorney Fees

In vaccine injury cases, attorney fees are paid for by the United States Court of Federal Claims, so you never have to worry about whether you can afford a lawyer.

The Wolf Pack Is Here for You

Receiving a vaccine is a normal part of life in America. If you want to make sure you don’t develop a deadly disease like the measles or even the flu, you go get a vaccine. It just takes a simple prick, and then you’re disease free, right? But what happens when your quick trip to the doctor or pharmacy for your vaccine turns into an injury that requires more doctor’s visits, pain, and maybe even time away from work?

If you’ve been injured by a vaccine, you may be feeling betrayed, confused, frustrated, and worried about what to do next. Our team at Phillip S. Georges, PLLC understands what you’re going through. As one of just 150 lawyers in the nation who handles vaccine injury cases, Attorney Phil Georges has worked with many injured individuals just like you to gain the justice and compensation they deserved. He knows what you’re going through, and most importantly, he wants to help.

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A Look Into Vaccine Injury History

Many people don’t even know that they could be injured by a vaccine. This is largely due to the fact that most people don’t suffer any serious side effects from receiving one of these life-saving, preventative injections. However, it is possible to experience mild to severe allergic reactions from a vaccine that can even cause a severe injury.

In the 1970’s, multiple legal cases were filed against healthcare providers and manufacturers of the vaccine diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus (DPT) for injuries caused by this injection. This brought vaccine production to a halt, effectively causing a shortage in vaccines and leading healthcare providers and state leaders to wonder if they were going to have a preventable pandemic on their hands as a result. In 1986, the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act was passed, putting in place a system called the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP). This is a no-fault program that compensates those who have been injured by a vaccine. It essentially lets manufacturers continue to distribute vaccines, while providing compensation to people who suffer injuries.

What Serious Injuries Have Been Linked to Vaccines?

If you’ve suffered one of these injuries or any injury after receiving a vaccination, you may be eligible for compensation for your losses:

If you experience a negative reaction to a vaccine injected into your shoulder, you may face frequent soreness, or even a complete loss of use of that shoulder. Common shoulder injuries caused by vaccines include frozen shoulder syndrome, adhesive capsulitis, rotator cuff tears, shoulder bursitis, and more.

Perhaps the most common injury to be developed from a vaccine, Guillain-Barré syndrome has been largely linked to the flu shot. It is an injury that causes your immune system to turn on itself, causing damage to nerve cells.

If you’ve taken a combination vaccine containing the rubella virus, you may be at risk for developing chronic rheumatoid arthritis. Symptoms of this include joint pain and swelling.

This is when a vaccine causes an infection that affects brain inflammation. The claim holder may experience headaches, fatigue, fever, weakness, and more.

If a person has an extreme allergic reaction to a vaccine, they may experience itchy hives and a swollen throat.

This injury includes inflammation of the spinal cord that could result in damage to motor and sensory skills. If you are suffering from Myelitis, you may experience blurred vision, pain, weakness, depression, paralysis, and more.

What Should I Do If I’ve Been Injured by a Vaccine?

If you are suffering from an injury caused by a vaccine injection, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses. However, seeking that compensation can be confusing and overwhelming. It’s important to have a vaccine injury lawyer on your side who knows the process and the system to ensure you have the best chance at receiving the settlement you need and deserve.

The process to seeking compensation through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) is as follows:

  1. File a petition with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims
  2. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services medical staff will review your petition and determine if you are eligible for compensation.
  3. The U.S. Department of Justice will then file a report with the court.
  4. This report is then presented to a court-appointed special master who will decide whether or not the injured individual will receive compensation. This person will also determine the amount that is to be compensated.
  5. If compensation is granted, the court will order the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to proceed with a settlement.

If You’re Suffering from a Vaccine Injury, The Wolf Pack Is on Your Side

Don’t wait to put a fierce ally in your corner. Contact us now to learn what your case may be worth.

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Vaccine Injury FAQs

If you want to be compensated for the injury you developed from your vaccine, you will want to make sure that vaccine is on the VICP injury table. This is a table that lists vaccines covered by the VICP.

If your vaccine injury is not listed in the VICP injury table, don’t worry! You can still file your claim and potentially collect compensation for your losses. An experienced vaccine injury lawyer, like attorney Phil Georges, will be able to help you make your case for justice.

No matter what state you’re in, you must file your vaccine injury claim within three years of the date your symptoms first started to appear.

You may be eligible to recover:

  • Present and future medical costs
  • Past and future lost wages
  • Up to $250,000 in emotional damages
  • A possible $250,000 death benefit