Vaccines that prevent diseases like polio,
measles, and other serious ailments have saved literally millions of
lives. But what happens when a vaccine doesn't work as it should?
Vaccines have been implicated to some children's death or permanent
which is used as a preservative in some vaccines, contains mercury and
has been suspected of contributing to the dramatic increase in the
number of autism cases. There have been reports of healthy infants, who
had been progressing normally, developing severe problems including
autism and brain damage after receiving a vaccine.
Immunizations follow a recommended schedule and usually begin when the
child is still an infant. Ordinarily, a parent would weigh the potential
benefits of a medication against the potential risks and then make an
informed decision as to whether or not to give the medication to their
child. However, parents are required by law to have their children
immunized before they can attend school.
Shouldn't the makers of vaccines be required to produce safe vaccines?
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) was created by
the federal government in 1986 to compensate individuals, or families of
individuals, who have been injured by vaccinations. A qualified attorney
can assist you with your claim.
Do I have a Vaccines case?