A Billion Dollars Paid for Vax Injuries

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Registered: 06-16-2009
A Billion Dollars Paid for Vax Injuries
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Sat, 11-07-2009 - 10:10pm

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Registered: 04-09-2008
Sun, 11-08-2009 - 10:06pm

The multi-biollion dollar question... given, that as I'm sure you're aware, claims are based on short-term - and no study into long term. My guess is that no study has been done on long-term as it would make the SS account look like the Gates Foundation.


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Registered: 06-16-2009
Sat, 11-07-2009 - 10:21pm
Persons Eligible to File a Claim

  • You may file a claim if you received a vaccine covered by the VICP and believe that you have been injured by this vaccine.


  • You may also file a claim if you are a parent or legal guardian of a child or disabled adult who received a vaccine covered by the VICP and believe that the person was injured by this vaccine.


  • You may file a claim if you are the legal representative of the estate of a deceased person who received a vaccine covered by the VICP and believe that the person’s death resulted from the vaccine injury.


  • You may file a claim if you are not a United States citizen.


  • Some people who receive vaccines outside of the U.S. may be eligible for compensation. The vaccines must have been covered by the VICP and given in the following circumstances:

    • the injured person must have received a vaccine in the U.S. trust territories; or
    • if the vaccine was administered outside of the U.S. or its trust territories:

      1. the injured person must have been a U.S. citizen serving in the military or a U.S. government employee, or have been a dependent of such a citizen; or
      2. the injured person must have received a vaccine manufactured by a vaccine company located in the U.S. and returned to the U.S. within 6 months after the date of vaccination.


  • In addition, to be eligible to file a claim, the effects of the person’s injury must have:

    1. lasted for more than 6 months after the vaccine was given; or
    2. resulted in a hospital stay and surgery; or
    3. resulted in death.


  • Vaccine Injury Table

    The Vaccine Injury Table (Table) makes it easier for some people to get compensation. The Table lists and explains injuries/conditions that are presumed to be caused by vaccines. It also lists time periods in which the first symptom of these injuries/conditions must occur after receiving the vaccine. If the first symptom of these injuries/conditions occurs within the listed time periods, it is presumed that the vaccine was the cause of the injury or condition unless another cause is found. For example, if you received the tetanus vaccines and had a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) within 4 hours after receiving the vaccine, then it is presumed that the tetanus vaccine caused the injury if no other cause is found.


    If your injury/condition is not on the Table or if your injury/condition did not occur within the time period on the Table, you must prove that the vaccine caused the injury/condition. Such proof must be based on medical records or opinion, which may include expert witness testimony.



    Vaccine Injury Table a








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    Registered: 06-16-2009
    Sat, 11-07-2009 - 10:17pm

    Vaccines Listed in Claims as Reported by Petitioners





    Vaccine(s)
    Filed
    Compensated

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    Registered: 06-16-2009
    Sat, 11-07-2009 - 10:15pm

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