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Conference to Discuss Developments in Vaccine Injury Compensation

On November 17, our nation’s capital will play host to even more lawyers than usual. The reason is the 27th Annual U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judicial Conference. Lawyers from around the country will debate issues facing the Court, which handles monetary claims made against the U.S. government. The topics are diverse, ranging from the … Continue reading

Pediatric Medical Journal Weighs in on the Safety of Vaccines

For parents whose children hate the sight of needles, the yearly trip to the doctor for a flu shot can be a struggle. But there‚Äôs now an easier, more effective way. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that children between 2 and 8 years of age receive the nasal spray vaccine. The spray … Continue reading

Vaccine Attorney Leah Durant Discusses Rare Side Effects of the Flu Shot and How to Obtain Compensation for Vaccine Injuries

One in five Americans will get the flu this year. That has serious consequences for the economy, which loses $87 billion annually to the flu, thanks to lost productivity and medical expenses. Many people hoping to ward off the disease are getting flu shots. The flu vaccine causes the body to create antibodies that provide … Continue reading

Another Wake-up Call on Ebola

Ebola just claimed its first victim in the United States. Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person diagnosed with the disease inside the United States, died on Wednesday. Duncan had traveled from his hometown in Liberia to Dallas, Texas, to reunite with family. Four days before leaving, he unknowingly contracted ebola while helping transport a sick … Continue reading

Who Wants the Flu? Apparently Half the U.S.

Autumn is here, and with it cold and flu season. Millions of Americans will soon seek out a flu shot to minimize their risk of contracting the disease, whether at the behest of their doctor, their friends, or their family. Even though the flu vaccine is largely effective, many people forgo the shot. A recent … Continue reading

How to Prevent SIRVA

The Journal of American Pharmacists Association provides important information on how to prevent shoulder injuries related to the improper administration of vaccines or SIRVA. Read More

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