Representing Clients With
Vaccine Injuries In All 50 States.
There are benefits to getting vaccinated. There is no doubt about that. Science has shown common vaccines to be effective, and studies suggest that vaccines have prevented millions of people from getting sick while saving thousands of lives every year.
However, while vaccinations prevent sickness and save lives, vaccines are not without risk. One of the risks includes shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (also known as SIRVA), which can result in diagnoses such as; frozen shoulder, adhesive capsulitis, bursitis, rotator cuff injuries and many more. Vaccine-related shoulder injuries affect thousands of victims every year. What many do not know, is that victims of vaccine-related shoulder pain can seek and obtain compensation for their injuries under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program provides millions of dollars in damages to individuals injured by certain vaccines.
Have you recently been vaccinated and now experience shoulder pain? Limited range of motion? Muscle weakness, or other symptoms? Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with lingering shoulder symptoms such as; frozen shoulder or sharp, stabbing pain following your receipt of a vaccine?
These are all possible signs of a condition called Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration, also known as “SIRVA.” Since many shoulder injuries result from the improper administration of routine vaccines, you or someone you love could very well be experiencing symptoms regardless of the contents of the vaccine you received. Adults and children alike can suffer from shoulder injuries after being vaccinated with routine vaccines.
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program was established in 1988 and provides individuals who have suffered vaccine-related injuries the right to recover monetary compensation for their pain and suffering, out of pocket expenses, medical expenses, and lost wages.
Shoulder pain related to vaccine administration can have serious consequences. While pain alone may eventually subside, serious shoulder injuries may require costly surgical procedures, extensive treatment, physical therapy or rehabilitation. If you or someone you love has experienced shoulder pain following vaccination from the flu shot or other vaccines, it is important that you first see a doctor and contact a vaccine lawyer at the Center for Vaccine Shoulder Pain Recovery right away.
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) provides compensation to individuals for vaccine-related shoulder pain and other injuries resulting from vaccine administration, such as brachial neuritis, frozen shoulder, injuries to the bursae, rotator cuff tears and many more.
Obtaining compensation for a vaccine shoulder injury requires experienced legal representation. Filing a lawsuit under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is a complicated legal process that requires expertise unrelated to traditional tort litigation. At the Center for Vaccine Shoulder Pain Recovery, our law practice is devoted exclusively to helping vaccine injury victims obtain the compensation they deserve. Unlike some firms, our efforts are exclusively focused on helping our clients recover money for their vaccine injuries. We represent vaccine-injured parties nationwide and specialize in providing them with the resources and recovery they deserve.
SCHEDULE A FREE CONSULTATION TO DISCUSS YOUR VACCINE SHOULDER INJURY TODAY
To find out if you may be entitled to compensation for your vaccine-related shoulder injury, we invite you to schedule a free consultation with no further obligation. Call us at 1-844-789-2047 or contact us online to discuss your vaccine shoulder pain or injury today.
Under the Vaccine Program, rather than suing the vaccine manufacturer or administrator, victims of vaccine injuries can seek compensation by filing a legal proceeding against the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
All vaccines administered by injection can result in shoulder pain. By many accounts, instances of shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (also known as SIRVA) are on the rise.
There are several ways that shoulder injury related to vaccine administration may manifest, and all individuals who are vaccinated through the use of hypodermic needles are at risk for suffering from this injury.
Obtaining compensation for vaccine-related shoulder pain, or any vaccine-related injury can be a difficult and daunting task. At the Center for Vaccine Shoulder Pain Recovery, aggressively pursuing vaccine claims in federal court is all we do. When choosing to work with the Center for Vaccine Shoulder Pain Recovery to obtain compensation for your injury, you get:
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To learn more about The Center for Vaccine Shoulder Pain Recovery and how we are fighting to protect your rights, call 1-844-789-2047 or contact us online.