Has a vaccine injured you or your child in Indiana? You need an Indiana vaccine injury lawyer to fight for your legal rights.
You may be entitled to compensation under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. You will need to contact a vaccine injury lawyer to discover whether you have a case or not. If you do, you will be compensated for pain and suffering, past and future medical costs, and lost wages from the awards of the program.
If you choose us to be your vaccine injury lawyers our costs are not taken from your settlement. If you suspect that you or a family member may be a victim of a vaccine, contact Downing, Allison & Jorgenson National Vaccine Injury Lawyers immediately. Your call will be returned within 24 hours.
The program has very strict rules and deadlines for filing claims, and the time frame within which to file your claim is very short. Contact us today for information about your Indiana vaccine injury consultation including shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA).
Attorney Andrew Downing has fought for victims of vaccine injuries for over 20 years now and has won millions of dollars in compensation for families. He is licensed to practice before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and is serving on the court’s referral panel to assist families through the program.
All costs for your representation in the program are covered by the program. You will not pay any program fees. And you will not pay contingency costs out of the award you may receive. Whether you win or lose your case you will pay no fees from the program. We have clients in Indiana and all over the nation, and we represent the United States military families.
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Gardasil cases consolidated in MDL
On August 4, 2022, the Judicial Panel for Multi-State Litigation granted an MDL for Gardasil cases. This is great news for victims of the Gardasil vaccination in litigation with Merck.
Gardasil Litigation Update
Litigation against Merck for injuries due to their HPV vaccination, Gardasil, is progressing. More and more suits are being filed around the United States. A major hearing is set for July 28, 2022, in Seattle, Washington. Call us today!
COVID vaccines are not covered in the Vaccine Program
For those of you that have contacted us about injuries due to the COVID vaccinations, unfortunately, these vaccines are not covered yet under the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. While there is an option for injuries from the COVID-19 vaccines, most vaccine injury victims will go uncompensated.