Vaccine injuries are rare, and vaccines prevent far more illnesses than they cause. But if you’ve been injured by a vaccine, you deserve compensation. The vaccine injury compensation process can be confusing and difficult. At Sands Anderson, we want you to understand this process and your rights.
That’s why our vaccine injury attorneys share information about vaccine injuries and other related topics. We believe that the more you know, the better you’ll understand the injury and the claim. We listen carefully to your story and answer all your questions, every step of the way.
About the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) was established in 1986 to compensate people who have been injured by certain vaccines. It’s a no-fault process, which means your doctor, pharmacist or other provider involved in your vaccination is not blamed for your injury.
You can file your own claim with VICP. However, a vaccine injury attorney can file it on your behalf, at no cost to you.
Our legal and professional experts write articles and news that explain many aspects of the VICP process, and some vaccine reactions. We want you to understand the value of vaccines to everyone’s health, what can happen when a vaccine causes an injury and what you can do if you or a loved one are injured.
Vaccine Injury Information
People who are injured by a vaccine may not know the cause of their illness or injury. Our experts, including a vaccine injury lawyer who is also a physician, detail several vaccine injuries covered by VICP. Information includes causes, symptoms and what you should do if you have them.