No one wants to need a lawyer or be involved in a legal dispute. Unfortunately, many of the vaccine injured face legal challenges ranging from unemployment compensation and disability to infringement of their First Amendment rights to share their experience on social media. To make matters worse, current Federal programing supporting the vaccine injured is woefully inadequate. React 19 continues to work with top vaccine attorneys and lawmakers to change the legal landscape on behalf of the vaccine injured.
In the meantime, the following resources may be beneficial:
Legal Information Institute – Covid Resources – Cornell Law School
Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic – George Washington Law School
Vaccine Injured Petitioners Bar Association
America Bar Association Attorney Directory
Legal Challenges for the Vaccine Injured – CICP v. VICP
COVID vaccine injury claims mount, but recourse is lacking for those harmed
ALL VACCINE INJURED ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO FILE FOR RELIEF UNDER THE COUNTERMEASURES INJURY COMPENSATION PROGRAM (CICP)
REGARDLESS OF POTENTIAL STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ISSUES AND PROGRAM LIMITATIONS. FUTURE LEGISLATION MAY INCLUDE RETROACTIVE BENEFITS.
In light of the most recent revelations regarding suppression of information as well as disinformation by our own government, do their actions make them now liable for my injuries? I got the Covid vaccine because I felt pressured to do so in order to receive proper healthcare for myself and my family as well as concerns the insurance company would dismiss any medical claims if I had to be hospitalized due to Covid and I had chosen not to get the vaccine. My mom has SLL cancer and my dad is also in a high risk category due to his age and weight and I did not want to be denied the ability to go into businesses or medical facilities if I needed to since I’m their primary caregiver.