Latest Vaccine court Stories
NAA Calls NIH Autism Gene Search a Waste of Money, Says Focus Should be on Environmental Causation NIXA, Mo., July 8, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A study published this week again confirms that environmental factors play a critical role in the development of autism.
The U.S Federal Vaccine Court awarded a $61 million settlement for a child who suffered a severe adverse reaction after an immunization. Vaccine attorneys at the law firm of Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A., believed that the case was clearly a result of a reaction to the DTaP immunization.
National Autism Association Calls for Immediate Congressional and Scientific Investigation Into Autism-Vaccine Link NIXA, Mo., May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Despite numerous studies cited repeatedly by federal officials as proof that vaccines do not cause autism, a new study released today in the Pace Environmental Law Review revealed that over the last two decades, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) has been quietly compensating dozens of vaccine injury cases...
Report Demands Immediate Congressional Action WASHINGTON, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Elizabeth Birt Center for Autism Law and Advocacy (EBCALA) held a press conference in front of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims to release a study linking vaccine injury to autism.
Government program has been quietly paying awards to vaccine-injured children with autism for two decades but continues to deny vaccine-autism link. SafeMinds calls for immediate Congressional investigations.
Massachusetts Law Firm files Gardasil Injury Petition under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
Decision in Bruesewitz case leaves families with no hope of obtaining compensation from drug makers for vaccine injuries NIXA, Mo., Feb.
The Supreme Court decided on Tuesday that federal law shields vaccine makers from product-liability lawsuits in state court seeking damages for a child's injuries or death from a vaccine's side effects.
New Research Funding Must Target Prevention and Treatment of Fastest Growing Childhood Disorder WASHINGTON, Dec.
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