Brachial Neuritis from Vaccines: Causes, Effects and Claims Under the VICP

Brachial neuritis is a neurological condition that can cause symptoms lasting for months, and in some cases for several years. Since brachial impairs many people’s ability to work, it can prove extremely expensive, and it can also negatively impact many other aspects of people’s day-to-day lives. Fortunately, financial compensation is available in some cases, and those who have been diagnosed with brachial neuritis after receiving any type of tetanus vaccine should speak with a vaccine lawyer about their legal rights. Continue reading

Countdown to a Vaccine Injury Claim: How to Prepare for a Claim Under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

For many individuals diagnosed with vaccine injuries, filing a claim under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) is an important step in the recovery process. The VICP covers injuries caused by most CDC-recommended vaccines—including injuries caused by adverse reactions and injuries caused by errors during vaccine administration. In this article, vaccine lawyer Leah V. Durant explains the steps involved in preparing to file a claim under the VICP. Continue reading