The Law Offices of Leah Durant assists clients and/or their loved ones who have been injured by vaccines obtain compensation for their vaccine injuries.
How the VICP Pays Your Attorney Costs
After you or a loved one has been injured by a vaccine, the costs can seem insurmountable. Insurance may not cover expenses. Your job may not make up the difference. Hiring a qualified attorney may seem out of reach.
The Law Offices of Leah Durant understands that expenses following a vaccine injury can become financially overwhelming. And, even if you do have money to pay for an attorney, you should not have to. Fortunately, the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) can compensate injured parties for certain out of pocket expenses so as long as it can be proven that a covered vaccine was the cause of specific injuries.
The Cost of Injury
The cost of injury from a vaccine may be mind-boggling to some. Debts may include doctor and hospital visits, pharmaceutical treatments, home and post-surgical care, and much more.
The numbers can quickly spiral into the thousands or even the hundreds of thousands in some cases. The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program exists to help alleviate some of these costs. By working with an experienced attorney, it is possible that you may be able to recover major portions of the expenses related to your vaccine injury.
The Cost of an Attorney
Hiring an attorney is usually an expensive endeavor. The amount of work your attorney puts into your case is substantial, and related costs can quickly mount. The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program allows individuals to bring claims independently without a lawyer, but this is almost always inadvisable for people dealing with injuries, injured loves ones, or wrongful death, following vaccination.
Your attorney spends hours making sure filings satisfy detailed aspects of the process. Your vaccine attorney is also able to draw upon experience and understands how to navigate this complicated legal process. The government has experienced DOJ lawyers working on their side and you deserve the expertise of a qualified vaccine attorney working for you. Having the representation of an experienced vaccine attorney can make the difference between winning your case or receiving no compensation at all.
How the VICP Pays
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is funded in part by a tax on all vaccines sold in the United States. This tax helps to ensure that on the off-chance someone is injured or passes away following vaccination, money is available to cover related expenses and to compensate individuals quickly and fairly.
If you believe that you or a loved one has been injured by a vaccine, please contact The Law Offices of Leah V. Durant today. Our experienced vaccine attorney is here to help you obtain compensation with no expectation of compensation upfront.
Categories: National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, vaccine attorney
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