Lora Wright MMR/DTap/IPV Vaccine Case Won 2008


On April 9, 2008, the parties filed a stipulation on damages, in which they agreed to settle
this case and described the settlement terms. Petitioners allege that Lora Wright suffered from
acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (“ADEM”) and optic neuritis allegedly resulting from a
measles-mumps-rubella (“MMR”) vaccination, a diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis (“DTaP”)
vaccination, and an inactivated polio vaccine (“IPV”). Respondent denies that Ms. Wright’s
alleged injury was vaccine-related, and denies that she suffered any disabilities that were
sequelae of her alleged injury.

Damages decision based on
* stipulation; ADEM and optic
* neuritis following MMR vaccination,
* DTaP vaccination, and IPV
* vaccination; attorney’s fees and costs