National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP)
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program Vaccine Injury Table http://www.hrsa.dhhs.gov/bhpr/vicp/table.htm#
 Weibel et al Acute Encephalopathy Followed by Permanent Brain Injury or Death Associated With Further Attenuated Measles Vaccines: A Review of Claims Submitted to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program A total of 48 children, ages 10 to 49 months, met the inclusion criteria after receiving measles vaccine, alone or in combination. Eight children died, and the remainder had mental regression and retardation, chronic seizures, motor and sensory deficits, and movement disorders.
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Deadline for Filing Hepatitis B, Haemophilus Influenza Type B, and
Chicken Pox Vaccine Injury Claim is August 6 (1999)
By Altom M. Maglio, Esq. - For those who have been injured or lost a
child from an adverse reaction to a hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenza
type b, or chicken pox vaccination administered prior to August 6, 1997,
the deadline for filing a claim with the National Vaccine Injury
Compensation Program (NVICP) is fast approaching. Congress enacted the
NVICP in 1986 to compensate individuals and families of individuals
suffering adverse reactions to certain vaccines. Initially these three
vaccines were not included in the Program. However, on August 6, 1997,
the Department of Health and Human Services added the hepatitis B,
Haemophilus influenza type b, and chicken pox vaccines to the list of
vaccines covered by the NVICP.
August 6, 1999, is the deadline for filing a petition for compensation
with the NVICP for injuries resulting from the above vaccines
administered prior to August 6, 1997 and after August 6, 1989. If an
individual or family of an individual injured by one of the three
vaccines fails to file by this deadline, they are likely barred forever
from filing a claim. Any injuries occurring prior to August 6, 1989 are
most likely already forever barred. The petition for compensation must
be filed with the United States Court of Claims in Washington, D.C. and
must include numerous specific documents and records.
If you have been injured by these vaccines or know someone who has, the
time to act is now. Contact an attorney that represents victims of
vaccine injuries or call the NVICP directly at (800)-338-2382.
Altom M. Maglio is an attorney representing victims of vaccine related
injuries. The above information is not legal advice and may not apply
to your situation. Speak with an attorney for information regarding
your specific circumstance. More information on filing a claim with the
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is available from Mr.
Maglios Web Site at http://www.sarasotalaw.com or by calling his office
at (941) 952-5242.
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