FAQs

Am I eligible to receive funds for my injuries?
If you have received injuries due to a vaccine, our vaccination attorney will investigate your case, develop a case theory and submit your case to the United States Court of Federal Claims for compensation.

How much time do I have to file a claim through the Vaccination Injury Compensation Program?
The statute of limitations requires the injured party or a representative to file a claim within 3 years of the onset date of symptoms, or 2 years from the date of death.

How much will I owe in attorney fees throughout this process?
Our vaccination attorney services are free to you. We get paid by the government, and we advance all expenses. You won’t be responsible for any cost, and we won’t take a percentage of your awarded compensation.

Do you represent clients in my state?
We represent clients in all fifty states, and we meet with each of our clients to review her or his case.

If I am eligible, what expenses does the Vaccination Injury Compensation Program cover?
The VICP covers reasonable compensation for past and future medical bills, rehabilitation costs, past and future lost wages, up to $250,000 for pain and suffering and emotional distress and attorney fees.

Who funds the Vaccine Program?
In 1988, the federal government setup The Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund to compensate vaccine-related injury or death claims for covered vaccines. The Trust Fund is funded by an excise tax on each vaccine purchased.