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Vaccine-Related Injury

Lawyers Helping Victims Of Vaccine-Related Injuries

Since 1988, the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has been paying damages to the families of vaccine injury victims. While the program is available to people with a wide range of vaccine-related injuries, the aid of an experienced attorney is recommended to help you navigate the process.

The attorneys at Hayes Law Offices, Inc. can help. Our Ohio law firm represents the families of children who have been injured by the vaccines they were given. We regularly meet with families to help them determine whether or not their child is eligible for damages. To meet with us, please contact our law office toll free at 1-800-536-8678. Initial consultations are free and confidential.

Am I Or Is My Child Eligible For Damages From VICP?

The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program covers a wide range of injuries caused by many different vaccines. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services keeps a table of these vaccine-related injuries. This table can be confusing and we recommend you review it with an attorney at Hayes Law Offices.

Injuries can be caused by vaccines including the tetanus vaccine, measles mumps and rubella, polio, hepatitis and the flu shot. And these injuries can range from mild to severe, life-changing injuries.

To receive damages for a vaccine injury, you and your lawyer may have to prove that the vaccine caused the injury. This can usually be done by showing that the injury started soon after the vaccine was administered. We start with a thorough examination of your child’s medical records as well as work with highly-regarded healthcare experts.

Contact Hayes Law Offices

If you think that your child might have been injured by a vaccine, talk to a lawyer about your options. Contact our Pataskala law firm by calling 740-927-2927 or toll free at 1-800-536-8678 to schedule a free initial consultation.

If your claim is made in good faith, the program covers your attorney fees.