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One TFVC Member’s Experience with the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act


“That’s a $210 check I just received from our vaccine lawyer. It’s to reimburse our initial expenses back in 1999 when our vaccine claim was filed. 17 years later, our claim is denied in a final appeal. No words. This is a huge punch to the gut.

Healthy baby, 9 weeks old, receives 2 month immunizations and dies 2-3 hours later.

And the claim is denied.”

~ Shared with permission from one of our members, Michele Firestone Hamilton.

Thanks to the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, you can’t directly sue a vaccine manufacturer for injury or death caused by a vaccine. In case you did not know about this fact, read it again. Let it really sink in. Vaccine manufacturers have no liability. In other words, there are no checks and balances in place to encourage a safe product.

Instead, to be compensated for injury or death, you must go through Vaccine Court, which is not really a court at all. It is a secret, closed-door, hellishly-frustrating, drawn-out process for the injured parties, that rarely results in any form of compensation. If compensation is given, it is not taken from the vaccine manufacturers’ pockets – but rather from the consumers’ pockets. When a vaccine is purchased, a portion of that money goes into a fund. This fund is what is dipped into on the rare occurrence someone is paid for injury or death due to vaccines. In other words, the taxpayer pays, NOT the vaccine manufacturer.

Yes, I’m repeating – for those who don’t understand or refuse to understand.

Sarah Davis for State Representative 134 and Donna Howard, I hope you’re paying attention. Uncover your eyes, uncover your ears. Take a good, long look at what’s happening, and listen to the parents. Before you try to pass your vaccine-related laws this session (all of which are a stepping stone to vaccine mandates, as we are all aware), meet Michele in person, look her in the eye, and tell her that you simply do not care about her or her child – because, by forcing your laws onto the Texas public, that’s exactly what you will be doing. There are two sides to the vaccine issue. It’s not too late. Be on the right side – for choice.


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