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Lewis v. HHS (Fed. Cl. Spec. Mstr. Oct. 13, 2015) (Moran, SM)

The parties disputed whether the onset of Petitioner’s shoulder injury occurred during the table time period, i.e., Respondent alleged that Petitioner’s onset occurred too soon, the day after the vaccine.  Neither party requested a fact hearing, and the Special Master ruled on the onset issue after an analysis of medical records and affidavits only.

The Special Master rejected Respondent’s argument, premised on a later record noting a one-day onset, finding that the contemporaneous records, while Petitioner was still hospitalized post-partum, made no mention of shoulder pain in the two days after vaccination.

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  1. Anonymous

    I was interested in finding out any information on hearing loss associated with the flu vaccine. I received my flu shot last year (2014) and 4 days later loss 100% of my hearing in my right ear. I have researched this issue to find out if there were any findings or extreme side effects associated with the lot numbers of any of the flu vaccine medications distributed in the past couple of years that are in question. This problem has really turned my life upside down. I was just wondering if I am alone in this mishap and if the companies are actually held liable in instances such as these.
    Thanks in advance for your response.

  2. Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A.

    We would like to help you. Our attorneys have worked on hearing loss cases related to vaccination in the past. One of our staff will contact you via email, but please feel free to call our office at 888-952-5245 so we can talk in person about your situation and get more information about your vaccine injury.
    Thank you so much for reaching out,
    Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A.

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