Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) and Vaccine Injury
What is the MMR Vaccine?
The MMR vaccine, also known by its trade name M-M-R II, is a single vaccine that protects against three diseases: Measles, Mumps, and Rubella.
The CDC recommends that MMR immunization occur in two rounds of vaccinations.
The first dose is typically administered between 12 and 15 months old, and the second shot is usually given between 4 and 6 years of age
Most children and adults who get the MMR vaccination have few or no side effects. However, there are rare cases where the patient has a severe and debilitating reaction to the MMR shot.
The federal government set up the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) to help people who experience severe injuries. A federal trust fund has paid out billions of dollars to compensate vaccine-injured patients across the country.
How Our Vaccine Injury Attorneys Can Help
Maglio Christopher & Toale Law Firm currently represents hundreds of vaccine injury patients across the United States.
The attorneys at mctlaw have won hundreds of millions of dollars in vaccine injury payouts and 100% of that money went directly to our clients. Our clients never pay a legal fee for our services, and we do not take any part of their financial award.
Not all attorneys are able to practice law before the Federal Vaccine Court. That’s why you should hire an attorney with extensive experience in this area of law. These are not simple personal injury cases. They are medically and scientifically complex.
Common Reactions to the MMR Vaccine
Diagnosed with a Vaccine Injury?
Our vaccine attorneys can review your case and determine if we can represent you.
There is a statute of limitations to file a claim. If you miss the deadline, there are no second chances.
MMR Vaccine Injury Case Results
The attorneys at mctlaw have recovered multi-millions in settlements for clients injured by the Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccine.
In 2018, mctlaw negotiated a $101 million vaccine injury award paid out to the family of a young girl who suffered severe encephalopathy after receiving the MMR vaccine at one year old.
Our Client Case Results
Are You Eligible to File a Vaccine Injury Claim?
There are some basic requirements to be eligible to file a claim in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program:
- The vaccine must be one of the types listed on the Vaccine Injury Table by the VICP.
- The claim must be filed within the statute of limitations. That means you have a short window of time to file a claim.
- The vaccine injury must last for at least 6 months after the vaccination was given.
- Or, the reaction to the vaccination resulted in a hospital stay and surgery
- Or, the reaction must have resulted in death.
- You must file a claim within a certain period of time. There is a statute of limitations to file in the NVICP. It’s best to discuss this with an attorney to know when the clock on your case started ticking.