The MMR vaccine is intended to prevent measles, mumps, and rubella. While the side effects of the vaccine are rare, they can happen, and they are often severe. If you or a loved one suffered an injury due to taking the MMR vaccine, you may be eligible for compensation. With compensation, you can help pay for pain and suffering, disfigurement, disability-related bills, future medical expenses, and past and future lost wages.
At The Greenwood Law Firm, our MMR vaccine attorneys in Houston are highly effective in this complex area of law. Backed by years of experience, our lawyers have helped countless clients get the compensation they deserve. We can help you, too. Our legal team can efficiently guide you through the entire claims process, from start to finish. You can trust us to provide the proficient legal services you deserve.
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Typically, children will receive two doses of the MMR vaccine. The first will be administered around the time they turn one year old, and the second is given when they are anywhere from four to six years old. However, it can also be administered later in life if an individual did not receive it as a child. Unfortunately, the side effects that come with this vaccine often cause serious, long-lasting consequences.
Swelling of glands
Serious allergic reaction
Stiffness and pain in the joints
Recombinant human albumin
Fetal bovine serum
At The Greenwood Law Firm, our MMR vaccine lawyers in Houston genuinely care about our clients and will do everything we can to help you get the compensation you need. The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) allows us to represent clients for free, so you have nothing to lose by calling us. We will talk with you in person and help you determine your best course of action. If we accept you as a client, our legal team can get to work on creating a personalized case strategy for you right away.
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