AP: Federal Vaccine Court Largely Fails Victims


In an over 2,600-word article, theAPreports about the Federal vaccine court, which is intended to speed help to vaccine-injured Americans by providing eligible individuals with lifelong care. An AP review of thousands of cases found that the court is rife with problems, including: a financial incentive for private attorney to over-file cases; the use by attorneys of expert witnesses whose own work has been widely discredited; the fighting of legitimate claims by the government; a failure by the government to publicize the court; and the average length of resolving a care far exceeding the courts 240 day target.


From the news release of the American Association for Justice.