Georgia Vaccine Lawyer
Phyllis Widman, Esq. is admitted to file claims for vaccine injuries taking place in the State of Georgia. The admission to practice in the Court of Federal Claims, the Court in which vaccine injury claims are heard, is a federal admission. Phyllis Widman, Esq. is thereby admitted and prepared to bring vaccine injury claims in all 50 states and D.C., including Georgia. Whether you are in Savannah, Atlanta, Athens, Valdosta, Augusta, Columbus, Sandy Springs, or anywhere in between, Widman Law Firm is ready to provide you with high quality representation for your vaccine injury claim.
Ms. Widman has seven (7) years of experience working in the Court of Federal Claims, also known as the “Vaccine Court,” and continues to focus her practice in this highly specialized area. Ms. Widman’s experience in vaccine injury law and the Court of Federal claims has been exclusively on the side of the victims of vaccine injuries and their families. She and her team work hard to win compensation for the victims’ pain and suffering, lost wages, medical expenses, and more.
The Court of Federal Claims began as part of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) of 1986. This special court hears exclusively vaccine related injury claims. The adversary in the Court of Federal Claims is always the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a government entity, rather than the manufacturers or administrators of the vaccine. While the Vaccine court was initially created in response to lawsuits stemming from injuries to children, there are now at least equal to, if not more, adult injury claims filed each month as compared to minors.
The Court of Federal Claims is physically located in Washington, DC, but the majority of vaccine injury matters are taken care of remotely from start to finish. This provides victims of vaccine injuries with great flexibility and access to pursuing their claims. Injured persons can often bring their claims in this Court with the representation of an admitted attorney such as Phyllis Widman, Esq. without having to ever physically appear in court. The accessibility of this Court allows victims from all over Georgia, and the rest of the country, to fight for compensation for their injuries from wherever they may be.
If you or a family member have been diagnosed with Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM), Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), or any of the other injuries discussed on our Specific Injuries page as a result of a vaccination administered in the State of Georgia, call Phyllis Widman, Esq. as soon as possible for a free consultation. She and her team are ready and waiting to help you navigate the often confusing and emotionally tolling time after suffering a vaccine injury.
- Vaccine Injury Recoveries in GA
$100,000 award obtained for a Georgia man who was diagnosed with Serum Sickness, Inflammatory Polyarthritis, Chronic Kidney Disease and Liver complications, amongst other complications, after receiving the Pneumococcal Conjugate vaccination.