Readers affected by the shingles vaccine, or who have heard of it, will be interested in my post at https://canadianliberty.com/?p=1134: “Adverse reactions to shingles vaccine”, especially the comments from readers:
I added the following in a comment to the original post. I recommend you add comments to the original post in order to reach the most readers:
Thanks for all the comments with info which I’m sure readers appreciate.
On the subject of class action lawsuits, there has been news this year in the States. I’ve listed some links below.
Please add comments if you know about any results.
You’ll see from the articles below why it’s confusing.
To me, depending on your resources, it makes sense for anyone affected to explore legal options–whether a vaccine is for adults as with this one, or for children, whether within the system that protects manufacturers or outside of the system.
The shingles vaccine is an adult vaccine so the manufacturer is supposedly not protected as in the case with childhood vaccines (but I included a 2011 Supreme Court decision that someone used to try to claim otherwise—-but maybe they’re incorrect as others disagree and maybe it shouldn’t stop people anyway).
I don’t know if anything is happening in Canada – let me know if you have updates about Canada (about this or other vaccines)- or any positive results from the lawsuits in the United States or other countries.
If you have info on the special vaccine courts or results from using official vaccine adverse effects reporting systems, you’re welcome to provide that too in the comments.
Why don’t people with the capacity to do so just go ahead and test the legal system on their own? That’s my thought on that for what it’s worth. The situation may vary in each country as far as childhood vaccines or adult vaccines.
Maybe whatever laws have been passed to protect companies against lawsuits could be challenged constitutionally.
And maybe there are other avenues–people should try to appeal to political representatives and especially I think using formal channels such as petitions. And they should complain to the Canadian media who actively promotes–advertises–not objectively–the shingles vaccine. And people should consider affidavits and criminal charges in my opinion also–contacting prosecutors/crown attorneys/police –why not–if they feel they have the resources?
And of course we feel intimidated and lacking in time and energy and money so it’s not about judging anyone. But those who can do something should think about what they can do — without waiting for “class action” necessarily. “Class action” sounds good, and might be the best thing for many, but maybe waiting for others just causes more delay?
Here are some related articles to inform readers about what has been happening in the U.S. Sorry I haven’t been keeping track. Others are welcome to provide updates.
- *** https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/05/07/victims-of-vaccine-damage-can-sue-manufacturers-in-the-us/
- *** https://sarasotavaccinationchoice.wordpress.com/category/zostavax-lawsuit/
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