Varicella Vaccine, also known as Chickenpox vaccine, can cause a wide range of adverse reactions. Serious brain damage, seizures, pneumonia, and severe allergic reactions have been associated with Varicella vaccine. Adverse reactions can occur in both children and adults. If you or someone you love has experienced an adverse reaction to the chickenpox vaccine, contact the Law Offices of Leah Durant today by at 202.775.9200 or email@example.com to receive a no cost consultation.
Key Facts About the Chickenpox (Varicella) Vaccine
The varicella vaccine is administered to prevent contraction of chickenpox, a virus that causes rash, fever, fatigue, and may lead to serious complications including pneumonia. A person who has had chickenpox can get a painful rash called shingles years later. The varicella vaccine is typically administered to children in two doses with the first varicella vaccine being administered at 12-15 months old and the second dose being administered approximately four years later.
Recognized Side Effects of the Chickenpox (Varicella) Vaccine
The varicella/chickenpox vaccine has been known to be associated with a wide range of reactions. The vaccine can cause mild reactions like soreness and swelling, moderate problems such as seizures caused by fever, or serious reactions such as pneumonia, brain damage, and low blood count.
Varicella Vaccine and the Vaccine Court
You may be entitled to monetary compensation from the National Vaccine Injury Program if you have suffered an adverse reaction to a Varicella vaccine. Consult a vaccine attorney who specializes in vaccine injury cases. While the Law Offices of Leah V. Durant is located in Washington, DC, she is able to represent vaccine injured individuals from all 50 states. The Law Offices of Leah V. Duant, PLLC specializes in vaccine cases and can evaluate your claim today free of charge. Contact the Law Offices of Leah Durant today at 202.775.9200 or firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a no cost consultation.