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Workers Compensation and Occupational Disease Acts may be your only path to recovery for death and adverse events associated with experimental injections that millions of employees in Illinois were required to get in 2021 and 2022 in order to keep a job.  

The shots that so many people got in 2021 and 2022 are not covered by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP).  Why not?  Because those shots are "countermeasures", and therefore they are covered by the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP).  Bad news - a claim under the CICP has to be filed within a year from the shot, and, entitles you to very little even if you persuade the government of your claim.  

We have filed among the first, if not the first Illinois Workers Compensation claim on behalf of an injured Illinois employee who was required to get shots to keep a job in 2021.  If you or a loved one have died, have been newly diagnosed with cancer, tinnitus, heart attack, heart failure, liver damage, stroke, blood clots, atrial fibrillation or cardiac arrhythmia, or miscarried or given birth to a child with birth defects after getting these shots for work, take action before time is up.  

The manufacturers who distributed the shots, all the doctors who told people to get the shots, governments that required the shots, and the people who actually administered the shots, are all immune from liability under the "PREP Act" (at least through May, 2023).  I predicted three years ago there would be no other immunity associated with these shots and as of 2024 that has proven true.  

While many people enthusiastically hurried to get shots, some people had to get shots to keep a job.  If your employer made the shots a requirement or enticement for employment, then maybe we can help.  Even if you would have gotten the shots anyways, if your employer also required it, you can still make a claim.  The Workers Compensation and Occupational Diseases Acts provide three years from the date of exposure to file, so you may still have time to act.  These Acts also provide a lot more compensation than the CICP.  

According to the Congressional Research Service publication "Compensation for COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries" of March 31, 2023, even when coverage under the CICP expires for COVID-19 shots, there still won't be coverage under the VICP unless a series of steps are taken including "Secretary of HHS must add the vaccine to the Vaccine Injury Table".  Otherwise you are on your own:

"Under the current PREP Act Declaration, PREP Act coverage for COVID-19 countermeasures not related to a federal contract generally extends through (a) the final day an applicable Declaration of Emergency is in effect, or (b) October 1, 2024, whichever occurs first. The Biden Administration has stated its intention to terminate the federal public health emergency declared under Section 319 of the Public Health Service Act on May 11, 2023. In light of that decision—unless a state or local emergency declaration applies or HHS amends the Declaration—PREP Act coverage for some COVID-19 countermeasures may end prior to October 1, 2024. When COVID-19 vaccines are no longer covered by the PREP Act, CICP will no longer be an available remedy for injuries caused by COVID-19 vaccines. At that point, unless the vaccines are included in VICP, persons injured by COVID-19 vaccine side effects could pursue remedies under state tort law."

By the time that happens, your two year statute of limitations for most "state tort law" claims will have expired. 


As of the end of 2021 there has become available a mountain of published evidence associating the shots with higher rates of serious adverse events including death compared to populations that skipped the shots.  Even death from COVID has been occurring at higher rates in some populations that got shots compared to age peers who got zero shots (males age 18-39 in England from April, 2022 to the end of data in May, 2023).

If a spouse died after getting one of these shots required by their employer, the surviving spouse can make a claim for Workers Compensation survivor benefits.  Based on data published August 25, 2023 from the Office of National Statistics in the United Kingdom, the weighted average death from all causes age standardized mortality rate for the population of England ages 18-90+ that got any shots was higher by at least 10% than the death from all causes age standardized mortality rate for that population that got zero shots from April, 2022 through the end of reported data in May, 2023.  

Your own doctor might have a hard time accepting that your injury is connected to the shots. Many attorneys got the shots too.  They have a hard time advancing these claims effectively.  I wouldn't want to read or know what is being published about these shots after 2022 if I had gotten any of them.

We have found the expert medical witnesses who have the credentials and the willingness to support these claims.  We may be able to get some compensation for your injury or the death of a loved one if an employer encouraged or required the shots.  Sadly, there is no way to get justice. 

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