VICP (The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program) was established in 1986 to help compensate vaccine recipients and their families who have been severely injured as a result of adverse effects from certain vaccines. A common question that I have received is:
Can you represent me if I live in another state?
Answer: Yes. I am licensed to practice law in Wisconsin, New York and Illinois; however, I have represented people from a variety of states throughout the country. You do not have to be a resident of Wisconsin, New York or Illinois to be represented by me. I am allowed to practice law in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims which is where the vaccine injury program is based. This allows me to represent victims or their families from anywhere in the United States regardless of where they live and regardless of where I have a licensed to practice law. For vaccine cases, I am able to represent victims and their families from any state in the country. Most communications are done over the internet, telephone or mail. Generally, only when your personal testimony at hearing is necessary will we need to meet and most of the time that preparation can be done by telephone, Skype, or other modes of communication. If necessary, I travel to meet with you at no risk or cost to you or your family.
If you have any questions about the vaccine injury program, please contact me for a free, no obligation consultation or comment below.
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