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Green & Schafle Vaccine Attorney David Carney Appeals Transverse Myelitis Case

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On December 21, 2022, Green & Schafle vaccine litigator David Carney appeared for oral argument in the United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, D.C. to appeal a recent vaccine decision from the Office of Special Masters.  The federal judges situated in the United States Court of Federal Claims have jurisdiction to review… Read More »

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Parents File Wrongful Death After Son OD’s On Kratom

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The parents of a 23-year-old Atlanta man have filed a lawsuit against the manufacturer of kratom, an intoxicating substance that you can find in some head shops and even gas stations. The substance is used by those who are attempting to fight opioid addiction, at least that is the pretense for making it available… Read More »

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Can Vaccines Lead To Guillain-Barre Syndrome?

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To be sure, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that there is no connection between vaccines and auto-immune disorders. GBS (Guillain-Barre Syndrome) is a rare complication related to infections in which your immune system becomes over-excited and begins attacking healthy nerve tissue. As you may imagine, it can cause pain and weakness throughout… Read More »

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Does Your Homeowner’s Insurance Policy Include Overdose Deaths?

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A recent lawsuit filed by the parents of an overdose victim allege that the homeowners of the boy’s friend who gave him the drugs are liable for his death. According to the terms of the policy, there is an exclusion related to controlled substances. The terms of the policy dictate that the insurance company… Read More »

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High Court: Banning Vaccine Passports Not Unconstitutional

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COVID-19 set off a major battle between social responsibility and individual liberty. It also set off a major battle between Democrats and Republicans. Today, it is commonplace for the CDC to issue recommendations and for Republic governors to balk at implementing them. While the pandemic is now firmly in the rearview mirror, the fallout… Read More »

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6 Questions To Ask Before You Hire a Vaccine Trial Lawyer

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Deciding which lawyer to represent you for your vaccine injury can be an overwhelming and daunting process.  There are many options across the country, but who is best suited to represent you for your particular case?  When deciding how to choose a vaccine injury lawyer, ask yourself these questions: Is the lawyer licensed to… Read More »

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Vaccine Injury Attorney David Carney Brings Neuromyelitis Optica Case to Court

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Green & Schafle partner David Carney, who focuses his litigation practice on vaccine related injuries, recently took a case to trial involving a pediatric ICU nurse who received a flu shot at work and was subsequently diagnosed with neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder. The trial took place in the United States Court of Federal Claims,… Read More »

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