Up to 90% Of Injuries Go Unreported

The total damages paid to vaccine injury victims surpassed $4 billion in 2018, yet according to the federal government, only 1-10% of injuries are reported.

Anyone can report a vaccine injury: health care providers, case workers, vaccine manufacturers, and vaccine recipients. And per the CDC, vaccine effects can be mild, such as discomfort at the injection site, to severe adverse reactions such as seizures, encephalitis, or even death in some cases.

Or call (800) 822-7967

Source: CDC, Jul 19, 2012

According to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS):

"Underreporting is one of the main limitations of passive surveillance systems." 

  • Vaccine cases are only heard by one court in the country, the United States Court of Federal Claims

  • The vaccine manufacturer does not stand trial, nor do they attend or require representation at the hearing

  • Attorney's fees for victims are paid by the vaccine court, which is funded by a special tax on vaccines; the consumer funds the court, not the vaccine manufacturer(s)

  • Court cases take years to be heard; so any expenses for injured parties severely burden their caretakers

  • Several cases for vaccine-induced autism have been heard and rewarded; Hannah Polling made national headlines when her case was won in 2010

Data from michigan.gov/mdhhs allows you to see the number of deaths from a disease and how many of those people were vaccinated. VAERS data indicates how many people were injured from the paired vaccines. 


The table presents data from 2014: Of the 1,424 cases of whooping cough (of which 68% who were vaccinated), there were zero deaths as a result of the disease, but there were 2 deaths and 14 serious injuries (e.g., high fever, brain damage, or seizures) reported after receiving the vaccine.