People who get injured from COVID-19 vaccines could have a hard time getting compensated

People who get injured from COVID-19 vaccines could have a hard time getting compensated

Not only does CICP deny compensation for pain and suffering and attorney’s fees, and the right to appeals, it prohibits litigants from holding hearings and introducing evidence and expert testimony. Another CICP disadvantage, Pop said, is that the only the government’s own expert can form the basis for what constitutes a permissible claim. Therefore, he said, under the CICP program, it seems highly unlikely that any individual with a reaction that’s not “open and notorious, even though rare,” could ever get any kind of compensation.