Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP)

Vaccine Injury Compensation Program


The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) was created under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) of 1986 to compensate for vaccine-related injuries and deaths by establishing a claim procedure involving the United States Court of Federal Claims and special masters.

The NCVIA, often referred to as the "1986 Law," was passed by Congress because the vaccine manufacturers no longer wanted to be held liable for ALL the injuries and deaths caused by the vaccines they were producing.

A snapshot of the amounts paid out thus far since fiscal year 2014 to 9/3/2019, is a total of $1,416,415,648 (that is over $1.4 Billion that the government has already paid out).

One of the reasons that this number is not higher is because they refuse to pay out on a lot of the claims, especially if the claimant uses the term “Autism” in their claim.

If you do a Google research on vaccines, you will discover that the top results are from government sites such as the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), FDA (Food and Drug Administration), etc., all touting the same message – that vaccines are good for you. If you scroll down a little bit from that same research, you will see different websites from organizations or individuals saying the opposite – that vaccines are bad for you and cause injuries to the body in many different ways or worse yet, it causes a loved one to die.

The number of claims filed each fiscal year has been going up. 

Below are data that the Department of Justice publishes every quarter regarding the status of claims as a result of vaccine injuries and deaths. If it were true that vaccines do not cause harm or death, why would the government pay out so much money each year in claims? 

Please click on each item to view the full report.






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