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Was a Vaccine Responsible for Causing Injury to the Shoulder or Arm?

Receiving a vaccine can lead to significant injuries in the arm or shoulder. You might qualify for financial compensation. Reach out to our team of lawyers specializing in shoulder and arm injuries to begin the process. Clients are not billed for attorneys' fees or expenses.


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Vaccination-Related Shoulder/Arm Injuries

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An incorrect vaccine injection can result in intense shoulder and upper arm discomfort, along with lasting swelling and tenderness at the injection site, potentially leading to bursitis, tendinitis, rotator cuff damage, and adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder). Moreover, vaccinations can also lead to conditions such as Brachial Neuritis/Parsonage-Turner Syndrome, Cellulitis, Abscesses, and Scarring.

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What Causes Shoulder Injuries After Vaccination?

  1. Shoulder injuries following vaccination typically occur due to the improper placement of the needle administering the vaccine, resulting in significant shoulder damage. Common injuries associated with this include:

    • Arm Pain

    • Shoulder Pain

    • Shoulder Dysfunction

    • Limited Range of Motion

    • Shoulder Bursitis

    • Tendonitis

    • Rotator Cuff Injury

    • Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)

  2. ​Other injuries may arise due to an autoimmune response or infection following vaccination, including:​

    • Brachial Neuritis/Parsonage-Turner Syndrome

    • Cellulitis

    • Abscesses

    • Scarring

    • Lipoma

    • Dermatofibroma

    • Rash

These symptoms and/or conditions often persist for at least twelve (12) months or even longer.​

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What is SIRVA?

  1. SIRVA, or Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration, is a legal concept that establishes a presumption that a shoulder injury was caused by improper vaccine administration if certain criteria are met.

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The essential legal elements of SIRVA (Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration) typically include:

  1. Vaccination: The individual must have received a vaccination.

  2. Shoulder Injury: There must be a documented shoulder injury following the vaccination.

  3. Temporal Relationship: The injury must have occurred within a specific timeframe after vaccination, typically within days or weeks.

  4. Improper Administration: There needs to be evidence or indication that the injury resulted from improper administration of the vaccine, such as injection into the shoulder joint instead of the deltoid muscle.

  5. Exclusion of Other Causes: Other potential causes of the shoulder injury should be reasonably excluded, reinforcing the likelihood that the vaccine administration was the primary factor.

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