Did you suffer from adverse side effects from the Zostavax shingles vaccine?
The Zostavax shingles vaccine contains a live virus which is allegedly too potent for certain individuals.
This has resulted in an adverse shingle shot reaction for individuals within 0 to 6 months of having the Zostavax shingles vaccine administered.
Possible shingle vaccine side effects include:
- Shingles after vaccine
- Myelitis (spinal cord inflammation)
- Postherpetic neuralgia (pain continuing after shingles blisters subside)
- Vision problems (blindness; eye infections; retinal damage)
- Hearing loss
- Autoimmune disorders (Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating, Polyneuropathy, Meniere’s Disease, etc.)
- Cardiovascular event
- Congestive heart failure
- Bell’s Palsy (facial paralysis)
- Serious neurological disease/disorder
Although injuries typically occur within the first 0 to 6 months after receiving the vaccine, long-term injuries including neurological damage have also been reported.
Filing a Zostavax lawsuit could help recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, permanent disability, wrongful death, and more.
If you or a loved one suffered from adverse side effects following the Zostavax shingles vaccine, you may qualify to file a Zostavax lawsuit or class action lawsuit. Fill out the form on this page now for a FREE case evaluation.