Patients Launch Legal Action Against AstraZeneca Over Its COVID-19 Vaccine

In 2021, the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency confirmed a possible link between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, known as Vaxzevria, and a rare condition involving blood clots along with abnormally low platelet levels. As a result, patients have launched legal action against AstraZeneca over its COVID-19 vaccine.

Dozens of patients and families are launching legal action against AstraZeneca over a rare side effect of its covid-19 vaccine.

Lawyers have sent the company pre-action protocol letters, the first step in a legal claim on behalf of around 75 claimants. Some have lost relatives and some have survived with catastrophic injuries following blood clots.

Many millions have had the vaccine without suffering complications but in 2021 the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency confirmed a possible link between the vaccine, known as Vaxzevria, and a rare condition involving blood clots along with abnormally low platelet levels. Those taking legal action have been diagnosed with vaccine induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia.

The claimants are pursuing a two pronged strategy: taking legal action under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 as well as claiming payment under the government run Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme. The scheme has paid out in several cases, but is limited to £120 000 per claim and applicants must prove severe disablement.1 Payment under the scheme does not preclude a claim for personal injury through the courts. Those taking action under the Consumer Protection Act must show that the vaccine was not as safe as the public were entitled to expect.

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Peter Todd, a consultant solicitor with Scott-Moncrieff & Associates, one of two lawyers handling claims, told The BMJ that the complications included stroke, heart failure, and leg amputations. He said the technology involved in the AstraZeneca vaccine was “risky.”

In an interview with the German state media outlet ZDF, contradicting past statements, German Health Minister admitted that the COVID jabs can cause ‘permanent disabilities’.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. The vaccine makers have blanket immunity from prosecution, so they can’t be legally touched – those costs are met by the government of whichever country any legal suit might take place – so that your government will meet the costs of your action and the vaccine makers won’t be affected at all – by the same token, after “volunteering” for synthetic mRNA vaccinations, the vaccines change the DNA and the Human Genome, making each vaccinated person trans human (no longer human) and all human rights are lost by US Supreme Court Law 2013 ruling, with World Wide applications, so any human legal action would have to be based on the vaccinated being human, which they no longer are, so expect any legal action to be thrown out before it eventuates, as has happened in the past, especially because they volunteered to “possibly” have what happened to them, happen – nobody “theoretically”, forced them to volunteer, or to become “No Longer Human”, that was their choice.

  2. The pharmaceutical companies can be sued if it is proven that in the disseminating these ‘vaccines’ that they intended to harm people. They are NOT exempt in this case. What has been proven through the release of papers by the CDC itself, is that these companies knew how dangerous these toxic injections were and went ahead and released them to the public anyway. The pharmaceutical companies that manufactured these vaccines are done!

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