Dozens of patients and their families have filed lawsuits against AstraZeneca, their lawyers having recently sent the company pre-action protocol letters. Around 75 claimants – so far – have either personally suffered catastrophic blood clot injuries, or they lost relatives to the deadly drug injection.
In 2021, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) confirmed that Vaxzevria does, in fact, trigger the deadly health condition, known formally as thrombotic thrombocytopenia. And those who got the shots and suffered this outcome are seeking restitution.
(Related: In early 2021, Italy was readying to sue AstraZeneca over deaths caused by its covid injections.)
The claimants are taking a dual-pronged approach to obtain compensation from AstraZeneca for their injuries. One prong includes taking legal action under the Consumer Protection Act of 1987, while the other involves claiming payment under the government-run Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (VDPS).
All of this is in Europe, by the way, where the AstraZeneca jab was initially licensed and used. AstraZeneca's covid shot was never licensed for use in the United States, which only offered the messenger RNA (mRNA) shots from Pfizer, BioNTech, and Moderna, as well as a viral vector-based vaccines from Janssen (Johnson & Johnson).
According to Great Game India, the AstraZeneca lawsuits seeking payment from VDPS are limited to £120,000 (about $150,000) per claim, and they must show proof that they suffered a severe disability.
Such claims do not preclude any separate claims filed for personal injuries through the court, which are completely separate. Plaintiffs in these legal cases are reportedly pursuing both avenues as recompense for their injuries.
"Those taking action under the Consumer Protection Act must show that the vaccine was not as safe as the public were entitled to expect," Great Game India reported.
According to Peter Todd, a consultant solicitor with Scott-Moncrieff & Associates and one of the two lawyers handling the claims, the technology that AstraZeneca used in its covid injection was "risky" from the start.
Todd told The British Medical Journal (The BMJ) that complications from this risky technology include things like stroke, heart failure, and even leg amputations due to injection-induced blood clots.
Contradicting statements he previously made, Germany's health minister also admitted in a recent interview with the German state media outlet ZDF that covid jabs can, in fact, cause "permanent disabilities" like the kinds plaintiffs are reporting in their cases.
While all of this is taking place in Europe where the AstraZeneca jab was licensed for use, it does not mean that the same protocol cannot also be used here in the United States to pursue justice against Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, and Janssen.
If you or someone you know was injured or killed by covid jabs from these four companies, perhaps it would be in your best interest to contact a lawyer to see if you, too, can pursue justice for harm caused by these companies' deadly covid drugs.
"The pharmaceutical companies can be sued if it is proven that in the disseminating these 'vaccines' that they intended to harm people," one commenter wrote about the matter.
"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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