People vaccinated with the Gardasil vaccine for HPV who have experienced severe health issues (see the full list below) are filing lawsuits against Merck & Co, the manufacturer.
If you are considering filing a Gardasil lawsuit, call us at 800-796-1636 or submit your case details online and someone will contact you shortly. You pay nothing unless your lawsuit is successful and you receive compensation.
At Trustwell Law, our experienced attorneys take a personalized, compassionate approach. We cut through the legalese and partner with our clients. We have access to the expertise, resources, and manpower to fully investigate each case and fight for and with our clients to get the justice they deserve.
Here is a complete list of reported injuries allegedly associated with Gardasil:
Research has found that Gardasil increases the risk of many long-term side effects related to autoimmune disorders and diseases. Autoimmune diseases result when the body’s immune system, which usually guards against bacteria and viruses, mistakenly identifies part of the sufferer’s body, such as their joints or skin, as foreign, and attacks them just as it would an actual bacterial or viral invader.
If you or a loved one were vaccinated with Gardasil and have been diagnosed any of the disorders or diseases listed above, or if a loved one died after receiving the Gardasil vaccine, contact us to discuss filing a Gardasil lawsuit. You may be entitled to compensation for past and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and possible punitive damages.
The consultation is free, and if we take your case, you pay us nothing unless you receive compensation.
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