Did your employer mandate that all employees have to receive the COVID vaccine? Did you refuse and get terminated, or did you get the shot and regret that decision?
If you complied with your employer’s requirement and have suffered harm, you could consider suing your employer in a personal injury lawsuit. The current vaccines are still in the trial phase and haven’t been approved by the FDA. Unapproved vaccines have never been mandated before, and based on reported (and unreported) adverse reactions, some people’s hesitation is understandable.
Unfortunately, tens of thousands have thus far experienced major adverse reactions to the vaccine, including seizures, paralysis, constant tremors, stroke, blood clots, neurological impairment, pulmonary damage, even death. If you’ve suffered physical damage after receiving a shot that your employer compelled you to take, here are four potential bases on which to file a lawsuit.
- You deserve compensation
Money is necessary to survive, yet many people are nervous about requesting it, even when they need it the most. If you’ve been injured because of an employer-mandated vaccine, you deserve monetary compensation.
Your injury will likely have a significant impact on your finances and your ability to work. Being injured makes it harder to function on a daily basis and can limit your ability to earn a living.
Obtaining financial compensation for your suffering will help to pay your medical bills and cover lost wages. You might even win additional compensation for pain and suffering.
- There is power in numbers
When enough injured people bring lawsuits against their employers for compelling them to take the vaccine, everyone stands a better chance of prevailing and changing the laws. At the very least, a substantial number of lawsuits could set a precedent for other courts to rule against employer vaccine mandates and dissuade other companies from adopting such mandates in the first place.
Technically, employers should not have the right to compel any form of medical treatment, especially with an unapproved vaccine. However, some courts are refusing to block employer mandates.
Since there have been previous city-wide vaccine mandates (Jacobson v. Massachusetts), there is a precedent for allowing employers to mandate the vaccine, but doing so in the case of an experimental vaccine is unprecedented.
Flooding the court system with lawsuits – individual or class action – could be an effective method of creating change. Though having a good attorney win your case is important, the true power to create nationwide change lies in numbers.
- Court cases can expose fraud that will change local mandates
Another reason to sue if you were injured by the COVID vaccine would be to expose potential fraud and end tyrannical mandates in your city or state. It may seem hard to believe, but it has been done.
For example, in Alberta, Canada, a man named Patrick King was able to end mandatory masks, testing for mild symptoms, contact tracing, and quarantine just by proving that nobody has isolated the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Mr. King was fined $1,200 for protesting on the day a health order went into effect.
To construct a plausible defense, he subpoenaed Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and asked for proof that the SARS-CoV-2 virus had been isolated. If isolated, the science would support public health acts that require masks, testing, quarantine, and contact tracing.
Instead of Mr. King being provided with the requested information, an officer was sent to his house to inform him that his court case had been canceled. Mr. King rescheduled his hearing and was immediately subpoenaed by the CMOH.
The attorney for the CMOH admitted the agency couldn’t provide evidence that the SARS-CoV-2 virus had been isolated.
- You’ll save others from potential injury
The more lawsuits that are filed against employers for mandating the COVID vaccine, the more lives could be saved. Many people don’t know there are reasons to be concerned about getting vaccinated.
If someone doesn’t watch alternative media, they probably aren’t aware of the high number of adverse reactions. Even if someone does check the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database, the database is now missing thousands of entries so the danger won’t seem that high.
But the number of adverse reactions is higher than what has been reported. The VAERS database has been manipulated and thousands of entries have completely disappeared.
Although the CDC explains the discrepancy as a technical “error,” many people have taken screenshots of full reports that are now gone from the database. When people learn that a multitude of lawsuits have been filed by injured employees who were forced to take the vaccine, they’ll have a better chance at making a fully informed decision.
If you’ve been injured, you deserve compensation
If you’ve been injured from taking a mandated COVID vaccine, don’t hesitate to file a personal injury lawsuit against your employer. You deserve to be compensated for all you’re going through.