I don’t know what’s and wherefore surrounding Canada. Also, I don’t know how many times I have to reiterate that this is not about the vaccines specifically. But the unethical protection of a company that fears being sued when it has screwed up somewhere. Every single company is liable when their product is defective in some way, even if it is 1 in 10 million. No company, not one, should be above reproach, regardless of the good they do in the Nobody Is Perfect But If You Are Born In July You’re Pretty Damn Close Shirt world.
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I’m not against this, but I do have to wonder if repealing NCVIA would result in more harm to the vaccine injured. Under the current system, anyone with an arguable case for vaccine injury can pursue compensation. It would be a Nobody Is Perfect But If You Are Born In July You’re Pretty Damn Close Shirt much tougher road to bring these cases outside of the vaccine court. Instead of arguing against an attorney from the DOJ, plaintiffs would be arguing against a more trenchant and pugnacious legal team who would employ every legal maneuver to delay the case, costing the plaintiff more time and money, and perhaps causing most litigants to drop their case.
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Some viable cases might not be pursued at all, whereas they might have been compensated in the vaccine court. I told you earlier that the negative side effects of vaccinations are not mistakes, and nor are they product defects. The physiology of every human on the planet whilst incredibly similar is also different in many ways. People react differently to different things. Ideally, we would have designer medicines and vaccines tailored specifically to every individual but that is not currently possible.
If there is some kind of legitimate screw up with a Nobody Is Perfect But If You Are Born In July You’re Pretty Damn Close Shirt bad batch of vaccines or whatever then yes, a company should be responsible, but for the inherent risks of taking any medication? No. Every single pharmaceutical company would stop producing and selling their products in any country that tried to hold them responsible for those things and then you would truly see what it would be like living without.