Client received a seasonal flu vaccine at her local pharmacy. Within 48 hours of her vaccination, Client began to feel increasing pain in her shoulder and decreasing range of motion. Client was diagnosed with adhesive capsulitis, a typical SIRVA (Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration) diagnosis.
Client relies on a wheelchair for mobility and is an avid concert goer. She found her view to the stage from the designated accessible seating positions at the local performance center was obstructed by standing spectators in front of her.
Client's husband was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome shortly after receiving a flu vaccine. Client's husband was hospitalized within 24 hours of the vaccine and died approximately 17 days after his vaccination.
Client relies on a wheelchair for mobility and was unable to accompany her family to ball games at the local parks due to the lack of accessible parking and the lack of accessible routes and accessible seating.
The client relied on a motorized wheelchair for mobility as a result of quadriplegia. She relied on local paratransit services operated by a local government authority. When a paratransit driver failed to properly secure the client and her wheelchair within the paratransit van, the client was thrown from her chair and sustained personal injuries.
Client with physical disabilities was moved from a job he could perform and required to perform a job that caused him pain. When client complained, he was given an ultimatum to either do the job he was given or leave.
Client's daughter received the DTaP vaccine and stopped breathing. Client's daughter was determined to have suffered cardiorespiratory failure as a result of a reaction to the DTaP vaccine. Client's daughter was diagnosed with anoxic brain damage with developmental delays.
Client with a compromised immune system consumed raw oysters and became infected with vibrio vulnificus ("flesh eating bacteria") that required hospitalization.
Client is deaf and was denied an interpreter for the deaf at a local hospital.
Name - Edward I. Zwilling
Phone - (205) 822-2701
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org