A report on the Center's study of the vaccine injury program. The report examines why the program was created, its implementation, the filing and termination rates over its course, and participants' views of the program. The authors also discuss whether the program structure would be appropriate in other types of cases.
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Use of Expert Testimony, Specialized Decision Makers, and Case-Management Innovations in the National Vaccine Compensation Program
January 1, 1998
In Print: Available for Distribution