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DOJ Hiring Lawyers Amid Surge in COVID Vaccine Injury Cases

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By    |   Wednesday, 06 December 2023 07:31 AM EST

The Department of Justice is hiring eight attorneys to represent the federal government against vaccine injury claims, according to a recent employment ad posted to the official USAJobs website, in what appears to be an effort to ramp up personnel amid an expected surge in cases involving the COVID-19 vaccines.

Since October 2023, there have been more than 8,000 claims filed by those who say they developed an illness after receiving the jab or had a loved one die shortly after getting it.

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The Department of Justice is hiring eight attorneys to represent the federal government against vaccine injury claims in what appears to be an effort to ramp up personnel amid an expected surge in cases involving the COVID-19 vaccines.
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2023-31-06
Wednesday, 06 December 2023 07:31 AM
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