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AstraZeneca acknowledges rare clotting side effect in COVID vaccine, braces for legal battle and potential multi-million pound compensation claims

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Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca (AZN) is embroiled in a legal saga as it faces a class-action lawsuit over allegations that its COVID-19 vaccine caused rare blood clotting disorders, leading to severe injuries and even death. In a significant turn of events, the British company has acknowledged in court documents the possibility of its vaccine causing a rare side effect, and it seems like there is a multi-million-pound legal payout in the calling. This is after a claimant, Jamie Scott, allegedly suffered a permanent brain injury following a blood clot and subsequent brain bleed after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.

The focal point of this legal battle is a rare reaction known as thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS), wherein individuals experience blood clots alongside a low platelet count. This exceedingly rare but severe complication has prompted dozens of families to initiate legal action against AstraZeneca, alleging that the company’s vaccine is defective and responsible for the injuries and deaths of their loved ones.

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The potential compensation bill, estimated at over £250 million, underscores the gravity of the situation. With 51 families pursuing legal recourse, some victims could be entitled to payouts as high as £5 million. However, the final settlement amount remains uncertain, pending further quantification of the claims.

AstraZeneca‘s admission in court documents, marking the first acknowledgment of the vaccine’s association with TTS, is a pivotal development in the case. Despite contesting the claims, the company’s submission acknowledges the link between its vaccine and the rare clotting syndrome.

The legal battle against the Cambridge-based company raises questions about vaccine safety and accountability. While the company maintains that regulatory authorities have stringent safety standards in place, critics argue that the potential risks associated with the vaccine were not adequately communicated to the public. The indemnity deal between the British pharma and the government further complicates matters, and taxpayers could potentially bear the financial burden of any settlement.

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Amidst this legal turmoil, stories of individuals impacted by the vaccine’s side effects shed light on the human toll of the crisis. The legal battle raises questions about vaccine injury compensation schemes and the need for adequate support for those affected. Critics argue that existing schemes are inadequate, leaving many without sufficient recourse.

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