Has a vaccine injury invaded your life?
Or is a loved one suffering?
Help is available — At no cost to you
If you act now
Don't delay — If you miss a deadline
You get nothing
- Financial compensation for vaccine injuries
is available to help you deal with the pain, disruption, and other
related difficulties such as loss of income and long-term care.
- You've always wanted the best medical care you can find —
especially with a serious vaccine injury … but what about
- Let us lighten your financial burden with the
very best legal help available anywhere.
- Assistance from the Nation's Top, Very Best, Vaccine-Injury
- Right Here. Right Now. At no cost to you.
Your very own…
Delaware Vaccine Lawyer
Vaccine injuries are relatively rare. But when they occur, they can vary
anywhere from minor side effects all the way to excruciating, extended
suffering — or even death.
When injuries occur, financial compensation is available through
the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
But to receive compensation, you must
prove your claim meets all of the program's many specific and complicated legal
It's a difficult, highly adversarial undertaking because:
The program is managed by the US Department of Health and Human
Services (HHS), as specified in the law.
Filing, proving, and defending your claim can be very complex,
and details must always be correct.
Lawyers from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) carefully examine
your claim, searching for any reason they can find to deny your claim
— whether their reason is legally valid or not.
If your claim is proven valid, you will receive compensation for
But if your claim is denied because:
Then you get nothing.
It doesn't meet the requirements of the law, or…
Your case was not prepared, filed, and handled correctly by you or your
It was filed after the filing deadline expired, or…
Your attorney was outwitted by the government's lawyers because he or
she lacked the necessary competence, experience, and skill…
Every case is different, and some cases are very difficult to prove —
even if the claim is valid.
That's why you need a highly competent
Delaware vaccine attorney
representing you, to make certain your case
is handled correctly, competently, and effectively.
You're In Good Hands
You've come to the right place for help because:
Attorney Richard Gage is nationally known as one of the most
experienced and very best vaccine injury lawyers in the entire
He's been licensed by the Federal Government continuously since 1990
to handle vaccine cases in all 50 states, every American Territory, and
for US Military and government-employee families wherever they are stationed,
He's handled many hundreds of successful vaccine-injury cases
throughout more than a quarter-century. And he has happy clients in every
state of the Union.
He's also had considerable influence on the Vaccine Program and how it
Many of the important policies and precedents that underlie
the NVICP are the result of his work covering more than a
quarter-century — ever since the Vaccine Program as it now
operates began in 1990.
He's fully prepared, capable, and qualified to help you with your
No attorney anywhere has more experience with the National
Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP) than he has.
He can certainly handle your case too.
Whether you live in
Wilmington, Dover, Newark, Middletown, Smyma,
between, or anywhere else in the state, you cannot find a better
vaccine injury attorney anywhere to represent you before the
United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC where all
vaccine cases are handled.
With Richard Gage as your
Delaware Vaccine Lawyer
you can't go wrong.
IMPORTANT: Hiring a Local Attorney Is Very Risky.
Laws governing vaccine injuries are nothing like personal-injury or
- All cases are handled exclusively in the United States
Court of Special Claims in Washington, DC.
- All attorneys representing vaccine claims must have a
special license from the federal government to practice there.
- Richard Gage has been licensed to practice in the vaccine court
for more than a quarter-century, and he has handled many hundreds
of successful cases.
- By federal law, vaccine-injury cases cannot be handled in state
or local courts.
Very few attorneys in the entire USA know how to handle vaccine cases
The problems you can have, and the serious risk of failure if you
choose an inexperienced attorney are explained on our page:
Local Attorney for a Vaccine Case Can Be Very Risky".
The Program Pays Our Fees — You Don't
will never be billed for our attorney fees when we handle your case,
whether you win or not. Our fees are paid by the federal program,
and are never deducted from your claim benefits when you win.
All of the money goes to your benefit, not to attorneys or anyone else.
Delaware Counties We Serve
Kent, New Castle, Sussex.
Give Us A Call, Or Email Us
If you think you or a loved one is the victim of a vaccine injury,
do not delay. You could lose your right to be compensated.
Let us take that load off of your mind and lift that burden from
Give us a call right away at
Or email us at
BEWARE: Don't Miss An Important Deadline
Do not delay.
The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has very strict filing deadlines
that must be met. If you miss a deadline, you also lose your
right to seek compensation for your injury.
An Important Note about Law Licenses:
All attorneys practicing in local or state courts must be admitted
to the bar in that state, then licensed by that state to practice
law and represent clients in those courts.
Attorneys practicing under a state license are not allowed to represent
vaccine-injury clients in the NVICP vaccine court unless they are also
licensed by the Federal Government to practice in the US Court of
They therefore cannot represent any client in any NVICP case unless they
have the required federal license.
Attorneys licensed by the Federal Government to practice in the vaccine
court are permitted to represent clients living in any state or US
territory, whether licensed by that state or territory, or not.
Richard Gage is, and has been licensed to represent clients in your state
ever since the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program went into
effect in 1990, and was involved in vaccine law even before that.