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Top Vaccine Injury Attorney
in the entire United States
Serving Clients Nation-Wide
1815 Pebrican Ave
Cheyenne, Wyoming  82001
Phone:  (307) 433−8864,

Hiring A Local Attorney for a Vaccine Case
Can Be Very Risky
Here's Why

Most personal injury cases are handled in local and state courts, and operate under state laws developed to deal with those kinds of injuries.

However, vaccine claims are filed and prosecuted only in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC.

No attorneys anywhere are allowed to handle a vaccine case unless they are licensed by the US Federal Government. If they don't have that license, they cannot legally represent you.

Few attorneys are licensed to practice in the vaccine court, and even fewer have sufficient experience to properly represent you.

The vaccine injury law is very complex, and most lawyers lack the knowledge necessary for dealing with the law and the procedures defined in the the Vaccine-Injury statute.

Be Very Careful...

Vaccine-injury cases are totally different from normal personal-injury cases.

The laws are different.

The legal procedures are completely different.

Vaccine cases are not handled in local courts — anywhere in the United States.

And choosing to have a local attorney with normal experience handle your case could be a disastrous, very expensive mistake...

Because very few attorneys know how to handle and successfully prosecute vaccine-injury cases.

Most lawyers aren't trained properly for it, even if they are licensed.

They haven't done it.

Simple Mistakes ... Serious Money

Vaccine claims can sometimes result in settlements for as much as a million dollars or more for severe injuries or permanent disabilites.

And mistakes made by an attorney who lacks the neccesary experience can can result in lost claims that otherwise would have been awarded. Even simple mistakes because the lawyer didn't understand deadlines or missed some other detail.

We know. We've had to clean up some very messy difficulties other attorneys created because they didn't know what they were doing — including filing claims without a license to practice in the vaccine court.

Richard Gage is the Top Attorney
For Vaccine-Injury Law in the United States

No attorney has more experience with federal laws and court procedures related to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.

No attorney has been involved in the vaccine program longer.

No attorney has had more influence in improving how the law is administered by the courts.

Some firms may claim more "years" of vaccine-law experience, but there is a big difference between 4 attorneys claiming a "combined 55 years of experience" and one attorney who has been continuously involved in the Program since it was first implemented — more than a quarter-century of hands-on combat against the Federal Government...

Sometimes going all the way through US Courts of Appeals...

Then taking appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court.

You Have A Strong Ally On Your Side

Be assured you won't find a better friend and ally in your battle to get help for yourself or your injured loved one. Richard has been intensely dedicated to helping families affected by vaccine injuries for many years, and he'll be there for you too.

Protect Yourself … Act Now

If you think you or a loved one is the victim of a vaccine injury, give us a call right away at (307) 433−8864, or email us at

Don't Miss A Critical 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 Federal Claims.

They therefore cannot represent clients 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.