By Kat Sienk, Dec. 7, 2021
In 1986 the vaccine manufacturing companies went to the United States federal government to complain that they were being hit with too many lawsuits for vaccine injury and death and that these legal losses were costing them more than they were making on the products. They threatened to stop making vaccines unless they were given liability protection. President Ronald Reagan signed the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (NCVIA) into law on November 14, 1986 which removed financial liability from the vaccine makers in cases of injury or death as a result of their vaccine products and placed that burden on the government instead.
Read more from Kat’s Substack page here: https://katsienk.substack.com/p/evading-liability