Remedies for Damage Caused by Vaccines: A Comparative Study of Four European Legal Systems
By Leonora Rajneri , Jean-Sébastien Borghetti , Duncan Fairgrieve , Peter Rott ,
European Review of Private Law , 2018 Issue 1, pp. 57-95
Abstract: The most important public health consideration of vaccination. This study explores the approach to vaccine damage cases in four different European countries (France, Germany, Italy and the UK), examining the variety of different mechanisms for providing redress, Including specific compensation funds, social security systems, the operational of orthodox regime of tort law and product liability, as well as in certain jurisdictions. The authors then go on to investigate the case in question on a State and European level.