Class Action for covid jab and related injuries in Australia

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Instructing Solicitors NR Barbi Solicitor Pty Ltd

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About this Class Action

NR Barbi Solicitor Pty Ltd has filed a class action against (at least) the Australian Government, the Department of Health and Aged Care Secretary Dr Brendan Murphy and the Deputy Secretary of Health Products Regulation Group Adjunct Professor John Skerrit (“the Respondents”) in the Federal Court of Australia on behalf of the Lead Applicant (“the Applicant”) and other Covid-19 vaccination injured parties (“Group Members”) to recover compensation for injuries obtained as a result of taking one or more Covid-19 vaccines.

The Applicant alleges that the Respondents’ actions to advance the acceptance and use of the various approved Covid-19 vaccines constitutes negligence and/or misfeasance. They further allege that such negligence/misfeasance caused class members to suffer loss or damage, including but not limited to:-

  1. personal injury;
  2. health care expenses;
  3. additional out-of-pocket expenses;
  4. economic loss;
  5. the need for gratuitous care and, additionally or alternatively, commercial care; and/or
  6. non-economic loss.

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Relevant Rules

The procedural rules for class actions in the FCA are set out in:

  1. Division 9.3 of the Federal Court Rules 2011 (Cth);
  2. Part IVA of the Federal Court of Australia Act 1976 (Cth); and
  3. The Federal Court of Australia Class Actions Practice Note GPN-CA.

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Am I eligible to join this Class Action?

Class actions typically function on an ‘opt-out’ basis, meaning that all class members will be bound by the case’s outcome unless they opt-out by a date set by the Court.

You are likely to form part of the ascertainable class if you:-

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