The UK % vaccine disabled law
Treatment of vaccine victims  Psychopathy  Law  Disabled

"Some were deemed to be under 80% disabled as required by the Act, this was always considered by the patients unjust, if the child was 79% it did not qualify but it if was 80% it did."---Wm. H Wain BEM

[This is pure 100% Psychopathy.]

[2012 Aug] Panel rules MMR jab made girl deaf - but not enough for payout  A woman has won her fight to prove she was left deaf by the MMR jab – only the second time it has been linked to disability. But a medical assessment panel ruled Katie Stephen, 21, will not receive compensation because she is not considered disabled enough.

[2012 May] Autism Caused by MMR Vaccine – Italian Government Tries To Avoid Paying Up – Just Like the UK  This is just like the disgraceful state of the English authorities – with the wholly corrupt UK Vaccine Damage Payments Unit.  Hardly anyone knows it exists and their job is to deny compensation as far as they possibly can, making up as many spurious reasons as possible to wear down already worn down parents until they go away. 
The cost of trying to get money out of these corrupt people in terms of time and money could well offset what is paid out.  Since 1998 to 2008 they have paid out on 34 claims – and not much money either – an £80,000 lump sum for a child requiring 24/7 care: FOI Response From DWP – [history of request HERE].
    The total paid out on just 34 claims is an average of: £96,544.12.  The grand total paid since 1998 is £3,282,500 [about US$ 5 million] for all the cases.  The success rate for claims is an abysmal 45 out of 46 cases get nothing.  So just 2 in 100 applicants get anything.  It is hardly surprising few bother or just give up.  Cases are assessed by the Department For Work and Pensions on the same basis as an industrial injury suffered by an adult worker.  Children used to have had to be 80% disabled and now it is 60%.  This means children are vaccine injured but in addition to making up loads of reasons why the DWP should not pay up the ultimate insult is that the child is not sufficiently disable.  There is no legal funding normally either to assist with cases.

[pdf  2011 Dec] Baby Made Deaf by MMR is Refused Compensation for NOT Being Disabled ENOUGH! by Christina England  It has now been proven that the ‘Vaccine Damage Payments Unit’ (VDPU) not only cherry pick who they award compensation to, depending on the level of disability but also change their rules to suit their needs, as they go along.   Katie Stephen has been left permanently and profoundly deaf in her left ear as a result of receiving the now banned MMR vaccine, Pluserix. Despite her injury however, Katie has been refused compensation for her disability because the VDPU deems her to be less than 60% disabled.

Katie Stephen has been left permanently and profoundly deaf in her left ear as a result of receiving the now banned MMR vaccine Pluserix.  Despite her injury however, Katie has been refused compensation for her disability because the VDPU deems her to be less than 60% disabled.

"Some were deemed to be under 80% disabled as required by the Act, this was always considered by the patients unjust, if the child was 79% it did not qualify but it if was 80% it did."---Wm. H Wain BEM

"I have been in contact with my MP Andy Burnham in regard to the rules, such as the one which does not allow the parents of children under the age of two to claim. I hope he can raise this in Parliament." [2011 April] New MMR case hope. Mum hails US autism link research claim

"I know parents who have been turned down because they say the child is 79.5 per cent disabled (not 80%)."--Ann Coote

JABS has received reports from the parents of these 30 children. Four of these children have been assessed by the Government's Vaccine Damage Payment Unit and tribunals have awarded payments. Some of these children died from vaccine induced SSPE after being given a number of measles containing vaccines. Twelve of the children died under the age of two years and were therefore ineligible for assessment by the VDPU. There is an absurd clause which does not allow claims to be investigated until the child passes its second birthday. Just remind me Dr Flegg, when are most baby vaccines given?
    The same families could not pursue investigation through the courts because parents cannot access legal aid if the child has died. The Legal Aid Board has its own strict criteria in that there is a cost/benefit rule. As the child has died and obviously does not have any dependents and does not need a long-term care package the value of the child's life if a claim was successful would be rated at about £7,000, it would cost more than this to take the case to court therefore the family would not be allowed to pursue a claim. What price justice?  --Jakie Fletcher  [Letters BMJ Becoming Ben Oct 2008]