A small number of cases have recently been filed in Pennsylvania over injuries allegedly caused by a shingles vaccine, but attorneys handling the cases are expecting to file many more soon.

The cases are all against Merck over its drug Zostavax, a shingles vaccine the plaintiffs claim led to a variety of injuries from rashes and seizures, to severe outbreaks of chicken pox, or even liver failure that allegedly caused one plaintiff’s death.

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