The Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) was created so that in the unlikely event you experience a serious injury from a covered countermeasure, you may be considered for
People Eligible for
Person who received and was injured by a COVID-19 vaccine.
Legal Representative of an injured person.
Administrator of the estate of a deceased injured person.
Survivor of a deceased injured person.
Criteria to Demonstrate that a Covered Injury Occurred
To be eligible for benefits under the program, they must demonstrate that a covered injury occurred.
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The unreimbursed medical items or services used to treat a covered COVID-19 vaccine injury may qualify for reimbursement.
These items and services must be reasonable and necessary, and not fully paid or reimbursed by insurance or government programs such as Medicaid or Veterans Benefits.
Benefits to the Estate
If an individual injured as a result of a COVID-19 vaccine dies (regardless of cause of death) before CICP has paid all medical and/or lost employment income benefits due, the individual’s estate (through its representative) may be eligible to receive those benefits.
Lost Employment Income
If you were unable to work because of a covered COVID-19 vaccine injury, you may qualify for lost employment income.
You must have been unable to work for more than 5 days to receive benefits.
Survivor Death Benefits
If the person who was administered the COVID-19 vaccine dies as a result of his/her injuries, then certain survivors may be eligible for death benefits.