French Lawyer Takes on Pfizer BioNTech in Marseille

ER Editor: This story below appeared on Sept 1 and just came to our attention. French lawyer Eric Lanzarone, representing around 300 vaccine-injured clients, has been working these cases since the middle of 2022. He’s representing particular clients over their vaccine injuries, seeking compensation, where the link between the vaccine and the particular injury has to be established each time; he’s also interested in the question of why French taxpayers would be responsible for providing this compensation and not Pfizer. See this from January 2023 (browsers will translate) —

Covid-19: The possible side effects of the Pfizer vaccine before the courts in Marseille

One of his cases went before the Marseille court this past Monday, where an expert to establish the vaccine-injury link has to be appointed.


Under the search term Pfizer Marseille Lanzarone, we found this interesting tweet, which seems reasonable. Why is France always to slow to get around to any sort of official enquiry?

Translation: Other countries are starting official enquiries, why not France? A court case is starting in Germany and another is currently taking place in Marseille against Pfizer. Lawyer Eric Lanzarone is representing 300 victimes. The evidence is surely going to come out. 


Covid-19: Possible side effects of the Pfizer vaccine before the courts in Marseille

TRIAL Lawyer Eric Lanzarone defends nearly 300 clients who contracted illnesses shortly after their Covid-19 vaccination. He seeks to have them recognized as side effects. A first hearing takes place this Monday in Marseille


The purpose of the hearing is to obtain the appointment of a medical expert who will assess the causal link between vaccination and the appearance of the applicant's pathology.
The hearing aims to obtain the appointment of a medical expert who will assess the causal link between vaccination and the appearance of the applicant’s pathology. — Rogelio V. Solis
  • This Monday, Pfizer and BioNTech are summoned for the first time in a hearing in the civil court of Marseille for possible side effects of its anti-Covid vaccine.
  • The applicant hopes to obtain the appointment of a medical expert who will assess the causal link between vaccination and the onset of her pathology.
  • Lawyer Eric Lanzarone defends her and has 300 similar files.

The hearing scheduled for Monday in Marseille heralds a legal marathon for lawyer Eric Lanzarone and his client, a 55-year-old woman who prefers to remain anonymous.

The Marseille lawyer will plead in civil court to try to have the rheumatoid arthritis developed by his client recognized, “a few days after her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine“, explains Eric Lanzarone. “Today, she can no longer walk more than 300 to 400 meters and has since been on sick leave. It’s a completely disabling side effect,” he says.

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In the contradictory hearing this Monday before the civil court, the challenge for the lawyer is to obtain from the courts the appointment of a medical expert to establish the cause and effect link between his vaccinations and the development of this inflammatory joint disease. “His life has become hell. We are trying to have the causal link with his vaccination recognized, ”continues the lawyer.

Facing him, Capucine Van Robays will represent the eight lawyers from Pfizer France, a branch of the American pharmaceutical company which manufactures and markets the most injected Covid-19 vaccine in France. He also subpoenaed the German company BioNTech, the laboratory which developed the vaccine. A first in France when the lawyer had already obtained last October in Paris the appointment of a medical expert in an identical case. “In Marseille, I also assigned BioNTech, because, during the hearing in Paris, Pfizer had assigned itself to this laboratory,” he explains.

300 similar cases to plead

If this hearing is a first in Marseille, and the second in France, it will be far from being the last. Eric Lanzarone indicates that he has 300 similar files. “I often find identical pathologies: vision problems, endometriosis, a lot of myocarditis.” The lawyer, who assures “not to be anti-vax”, found himself so solicited on these subjects after having attacked the clause of the contract concluded between Pfizer and the European Commission, which placed the order, and which provides that in the event of adverse effects, compensation is borne by the States. “This amounts to privatizing profits and socializing risks. I consider that it is not up to French taxpayers to pay for the undesirable effects,” he accuses.



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