If there is no injury or damage, there is no viable case.
Assuming your child is fine, there seems nothing to be done.
If uncertain, get your child checked out, get the medical records, and contact a lawyer.
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Any claim must have two elements, 1. some carelessness/negligence and 2. injury/damage. The law attempts to compensate damage. Fortunately it appears your child suffered no injury. No injury equalls no damages.
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It sounds like your child is ok, which is good. You might want to verify that the multiple vaccinations are not a problem. If not, there are no damages--an essential element to a malpractice case.
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It seems like this was an error which fortunately resulted in no damage to your child. Without an injury , there is no suit. Good news for you and your child!
If your child is okay, you lack damages, which is a required element of a lawsuit.
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