Greensboro Attorney Nancy Meyers Serves as Secretary of National Vaccine Association

Ward Black Law attorney Nancy R. Meyers recently accepted a position as secretary of the Vaccine Injured Petitioners (VIP) Bar Association, a national organization of attorneys who represent people injured by vaccines. Meyers is one of six individuals to hold a national leadership role for the association.

Nancy Meyers has been practicing law since 1996 and joined the firm in 2011 where she has focused her practice in the areas of serious personal injury and wrongful death. Meyers earned a degree in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a law degree from the University of Louisville School of Law. She is admitted to the US Court of Federal Claims to represent clients who have been injured by vaccines.

“I am delighted to serve in the role as secretary for the VIP Bar Association,” said Meyers. “It’s an honor to serve alongside amazing leaders who work tirelessly to represent individuals who suffer from vaccine injuries.”

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