I didn't read all of the replies, but all I can say is that I do not have much "faith" in a corporation who is given a "free pass" on accountability with their products.
The fact that the Vaccine Manufacturers cannot be sued in court for a faulty product does NOT increase my "trust" in the product. If I put my child in a faulty crib, I could sue the manufacturer for the child's death or permanent bodily harm. If a vaccine harms my child, I have to try to "prove" the harm in a system that relies on the CDC and HHS to say yes or no to the harm (which is very hard to do since the CDC and HHS PASS the vaccine to begin with!) and more times than not I would not win the case.
No, if a corporation is allowed to NOT be held accountable for their faulty products, that decreases my trust in that product immensely. In this case, since I already do not trust Big Pharma, the FDA and the CDC, it doesn't say much for me ever chancing having my children vaxed.
That's not quite how it works. Firstly, you can sue the manufacturer for faulty product, but in order to file for compensation for a vaccine injury, you must first go through the National Vaccine Compensation Program. If your claim is denied then you are free to file a lawsuit. Secondly, the program actually does make it cheaper and easier for families to receive compensation, versus suing in court. All tabled injuries are guaranteed compensation, including attorney's fees. If your claim is for an injury that is not tabled, you don't have to prove causation, but prove that causation is plausible. And even if your claim is denied, attorney's fees are generally reimbursed through the Fund.