On remand from the U.S. Supreme Court, the Georgia Supreme Court has dismissed design-defect claims filed by the parents of a child who purportedly sustained neurological injury from a vaccine. Am. Home Prods. Corp. v. Ferrari, No. 07-1708 (Ga., decided May 16, 2011). As the court notes, the U.S. Supreme Court has determined that the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Compensation Act of 1986 “preempts all design-defect claims against vaccine manufacturers brought by plaintiffs who seek compensation for injury or death caused by vaccine side effects.” The state court had previously allowed the claim, rejecting a “far-reaching interpretation” that “the statute granted complete tort immunity from design defect liability to an entire industry.”