The Lassiter family presents Eric’s diptheria-pertusis-tetanus vaccination as the cause of his injuries, a diagnosis described as “static encepalopathy with autistic tendencies in addition to delayed development.” The judge rules that the Department of Health & Human Services’ “respondent’s evidence and proffered explanations are weak, unconvincing and insufficient” and that the Lassiter family “has presented a better case in support of. . . injury. The Court concludes that a preponderance of the evidence requires a finding for the petitioner."