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Stephen Sheller is regarded as the “Legal Forest Gump” by Liz  Spikol, Philadelphia Weekly, in the article  “Mind Control”, a story that reveals raw, unconcealed experience with antipsychotic drugs like Risperdal and poses a key question –
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The Legal Intelligencer, Dec 23, 2015: Janssen, Plaintiffs Sparring Over Risperdal Verdicts In the wake of several Risperdal trials going to verdict this year, parties on both sides of the litigation are contesting

Sheller P.C. has been featured on the cover of the Suburban Life December 2015 issue of the Main Line Chester County.  The story recounts decades of firm’s relentless dedication to “fighting the good fight
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Plaintiffs 3-for-4 in Philadelphia Risperdal trials, confident punitive damages will be reintroduced If the results of the first trials are any indication, Janssen Pharmaceuticals might find itself with a hefty price tag connected

A Philadelphia jury awarded $500,000 in compensatory damages to a young man who claimed he grew female-like breasts after taking the antipsychotic drug Risperdal. The jury deliberated six hours before finding the manufacturers

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — A Philadelphia jury has awarded $1.75 million to a young man who claimed his taking the antipsychotic drug Risperdal caused him to grow female-like breasts. After only two-and-a-half hours of deliberation following a
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A $1.75 million verdict in a Sheller firm antipsychotic drug Risperdal case was awarded today in Pennsylvania in the fourth case alleging Johnson & Johnson failed to warn of the risks of gynecomastia,
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Here’s an update on our earlier post about IVC heart filter injuries. Sheller, P.C. medical device attorneys continue to investigate injuries and deaths related to the IVC Blood Filters and are available to
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Reports suggest that the Bair Hugger Forced Air Warming system, which is used in operating rooms across the country, can increase patients’ risk of developing MRSA, sepsis, and other serious infections. Sheller, P.C.
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