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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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The attorneys at Sheller P.C. have been recognized again this year as SuperLawyers. For the twelfth consecutive year, founder Stephen A. Sheller has been selected by the organization and specifically honored as one of the Top
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Are you being misclassified as an “independent contractor” when you really should be considered an employee? Employers are increasingly misclassifying their employees as independent contractors.  This has the effect of denying hard working
The blood pressure drugs Benicar, Benicar HCT, Azor and Tribenzor are the subject of investigations by health care professionals and lawsuits filed by attorneys on behalf of injured patients.

Benicar lawsuits over serious gastrointestinal injury have been consolidated in New Jersey. Contact the attorneys at Sheller, PC at 800-883-2299, via email, or via the inquiry form on this page if you have been
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Pfizer Inc. ignored a 2005 FDA warning letter to stop promoting its antibiotic Zyvox@ as clinically superior to the significantly less expensive, generic vancomycin when its own FDA-approved label indicated otherwise. The drug
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Stephen Sheller appeared on The American Law Journal to discuss why, with historic False Claims Settlements in the billions, are CEOs not going to jail nor are corporations pleading to felony charges? Hosted
Sheller, P.C. attorneys are investigating injuries caused by Bayer and Janssen Pharmaceuticals’ blood thinner drug Xarelto® (Rivaroxaban)

The attorneys of Sheller, P.C. are investigating the serious risks of Xarelto and Pradaxa. The firm offers no cost, no obligation consultations to individuals who have experienced the serious side effect of excessive,
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J&J to pay $2.2B for Improper Promotion of Risperdal BY DAVID SELL WASHINGTON – Health-care giant Johnson & Johnson agreed Monday to plead guilty to a criminal misdemeanor charge and pay $2.2 billion
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A Philadelphia jury awarded $2.5 million to a twenty year old man whose family claimed he developed female-like breasts (gynecomastia) from taking the antipsychotic drug Risperdal for five years from ages eight to