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Attorney Jamie Sheller writes on her Legal Examiner blog page that hundreds of women have filed lawsuits against the makers of the Essure birth control device claiming abdominal damage including uterus and fallopian
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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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Long term data about the Essure contraceptive device suggest that it may pose risks of serious complications. Essure is a birth control device that consists of two metal coils placed inside the fallopian tubes to
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Sheller, P.C. attorneys are investigating the newer class of diabetes drugs following FDA warnings. ABOUT THE DRUGS Invokana (Invokamet) is a relatively new SGLT2 inhibitor diabetes drug that is intended to be used
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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

Bloomberg News reports that Takeda Pharamaceuticals Company, manufacturer of the Type 2 diabetes oral medicine ACTOS®, has recently agreed to pay $2.2 billion dollars to resolve claims of hiding the serious side effects of

The Wall Street Journal 2013-07-26 The Wall Street Journal today published a front page story on the Department of Justice investigation into fraud in physician-owned distributorships of medical devices. Some instances of this