The Pennsylvania Record reported today that Ross Feller Casey has filed its fifth testosterone lawsuit against the makers of so-called Low T drugs.
The online legal journal described Ross Feller Casey as being on "the forefront of testosterone replacement therapy injury claims in Philadelphia."
The story pointed out that, to date, the firm has filed suits alleging that testosterone drugs caused: an Alabama man to suffer a stroke; a New Jersey man to have a heart attack; a Scranton, Pennsylvania man to suffer severe heart damage; a Virginia man to suffer a fatal cardiac event; and a Texas man to suffer a pulmonary embolism.
All the cases involve Testim, a popular testosterone therapy made by Auxilium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
They are believed to be the first testosterone lawsuits filed in Philadelphia, and among only a very few brought to date nationwide.