Big Pharmaceutical companies are looking out for their shareholders, not always for your best interest.
Ross Feller Casey has a nationally recognized mass tort department that is actively pursuing a wide array of bad drugs lawsuits, including those involving:
An antipsychotic drug manufactured by Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals that has been linked to gynecomastia, the growth of female breasts in boys and young men.
A type 2 diabetes drug manufactured by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Johnson & Johnson, and Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharmaceuticals that has been linked to amputations, kidney failure, and ketoacidosis.
Ross Feller Casey has judge-appointed representatives on several Plaintiff Steering Committees, including the one involving Risperdal litigations. As a result, the firm will play an integral role in litigating these mass tort cases as they progress through the courts.
Ross Feller Casey has a staff of nationally recognized and Ivy League trained attorneys and medical professionals who can determine if a dangerous drug is to blame for your serious injuries.
Often, the makers of these products were aware or should have been aware of the hazards and severe health risks posed by their drugs. While pharmaceutical companies are recording record profits, many people are suffering and dying from their products. These people and their families are encountering significant expenses, both financially and emotionally, as a result.
The law firm of Ross Feller Casey is pursuing these medication lawsuits to obtain the compensation the seriously injured are entitled to and to prevent pharmaceutical manufacturers from hurting even more people.