Risperdal lawsuit settlements have not yet been paid to those harmed by the drug. Currently, our law firm is investigating potential cases for patients and their families against the drug manufacturer for medical conditions caused by Risperdal. Recent medical studies have proven that there are significant health risks that were not disclosed by the pharmaceutical company to the consumers. These risks include risk of gynecomastia (male breast growth), movement disorders, diabetes, and heart problems. Settlements in Risperdal lawsuits are expected to be substantial. It is important you contact an attorney right away if you believe you may have a case, as there are strict time limits for filing defective drug cases.

Our Lawyers Can Help

Our dangerous drug attorneys can help if you or someone you care about was harmed by Risperdal. Lawsuits have been filed against the drug maker by both patients and their families seeking compensation for injuries caused by this dangerous drug. You may be entitled to a settlement.We do not charge any legal fees unless you receive a settlement and we pay all of the case costs. If your claim is not successful for any reason, you do not owe us anything. We put it all in writing for you.

Our No Fee Promise on Risperdal Cases

You can afford to have our great team of lawyers on your side. When you choose us, it literally costs nothing to get started. We promise you in writing:

  • No money to get started
  • We pay all case costs and expenses
  • No legal fees whatsoever unless you receive a settlement
  • Phone calls are always free.

Start Your Risperdal Claim

Our Risperdal lawyers will help you file your lawsuit. To get started, you can:

  1. Submit the Free Case Review Box on this page, or
  2. Call (866) 280-4722 any time of day to tell us about your case.

We will listen to your story and answer your questions. If you have claim, we will start immediately.

WARNING: There are strict time deadlines for filing Risperdal lawsuit claims.

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