Risperdal Injury and Lawsuits
Risperdal (also known as Risperidone) is an antipsychotic drug that is used for treating schizophrenia, bipolar mania, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorders) and autism. While it was not approved by the FDA for use among children, it has also been prescribed to children and adolescents with ADD (attention deficit disorder).
While the FDA has not yet recalled this drug, studies involving Risperdal suggest an increased risk of diabetes and stroke. It has recently is has been linked to the development of breasts in teenage boys. Our lawyers are investigating the circumstances of these risperdal injury cases.
If you or a loved one took Risperdal and suffered side effects, please go to the free case evalutaion to the right for a free lawsuit case evaluation by a qualified drug injury attorney.
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