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  • Paris, TX 75460
  • 903-785-4721

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    Consulting on Effects of Psychiatric Drugs

    After more than 20 years of suing drug companies and doctors over psychiatric drugs, including reviewing the actual drug study documents and reports, Mr. Mosher has become an expert not only in litigating psychiatric drug cases, but an expert in the underlying drugs. He has an extensive background in pharmacokinetics, the adverse reactions of various drugs as well as the proper administration of each psychotropic drug including anxiolytics (eg. Xanax, Ativan, Klonopin), hypnotics (Halcion, Dalmane, Restoril), stimulants (eg. Ritalin, dexedrine, Adderall), anticonvulsants (eg. Tegretol, Depakote, Neurontin), antidepressants (eg. all the SSRIs, Effexor and the tricyclic antidepressants), and neuroleptics, (eg. Zyprexa, Risperdal, Seroquil, Abilify).

    Many of these drugs, especially when combined with other psychiatric drugs, can alter character and behavior in human beings. Their actions, their perception and their understanding can become so altered that they can commit crimes without knowing what they are doing or without having any control over what they are doing. In criminal law this can provide the defense of involuntary intoxication, which is usually a complete defense to a criminal charge. However it takes experts and a lawyer who understands the drugs to make such a defense effective. In a criminal case, Mr. Mosher can act either as lead counsel or as co-counsel with a local lawyer if the case is not in Texas.

    Mr. Mosher no longer brings civil cases against doctors for malpractice, however, he is available to consult with your lawyer and your experts on these drugs and on how to handle opposing experts. In a medical malpractice case, where the issue is the negligent prescription of psychiatric drugs that has caused injury, Mr. Mosher can provide deposition and trial questions that will result in the doctor agreeing with the Plaintiff’s statement of the standard of care and admitting that he has breached that standard of care. He can also take that deposition if the lead lawyer would like. Mr. Mosher can also provide the drug related questions of the opposing experts that will confirm that they accept the Plaintiff’s statement of the standard of care as applies to the prescription of the drugs involved. Mr. Mosher does not accept this work on a contingency basis.