Discuss Your Case with a Xarelto Injury Attorney
Xarelto is a prescription anticoagulant, or blood thinner. It is used primarily
as a treatment for reducing the risk of stroke and blood clots. Xarelto
has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat
patients who have pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, and atrial
fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem.
Have You or Someone You Been Harmed After Using Xarelto?
Contact Knowles Law Firm, PLC for a Free Case Review.
If you or a family member have been suffered harm after using Xarelto –
or if your loved one's death may have been caused by Xarelto –
our team of experienced personal injury attorneys is prepared to review
your case, explain your rights, and discuss how you may be eligible to
file a claim for compensation. Contact us today for more information about
filing a Xarelto lawsuit.
Xarelto & Uncontrollable Bleeding
While Xarelto has become a top-selling medication in recent years, there
have been a number of adverse reports associated with the drug, the most
concerning of which involve
severe and uncontrollable bleeding. In some cases, excessive bleeding associated with Xarelto has led to
hospitalization and death.
You may be entitled to compensation if you or a loved one experienced any
of the following after using Xarelto:
- Uncontrollable bleeding
- Internal bleeding
- Subdural bleeding
- Wrongful death
Many of the victims and families who suffered harm as a result of Xarelto
have filed lawsuits against the drug's manufacturer. Because pharmaceutical
companies have a legal obligation to ensure that their medications are
safe and that they adequately warn consumers about potential risks and
side effects, they can be held liable for victims suffer.
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At Knowles Law Firm, PLC, our legal team is committed to helping victims
and families who have been harmed by corporate negligence. If you have
questions about your legal rights and how you may be entitled to financial
compensation, contact us today for a free case evaluation.