Have you, or a loved one, suffered an injury or death due to an anticoagulant regimen? Several common blood thinners, aka an anti-coagulants, that are linked to health risks like heart attack, internal bleeding, hemorrhaging, stroke and death is Xarelto. The manufacturers Bayer (think Roundup weedkiller cancer)and Janssen Pharmaceuticals (think Elmiron induced vision loss) have both been named in Xarelto litigation claims. In addition to Xarelto lawsuits, Pradaxa injury claims and Eliquis cases have been filed against the makers of the blood thinner Coumadin (Warfarin), If you, or someone you love, has been injured or killed due to Xarelto, Coumadin or other blood thinner call our medication injury attorneys. They offer free case reviews to those who may have anticoagulant error malpractice lawsuits.
Our Xarelto injury lawyers handle these claims, which are mass tort claims, free of charge unless they recover for you. They have the skills and resources to hold big drug companies accountable for the wreckage their medications have caused.
Blood thinner is a lay persons term for an anticoagulant. These are a class of prescription meds that serves 2 purposes:
Blood clots in your cardiovascular system can result in lead to blockages, heart attacks and strokes.
There are 2 types of anticoagulants:
A regimen of anticoagulants may be indicated for anyone with:
If you, or a loved one, has sustained illness, injury or death due to an anticoagulant regimen contact our Xarelto injury lawyers for a complimentary case analysis. They do not charge you a penny if they do not recover benefits and compensation for you.
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