Have You or a Loved One Suffered from a Side Effect of Using Xarelto?

Individuals who have suffered serious injuries as a result of taking the drug Xarelto may be eligible to speak to knowledgeable attorneys about filing a lawsuit. If you have taken the blood thinner Xarelto and later suffered a critical bleeding event, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries. All pharmaceutical companies, including those who manufacture Xarelto, have a responsibility to ensure that their drugs are safe for use.

Failing to do so and putting patients at risk for injuries can be grounds for compensation for injured individuals. In the event that you or somebody you know has been injured by the drug Xarelto, you may need to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney.

Dangerous Drugs Marketed as Safe for Patients

Drugs like Xarelto are frequently marketed as a safe way to address existing medical concerns. When you discover that your medication is actually harming you, however, this can be a devastating realization. No patient should have to go through the painful process of filing a legal claim against a defective drug manufacturer, but unfortunately this is a reality of how the market operates today.

Companies may push medications on the market that they know are unsafe because they choose to focus on profits instead of safety. Other companies may not invest in the appropriate kind of testing to ensure that these drugs are safe for consumers. Once patients and doctors begin reporting problems, it can be months or years after the medication has been marketed and sold to the public.

Bleeding and Other Concerns

Although bleeding is a typical complication with various anticoagulants, it has recently been alleged that Xarelto is more dangerous than a traditional blood thinner as a result of the fact that there is no antidote to reduce the blood thinning impacts. In the event of an emergency you may be facing irreversible bleeding issues like life threatening gastro-intestinal and internal hemorrhaging. You may have legal recourse if you or a loved one has suffered these kinds of injuries.

Some of the allegations in current lawsuits against Bayer and Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals argue that the makers of the drug continued to market this as a safe option, that the manufacturers marketed the drugs as superior among other anticoagulants despite the fact that research studies indicated that higher rates of gastro-intestinal bleeding were common in Xarelto users, and that Xarelto users were not appropriately warned about the health risks of a fatal bleeding event.

Xarelto has currently been linked to major bleeding complications, intracranial hemorrhaging, eye bleeding, stomach bleeding, excessive blood loss, gastro-intestinal bleeding, lack of effectiveness and preventing clotting and wound infections from inhabited clotting.

I Have Symptoms, What Now?

If you have been injured as a result of taking this drug or if you have been hospitalized or suffered a stroke, you may meet the requirements to participate in the Xarelto or Pradaxa lawsuit. If you fall into this category, it may be a good opportunity to schedule a consultation with Jim Glaser. His legal ability to handle cases of this nature with compassion and effectiveness could be critical for your outcome. A Xarelto lawyer like Jim Glaser can counsel you further about your options and help you make an informed decision about moving forward with a lawsuit. Unfortunately, far too many individuals have suffered the negative impacts of being hurt in a Xarelto lawsuit already.

Contact an Attorney

Jim Glaser Law is one of the premier personal injury law firms in Boston, Massachusetts with offices in Sharon and Cambridge. Our law firm specializes in practice areas such as workers’ compensation, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents and wrongful death. To schedule a consultation with Jim Glaser Law, please give us a call at 888-743-2079 or complete our contact inquiry form. Our firm serves injured people across Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.