Dangers of FDA Approved Drug Xarelto
Side effects caused by the drug Xarelto (rivaroxaban) are the source of recent mass tort liability litigation. Those lawsuits indicate that the anticoagulant blood thinning drug used to prevent and treat a blood clotting associated with deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and secondary condition of pulmonary embolism in the lungs, is the source of internal bleeding risk in some patients. Part of a class of pharmaceuticals recently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Xarelto is designed to treat patients undergoing nonvalvular atrial fibrillation treatment. Now widely cited for its harmful effects, Xarelto is the target of plaintiffs claiming that harm stemming from the use of the drug is reason for suit.
Compensation for Negligence in a Xarelto Lawsuit
In a recently filed mass tort lawsuit, the court determined that bleeding risk from taking the drug Xarelto is a serious detriment. Plaintiffs diagnosed with harmful internal bleeding problems claiming hospitalization, medical bills, and related financial detriment resulting from Xarelto treatment can recover just compensation for negligence. Pharmaceutical litigation attorneys can get you the compensation you need to cover unexpected medical expenses and wages from lost time on the job. Seek compensatory damages for complications and injuries resulting from ingestion of Xarelto, other prescription medication or medical devices. If you or your family is suffering from uncontrollable bleeding other effects from taking the drug Xarelto, you may be eligible for filing a legal liability lawsuit against the manufacturer.
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