Pradaxa Litigation Attorneys
Millions of Dollars Recovered for Our Clients
Dabigatran, known by the commercial product name Pradaxa, is an anticoagulant
drug used to prevent blood clots that cause strokes. The drug was created
by a pharmaceutical company named Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals
Inc. Pradaxa, and was officially approved by the United States Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) in 2010.
Unfortunately, Pradaxa has been known to cause severe bleeding and other
side effects, including:
- Cerebral hemorrhaging
- Gastrointestinal bleeding
- Coughing up blood
- Urine that is pink or brown
- Blood-like vomiting
- Recurring nosebleeds
Because there is no antidote to stop the bleeding caused by Pradaxa, the
side effects can be extremely dangerous and sometimes fatal. Warfarin,
another blood thinning medication, also causes bleeding, but in this case,
the bleeding can be stopped by administering Vitamin K. Pradaxa does not
have a reversal mechanism.
Protect Your Legal Rights & Future
If you or someone you love has been injured by Pradaxa or another prescription
medication, contact a skilled and experienced lawyer as soon as possible. The
national pharmaceutical drug attorneys at our office, the Nemeroff Law Firm, have more than 150 years of collective
experience. In that time, we have
successfully recovered millions of dollars for our clients in verdicts and settlements. Because of our successful
track record, we are members of the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates
Schedule your free case evaluation with the Nemeroff Law Firm today!
You could be entitled to compensation for your injuries and pain, or for
the loss of your loved one caused by Pradaxa-induced hemorrhaging. Discussing
your legal options with a
caring and knowledgeable attorney isn’t risky—we offer
free initial case evaluations so you can receive the information you need without feeling forced to
make any long-term commitment. Discuss your situation with our compassionate
Pradaxa litigation lawyers as soon as possible.
Call the Nemeroff Law Firm
today for more information on unsafe pharmaceutical drugs.