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Get a Consultation From a Xarelto® Bleeding Lawyer

News / September 11, 2015

Have you or a loved one suffered serious side effects such as uncontrollable bleeding while taking the blood-thinning drug, Xarelto®? If so, you may be eligible for compensation. By contacting the Hollis Law Firm, you can obtain a free consultation from a Xarelto Bleeding Lawer.

blood thinner lawsuitsXareto was approved in 2011 as a new type of blood thinner, and was marketed by the manufacturer as a safer and more convenient alternative to other blood-thinners, such as Warfarin. Xarelto has several side effects. The most dangerous side effect of Xarelto is uncontrollable internal bleeding, which can be fatal. Warfarin also increases the risk of uncontrollable bleeding, but doctors can use an antidote of Vitamin K to stop the bleeding and help avoid serious injuries or death. With Xarelto, there is no antidote, and the bleeding can be uncontrollable. Xarelto was specifically designed to keep blood from clotting by blocking certain proteins in the blood that usually initiate the clotting process. Xarelto bleeding can include hemorrhaging, bleeding in the brain, bleeding from the rectum, intestinal bleeding and/or abdominal bleeding.

If you or a loved one have suffered uncontrollable internal bleeding or pulmonary embolisms while using Xarelto, it may be in your best interest to request a consultation from a Xarelto bleeding lawyer. A Xarelto bleeding lawyer will review your case on an individual basis to determine if your case is eligible for filing.

To contact a Xarelto bleeding lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm, please call 1-800-701-3672 or complete the contact form on this page. All inquiries are confidential, however, please bear in mind that an attorney-client relationship has only been established when a written retainer agreement between you and the firm has been signed. Call now for a potential Xarelto lawsuit review.