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Risk-Free Xarelto® Case Consultation

Defective Drugs / September 24, 2015

Get the facts before you find a qualified Xarelto® lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm. During your Xarelto case consultation, you and a member of the Hollis Law Firm will determine if you have a viable case.

Xarelto® is an oral anticoagulant, or blood thinner, that was engineered by Bayer and Janssen Pharmaceuticals (a Johnson & Johnson brand from New Jersey). The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Xarelto for the public market after research, testing, and clinical trials proved it to be a suitable treatment for patients at risk of stroke or blood clots. Xarelto was originally heralded as a breakthrough in the anticoagulant market, as it caused patients less hassle than taking its predecessor, Warfarin.

Bloods clots can block the blood flow anywhere in the body which may cut off blood supply to vital organs. Anticoagulants were first developed in the 1950s to help patients suffering from blood clots. Blood thinners such as Xarelto and Warfarin are designed to stop blood clots from forming. In case of injury, Warfarin was designed to be administered in several doses and has an antidote designed to halt a major bleeding event. Unlike Warfarin, Xarelto does not have an antidote and is designed to be administered in one uniform dose.

You may want to seek a Xarelto case consultation if you or a loved one have experienced uncontrollable internal bleeding.

In recent studies, Xarelto has been linked to uncontrollable internal bleeding which can lead to injury and even wrongful death. Unlike other oral anticoagulants on the market, Xarelto does not have an antidote. Xarelto may lead to dangerous injuries, life-threatening bleeding, and expensive medical bills. The irreversible bleeding caused by Xarelto leads many to seek a Xarelto case consultation. Speak to a member of the Hollis Law Firm today about scheduling a Xarelto lawsuit consultation in order to find out if your case is viable for compensation. To contact a member of the Hollis Law Firm, call 1-800-701-3672 or fill out the form located on this page.