Pradaxa is an anticoagulant which is used to help prevent strokes as well as serious blood clots in people that have atrial fibrillation. (A condition where the heart beats irregularly and increases the chance of blood clots forming in the body.)
Pradaxa was approved by the EMA (European Medicines Agency) on March 18, 2008 and by the FDA on October 19, 2010. It was marketed by German pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim as a safer more effective alternative to other anticoagulant drugs like Wayfarin.
However, there are reports that now show the drug may have significant health risks associated with it.
If you or a loved one suffered an injury or death after taking Pradaxa, it is important to learn about the current health warnings and your legal right to recover from a Minneapolis Pradaxa Attorney.
On December 7, 2011 The FDA announced that they were evaluating reports of serious and or fatal bleeding events in patients who were prescribed Pradaxa.
There have been several families who have suffered an injury or even lost a loved one after they took Pradaxa and they have already filed lawsuits. A Minneapolis Pradaxa attorney can explain the legal options and whether your case may qualify.
If you suspect Pradaxa may have caused your injury or the death of a loved one, contact us today to speak with a Minneapolis Pradaxa attorney. You may be entitled to substantial compensation for your loss. Unfortunately, time to file a claim is limited.
There are reports that have shown Pradaxa may cause serious or even fatal injuries right after patients began taking it.
In a March 6, 2012 report in the Journal of Neurosurgery, there was an entry which detailed the death of an 83 year old atrial fibrillation patient who suffered a low-level fall. Doctors were unable to stop the bleeding because there is no reversal agent for Pradaxa as there is for other anticoagulant drugs like Wayfarin or Coumadin.
A Minneapolis Pradaxa attorney can explain how the FDA is now trying to find out if the maker of the drug knew of these dangers, but negligently failed to warn patients.
Attorneys with the Pradaxa Litigation Group have helped families recover millions after a loved one suffered injury or death from a defective drug. These attorneys were among the first to help Pradaxa patients after recognizing the danger of the drug, and are available to discuss your case today.
Lawsuits for injury or death from defective drugs are often complex as well as valuable legal matters.
Before you choose an attorney, make sure they are qualified to handle this type of case and have experience fighting large drug companies.
The Pradaxa Resource Center works with only the top defective drug attorneys and law firms in the country to make sure your case is handled properly. Contact us today for more information on the FDA warnings, side effects and legal action related to Pradaxa. We are available 24 hours a day to answer questions and provide help.