People affected by the drug Xarelto can turn to this Fort Lauderdale, Florida Xarelto Lawyer for assistance. Xarelto is a blood thinner/anticoagulant medication. It is typically used to prevent blood clots. Xarelto may also be prescribed for SPAF (stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation), PE (pulmonary embolism) and to prevent VTE (deep vein thrombosis).
Xarelto first received approval from the Food and Drug Administration in 2011. The scientific name for the drug is Rivaroxaban, but it is sold under the brand name Xarelto.
Xarelto is typically taken by mouth. It was originally created by the company Bayer. Janssen Pharmaceutica marketed the drug in the United States.
Nevertheless, usage of Xarelto can have all sorts of harmful side effects. Because Xarelto is a blood thinner, it can cause excessive bleeding in certain parts of the body. This can include gastrointestinal (“GI”) bleeds, brain bleeds/intracranial hemorrhage, and spinal epidural hematoma as well. Bleeding can spontaneously start in the nose, on the skin and in the gums also. These bleeds can unfortunately easily lead to death as there is currently no known way to stop the bleeding once it starts.
If you or a loved one has sustained injuries as a result of the drug Xarelto anywhere in the State of Florida (including Miami/Miami-Dade County and West Palm Beach/Palm Beach County), contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 a free, no obligation consultation. Mr. Quackenbush will discuss with you the merits of your case.
After your free consultation and once Mr. Quackenbush begins working on your case, he will work on contingency – meaning that there will be no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush will not charge you until a recovery has been made in the case.Advice for Clients of this Fort Lauderdale, Florida Xarelto Lawyer
Other disastrous consequences of Xarelto usage include renal impairment and rectal bleeding. These side effects can require emergency hospitalization. Hospitalization due to Xarelto usage can be lengthy.
This Broward County Xarelto Attorney handles cases involving all types of symptoms caused by the drug Xarelto.
Other symptoms you may begin to experience upon taking Xarelto are nausea, vomiting, speech difficulties, weakness, seizures, numbness, balance issues, headaches, fatigue, dizziness, bloody vomit, blood in urine, black stool, pale skin, bruises, blisters or unusually heavy menstrual periods.Strong Representation Provided by this South Florida Xarelto Attorney
Xarelto is also extremely dangerous because patients taking Xarelto are not typically monitored like patients taking other types of blood thinners. This is because doctors and patients have not been warned by the manufacturers and marketers of the drug that it can cause excessive bleeding. Because of this lack of notice, doctors do not think to monitor patients to make sure that they aren’t exhibiting or prone to exhibit excessive bleeding. Unfortunately, once the excessive bleeding begins, it is often too late to stop it.
If your loved one has tragically passed away as a result of the drug Xarelto, you may be able to pursue a wrongful death case on your loved one’s behalf. This South Florida Xarelto Lawyer can help with this.
If you pursue a wrongful death case on your loved one’s behalf, you or another relative/family member will typically be appointed as the personal representative of your loved one’s estate. The personal representative of the estate will act as the technical plaintiff and carry on the case on your loved one’s behalf.Call 954-448-7288 for a Free Consultation with this Broward County Xarelto Law Firm
After your free consultation with Mr. Quackenbush, he will work on contingency if you decide to hire him as your attorney. This means that there will be no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush won’t charge a dime until you’ve received compensation in your case.
Call 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation if you or a loved has been harmed by the drug Xarelto. This Broward County Xarelto Attorney will discuss all of the aspects of your case at no charge to you whatsoever.