Pradaxa Internal Bleeding

Pradaxa Internal Bleeding

Pradaxa is a popular blood thinner that experts now say puts patients at risk of life-threatening bleeding. Prescribed by doctors to prevent stroke in patients who suffer from a heart arrhythmia known as atrial fibrillation (AFib), Pradaxa is the subject of FDA warnings and multidistrict litigation.

The FDA says Pradaxa may put patients at a higher risk for serious internal bleeding than other anticoagulants, and unlike warfarin, the drug that was used for decades for stroke reduction in AFib patients, medical researchers have not found an antidote to stop Pradaxa bleeding.

Persons and the family members of persons who have suffered from severe internal bleeding while taking Pradaxa may be eligible to recover compensation through a Pradaxa bleeding lawsuit. A settlement was reached in the first round of Pradaxa lawsuits, in which the drug maker Boehringer Ingleheim agreed to pay $650 million to settle over 2,300 cases, yielding an average settlement of over $275,000 per plaintiff. We are now accepting new claims for possible Pradaxa lawsuits.

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Pradaxa Internal Bleeding

Pradaxa Internal Bleeding

Pradaxa has been found to pose a risk for severe internal bleeding. Because there is no known antidote to stop Pradaxa bleeding once it starts, experts say Pradaxa's dangers may outweigh its benefits. Read more about Pradaxa internal bleeding.

FDA Pradaxa Internal Bleeding Warning

FDA Pradaxa Bleeding Warning

The FDA Pradaxa bleeding warning, issued in 2011, stated that bleeding deaths from Pradaxa are more common than expected. Read full information about the FDA Pradaxa bleeding warning and drug label change.

Pradaxa Internal Bleeding Lawsuits

Pradaxa Internal Bleeding Lawsuits

Persons and the family members of persons who have suffered from Pradaxa internal internal bleeding may qualify to file a Pradaxa lawsuit against Boehringer Ingleheim to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering resulting from Pradaxa internal bleeding. Read about how to file a Pradaxa lawsuit.

Pradaxa Lawsuit FAQ

Pradaxa Lawsuit FAQs

This page contains answers to questions commonly asked regarding a Pradaxa bleeding lawsuit, such as, Who can file a Pradaxa lawsuit for internal bleeding? and What how much does it cost to file a Pradaxa side effects lawsuit?


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