Xarelto May Cause Fatal, Uncontrollable Bleeding

Xarelto (rivaroxaban) is a prescription blood thinner developed by Janssen Pharmaceutical — a unit of Johnson & Johnson — and is used to treat patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (heart rhythm disorder). The medication works to reduce the risk of stroke, systemic embolism (blood clots), vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism by inhibiting a protein involved in the blood clotting process.

While Xarelto may help reduce these risks, the drug poses serious — potentially life-threatening — side effects. Many who have taken Xarelto have suffered uncontrollable bleeding, hematoma, brain hemorrhage, abnormal liver function and reduced platelet levels.

There Is No Way To Reverse Xarelto's Life-Threatening Side Effects

While other blood thinners present similar risks, antidotes are available. Xarelto has no antidote. If you take Xarelto and experience one of these life-threatening conditions, there is no medical way to reverse it.

If you or a loved one took Xarelto and experienced serious bleeding or another medical complication as a result, you may have a legal claim. At The Mahoney Law Firm, P.C. in Denver, we can help. Our lawyers represent individuals throughout Colorado, Wyoming and Oklahoma who have been injured by dangerous drugs, including Xarelto. We will pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.

Medical Knowledge + Legal Experience

Dennis Mahoney is a licensed medical doctor and an attorney. His medical background gives him the technical knowledge to understand medical conditions and the effects that drugs have on human health. This combination of medical knowledge and legal experience allows him to develop the strongest injury claims possible. The result? A better outcome for you.

Get Compensation For Your Injuries. Contact The Mahoney Law Firm, P.C. Today.

If you were injured by Xarelto, you may be entitled to monetary compensation, including lost wages, medical expenses and damages for your physical and emotional suffering. To learn more about your legal rights, call 303-800-3168, or contact our attorneys online. Consultations are free.