People in Dothan, Alabama who have experienced hospitalizations, blood clots, internal bleeding, strokes or gastrointestinal side effects after taking Xarelto feel free to contact the Dothan, Alabama Xarelto injury attorneys at the Gartlan Injury Law to determine your rights and to have your claim reviewed in a free and confidential environment.
Xarelto is one of the new anticoagulants FDA approved for treatment of DVT and PE as well as other indications. Lawsuits have been filed alleging that individuals that were hospitalized after suffering excessive bleeding while taking Xarelto. Xarelto does not have a reversal agent in the event a bleed begins. This is the biggest criticism of Xarelto, along with the fact that patients on these new blood thinners need to be warned of the serious and sometimes fatal injuries that can occur with a Xarelto bleed.
Dothan, Alabama Xarelto injury attorneys at the Gartlan Injury Law are currently review claims for potential cases of people who were severely injured while they were on Xarelto. The Dothan, Alabama Xarelto injury lawyers at the Gartlan Injury Law also welcome the opportunity to confidentially speak with the family members in the event the bleed became a fatal event to determine their rights.
Should I hire a Dothan, Alabama Xarelto Injury Lawyer?
If you or a loved one suffered a serious side effect after taking Xarelto, feel free to contact the Dothan, Alabama Xarelto injury attorneys at the Gartlan Injury Law now for a free and confidential case evaluation and review to determine your rights.
Aaron Gartlan is a graduate of Troy University and the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law who focuses his practice exclusively on representing those injured by the wrongdoing of others. He is member of the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Top 100 Trial Lawyers, Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In addition to his legal practice, Aaron teaches Business Law as an adjunct instructor at Troy University’s Sorrell College of Business and serves as a field artillery sergeant in the Alabama National Guard.