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Xarelto lawyer in Overland Park

Do you need a Xarelto lawyer in Overland Park?  Our Kansas licensed attorneys office in Kansas City and are investigating and accepting clients with Xarelto claims from Overland Park and all over Kansas and Missouri.

Call Kuhlman & Lucas for a Xarelto lawyer in Overland Park

Xarelto is an anticoagulant blood thinner approved for treatment and prevention of atrial fibrillation.  Pradaxa and Eliquis are similar drugs manufactured by different companies. Xarelto was designed and marketed to take the place of the classic blood thinner Coumadin, also known as Warfarin.  Unfortunately, people who take Xarelto, Pradaxa or Eliquis may be at an increased risk of internal or gastrointestinal bleeding, brain bleeds, stroke or even death.  If you or a loved one has suffered injury or death as a result of taking Xarelto, Pradaxa or Eliquis call Kuhlman & Lucas to speak with a Xarelto lawyer in Overland Park.

There is no current antidote to stop bleeding caused by Xarelto.  The prescribing information for Xarelto contains a paragraph relating to the fact there is not currently an antidote for bleeding events.  However, this prescribing information is not part of the patient warning label.  The patient warning label for Xarelto does not contain a warning regarding the current lack of an antidote.  Coumadin and Warfarin have an antidote, making them a safer choice when it comes to stopping serious internal bleeding.  If you are looking for a Xarelto lawyer in Overland Park to discuss a potential Xarelto claim, call Kuhlman & Lucas.

In the United States alone Xarelto boasts over five million prescriptions.  The FDA has received thousands of adverse event reports relating to Xarelto, including reports of pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, gastrointestinal hemorrhage and even death.  The Xarelto cases filed in federal court have been consolidated in front of Judge Fallon in the Eastern District of Louisiana.

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