Pradaxa Lawsuits

Pradaxa lawsuits are a direct result of undisclosed risks associated with the prescription medication. Victims of the defective drug have fallen prey to heinous abuse and/or oversight within the pharmaceutical community, as Pradaxa has been shown to lead to internal bleeding and/or hemorrhaging. The early signs of internal bleeding caused by Pradaxa include unusual/easy/severe bruising, coughing up blood, vomiting that contains blood or looks like coffee grounds, swelling and weakness in the arms, legs, hands, and feet, headaches, dizziness, pink or brown urine, red or black tar-like stool, lethargy, joint pain, swelling of the joints, bleeding from the gums or frequent nosebleeds. Worst of all, if the internal bleeding caused by Pradaxa is not caught in time, it could lead to death.

David Grebel focuses on personal injury, wrongful death, and defective drug cases in St. Louis, Missouri and nationwide. Pradaxa lawsuits are coming out now, because the initial risks of the drug were not properly disclosed. As a Pradaxa Lawsuit Attorney in St Louis, David seeks compensation for victims of these terrible side effects—the patients themselves and their family members.

Medical lawsuits and personal injury trials can be trying—emotionally and financially. David Grebel Law works on a contingency basis, so the cost is not something you need to concern yourself with when working with us on a Pradaxa lawsuit. At the same time, we will shield you from the negativity of a Pradaxa lawsuit and we will help you carry through.

By helping you move forward with your Pradaxa lawsuit, David Grebel and his legal team work towards safe guarding your future and recovering the compensation you deserve. At the same time, our goal is to discourage the pharmaceutical companies from making these same sorts of decisions in the future. This helps to safeguard our neighbors, our community, and our children.

For those who have suffered serious medical consequences or have suffered from their loved one’s use of Pradaxa, click here to contact us today for a free consultation regarding a potential Pradaxa lawsuit.

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