Xarelto Class Action Lawsuits

Representing Xarelto Injured Parties From Across the United States

Xarelto is a blood thinner and anti-clotting medication. This medication is jointly owned by Bayer and Johnson & Johnson and marketed by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Xarelto is also known by its generic name, rivaroxaban.

In July 2011, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Xarelto for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis in hip and knee replacement surgery patients. In November 2011, the FDA approved it for the treatment of stroke in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation. Xarelto quickly became a very popular choice with doctors because of its once-daily dosage recommendation and decreased blood-monitoring requirements.

Over time, a number of troubling side effects began to emerge, including intestinal bleeding, brain hemorrhaging and uncontrollable bleeding from a wound. Many people required hospitalization, and some bled to death. Several lawsuits have been filed on behalf of Xarelto injured parties, and the cases have recently been consolidated to the Eastern District of Louisiana before United States District Judge Eldon Fallon.

If You Or a Loved One Is Suffering Xarelto Complications, We Are Here To Help

At Scott, Vicknair, Hair & Checki, LLC, we are currently reviewing cases for potential class action litigation involving severe injuries related to the use of Xarelto. Attorney Galen M. Hair filed one of the earliest Xarelto cases in the United States on behalf of the family of a hip replacement patient who died after taking the drug. The Eastern District of Louisiana is our local federal court. We are familiar with the procedures of this court, and we are fully prepared to provide the skillful representation you require.

Contact our office if you or a loved one has received medical treatment and/or suffered symptoms after taking Xarelto:

  • Unexplained headaches or lightheadedness
  • Excessive bleeding from a relatively minor injury
  • Severe nosebleeds
  • Blood in the urine or stools
  • Coughing up blood that resembles coffee grounds
  • Unexplained pain and swelling
  • Unusually severe bruising
  • Excessive fatigue
  • Difficulty swallowing

Learn More About Your Rights And Legal Options. Talk to a Lawyer

Schedule an appointment to discuss your case with an attorney at Scott, Vicknair, Hair & Checki, LLC to see if you may be eligible to receive compensation. We can thoroughly review your case and offer our best recommendation about how to proceed. You can reach our New Orleans drug injury attorney by phone at (504) 502-7316 or contact us online to get started.