Pradaxa Recall Lawyers

Have you experienced internal bleeding from taking Pradaxa? Has a loved one suffered a stroke or heart attack while taking Pradaxa? You may be able to bring a defective drug lawsuit against Boehringer Ingelheim, the German company that manufactures the drug.

At the Pittsburgh law office of Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., we represent clients in Western Pennsylvania and across the nation who have been injured by dangerous drugs. For more than 20 years, we have provided experienced, affordable and compassionate advice. Learn more by speaking with us in a free consultation. Call 866-273-1941 or send us an email.

Why Is Pradaxa Still on the Market?

Has there been a Pradaxa recall? Our attorneys stay up-to-date on drug recalls and other actions by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Pradaxa is an anticoagulant medication that has been under watch by the FDA for a few years. Yet, the FDA has not issued a full recall of the drug despite the fact that thousands of patients have reported irregular bleeding caused by it. Because of this fact, Pradaxa is still prescribed daily to patients across the country.

Can I Bring a Pradaxa Side Effects Lawsuit?

If you have suffered a life-threatening Pradaxa side effect, you may have the legal right to compensation from Pradaxa's manufacturer, Boehringer Ingelheim. There are numerous Pradaxa side effect lawsuits currently making their way through the U.S. court system, including five cases that are meant to test the outcome for future cases (called "bellwether trials").

The best way to determine if you can bring a lawsuit for your Pradaxa injuries is to talk to an experienced product defect attorney about your case in a free consultation. The lawyers at Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., have handled numerous prescription drug lawsuits and will sit down with you to discuss your options. They have kept up-to-date on Pradaxa lawsuits across the country and can help you understand your chances of success.

Contact us online or call us at 866-273-1941 to schedule an appointment.