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What should I do if a loved one died after taking Xarelto as prescribed by an Iowa doctor?

After you have laid your loved one to rest, you may be left with a lot of questions about your legal rights and about how you will move on from this tragedy.

And You Should Get the Answers You Deserve

It is with this information that you can take the steps necessary to protect your family’s legal rights and financial needs. Accordingly, we encourage you to learn about:

  • Who is liable for your loved one’s death. The Iowa doctor who prescribed Xarelto may not be the one responsible for your loved one’s death. The doctor may not have had adequate warnings about the risks associated with Xarelto. Instead, it may be Johnson & Johnson or Bayer Healthcare—the companies that developed and distributed the drug—that are responsible for your loved one’s death.
  • What actions you can take to pursue a recovery. In order to protect your recovery, it is important to make sure that your loved one’s medical records are protected and that you speak with a lawyer about your legal options. You have a limited time to file a case or join an existing class action. If you fail to take timely action, then you may never be able to make a fair recovery.
  • Why a legal recovery may be important. A legal recovery will not bring your loved one back, but it may compensate your loved one’s estate for lost income, unpaid medical expenses, funeral costs, pain, suffering and other damages.

Once you have this information then you can make an informed decision about what to do next. If you would like to learn more then we encourage you to download our FREE report, Xarelto: What You Need to Know About It.

Jason F. Abraham
Managing Partner, Hupy and Abraham