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If you or a loved one were hospitalized due to gastrointestinal bleeding, brain hemorrhage or other internal bleeding, you may be entitled to a settlement. Lawyers are filing new lawsuits against the makers of these drugs this year.

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Our patient advocates have the latest information on blood thinning drugs like Pradaxa, including independent research, FDA warnings and current lawsuits and settlements.

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Anticoagulant drugs like Pradaxa can have severe side effects like uncontrollable internal bleeding. Learn about these and thousands of other reports to the FDA for patient hospitalization and death.

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Although the maker of Pradaxa has already paid more than $650 million in compensation to those injured, thousands of patients were left out of the first settlement. Lawyers are now filing new claims for those who still need help.

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Learn if your Pradaxa injury qualifies for the current litigation and whether you can expect a settlement. DrugNews can connect you with a lawyer in minutes at no cost.

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