Xarelto is a blood thinner that tries to thwart blood clots.
Xarelto is also marketed to reduce the risk of thrombosis, strokes, and pulmonary embolisms.
Xarelto was first sold in the United States and approved by the FDA in 2011.
Johnson & Johnson and Bayer produce Xarelto.
The manufacturers of Xarelto make billions of dollars every year.
Xarelto has serious side effects including bleeding, strokes, heart attacks, and hemorrhages.
There is no way to prevent the side effects associated with Xarelto once it has been consumed.
The FDA required Johnson & Johnson and Bayer to recall Xarelto in 2014.
Many people all over the country are suing the makers of Xarelto for the side effects that they have suffered and the damages that they have incurred including medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and loss in normal life, just to name a few.