Xarelto has been marketed as a safe and effective drug to treat
- clotting conditions and
- atrial fibrillation (Afib). Unfortunately, many patients have reported severe medical conditions after using this medication, from dizziness/headaches to uncontrolled interior bleeding. There have been cases in which this condition has led to death.
The Statute of Limitations
The statute of limitations, or time limit to file these cases varies by state, where claims for injury, wrongful death, and products liability can be different.
The time limit to file to file an Xarelto claim:
- In Arkansas is 3 years
- In Louisiana is 1 year
- In Texas, the time limit is generally 2 years (although there are exceptions that can extend product liability claims in Texas to 15 years)
If the statute of limitations has expired prior to filing your claim, your case will be forever barred, no matter how worthy. Contact Harrelson Law Firm as soon as possible if you have been injured by Xarelto and your injury occrued within the statutes of limitations. Our Little Rock personal injury attorney is well-equipped to assist you with your pharmaceutical claim.