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> Mitchell Proner: “Xarelto was approved by the food and drug administration in 2011 as one of the newest blood thinning medications on the market. It was approved for the use in preventing pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, and to prevent blood clots in people after they have had hip or knee surgery, and for treating people with atrial fibrillation where there’s irregular heartbeat.”
> Mitchell Proner: “Many doctors around the country are concerned because of reports of excessive bleeding by Xarelto users. These side effects can be debilitating and at times have even caused death.”
>Mitchell Proner: “If you or a loved one are experiencing side effects from the use of Xarelto or if you have lost a loved one unexpectedly, and you believe Xarelto may have been the cause please call us.”
>>Mitchell Proner: “We are available to answer your questions. We have been involved in pharmaceutical litigations, and have been successful, and our prepared to work hard for you. If you have any questions. Please call us now. There’s no charge for a free consultation.”
Attorney Mitchell Proner serves clients throughout New York State and Connecticut, and he also handles cases throughout the United States.
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