EliquisMarc J. Bern & Partners and its professional team are reviewing potential lawsuits for Eliquis users who have experienced severe internal bleeding while taking Eliquis.  Eliquis is a new blood thinner that has been associated with reports of serious and life-threatening problems.

Compensation may be available through an Eliquis lawsuit for individuals who have experienced:

  • Internal bleeding
  • Ulcers
  • Brain hemorrhage
  • Strokes
  • Kidney bleeding
  • Menorrhagia
  • Death

To review a potential Eliquis case on behalf of yourself, a friend or family member, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.


After twice delaying approval of the drug, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared Eliquis for the prevention of stroke and dangerous blood clots in patients diagnosed with non-valvular atrial fibrillation.  Eliquis was developed as an alternative to warfarin, which the FDA approved nearly 60 years ago. Although warfarin was once the go-to treatment for patients with atrial fibrillation, its safe use requires regular blood monitoring by doctors.  Eliquis, among other “next generation” blood thinners, was developed so that patients would not require regular blood tests.

The most dangerous side effect for people who take Eliquis is uncontrollable internal bleeding; internal bleeding events linked to Eliquis use include fatal brain bleeds and stomach bleeds. While all blood thinners carry a risk of internal bleeding, Eliquis appears to carry a greater risk than was indicated on the warning label or communicated to prescribers.  Eliquis was introduced as a blood thinner that was superior to warfarin because, unlike warfarin, it does not require its users to undergo blood testing or restrict their diet. However, while warfarin users who experience abnormal bleeding can counteract those side effects with Vitamin K, no antidote to Eliquis currently exists, which may pose a more serious risk for users of the medication.  Eliquis manufacturers have not released information for doctors on how to treat bleeding complications, making it difficult for doctors to save patients suffering from them.

Individuals throughout the United States who experienced internal bleeding problems may be eligible to pursue an Eliquis lawsuit as a result of the drug manufacturers’ failure to warn about the risk of serious and potentially life-threatening side effects of Eliquis.


Marc J. Bern & Partners and its professional team are reviewing potential Eliquis lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States. To have a case evaluated by one of our Eliquis lawyers, request a free consultations and case evaluation.

All Eliquis cases are investigated under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket expenses to hire our law firm and we are paid no attorney fees until a recovery is obtained for a Eliquis injury.


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