Trasylol, manufactured by Bayer AG and approved by the Federal Drug Administration in 1993, was used for 13 years to control bleeding during heart surgery. But studies during that time show that the drug may increase a heart patient’s risk of death and is associated with deaths related to heart attack, kidney failure, and stroke.
If you or a member of your immediate family was injured or died some time after Trasylol was administered, you may have a civil case against the drug’s manufacturer. It is to your advantage to obtain legal counsel to pursue a lawsuit.
However, you should contact an attorney experienced in these cases quickly to fall within the statute of limitations. If you wait too long, the statute of limitations will be invoked and you will lose your right to sue and recover damages.
Your attorney will:
About 95 percent of civil cases are settled instead of being litigated at trial. Your attorney will aggressively negotiate with Bayer AG to settle your case for the amount of money sought in your lawsuit.
The record shows that Bayer AG is settling Trasylol lawsuits on a case-to-case basis to avoid the expense of a trial.
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