Pradaxa Lawsuits a Distraction, Says Manufacturer

pradaxa_lawsuit_pradaxa_internal_bleeding_settlements_mdl_litigation_riskThe German pharmaceutical company responsible for the anticoagulant drug, Pradaxa, offered a $650 million settlement package to wrap up thousands of Pradaxa lawsuits in the U.S. In the statement announcing the proposed settlement, the company, Boehringer Ingelheim, did not accept blame for Pradaxa injuries, the most prevalent among them being excessive bleeding events.

In deflecting responsibility, Boehringer Ingelheim also called the Pradaxa lawsuits a distraction.

Furthermore, the head of the company’s legal department expressed disfavor for trials decided by jury. According to the company’s statement, if all of the Pradaxa lawsuits in the U.S. were to go to trial, they would be decided by juries who most likely would have little to no experience with pharmaceutical and scientific matters, thus, creating a situation where Boehringer Ingelheim would be unable to determine a general verdict.

It appears then that the German pharmaceutical company’s decision to settle was based purely on distraction and uncertainty, rather than accepting responsibility for the serious injuries some patients have sustained while using Pradaxa.

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