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Update on Pradaxa Internal Bleeding Problem Allegations Lawsuits; Resource4thePeople Reports Bellwether Trial Dates Scheduled
Date:5/12/2013

Cases."

The lawsuits in this multidistrict litigation were grouped together by federal court officials according to the court file* because they involve common allegations that patients suffered serious internal bleeding problems.

The patients seeking compensation for the medical costs and other expenses they allege they have incurred as a result of using Pradaxa to protect against strokes and heart attacks, according to the court file.

Resource4thePeople is also informing consumers who may be affected by this litigation that the federal court system shows that the number of Pradaxa lawsuits claiming internal bleeding problems has climbed to at least 280 cases.**

Resource4thePeople also will continue to update consumers about the important developments in the Pradaxa multidistrict litigation in which cases from across the country have been consolidated.

"We will be available to answer questions from consumers about whether they may be eligible to join in this multidistrict litigation which is now under the supervision of a single judge in Illinois," said Resource4thePeople.

In scheduling the bellwether trials, Judge Herndon also outlined the allegations that will be included in the selection of the individual cases. Among the criteria he listed on the court docket in his April 9, 2013 order are:

  •     Excluded Injuries. Plaintiffs, if any, alleging Myocardial Infarction shall be excluded as Discovery Plaintiffs and from Early Trial Cases, because the alleged injury is not representative of the filed case pool.
  •     Death Cases. No more than three (3) Discovery Plaintiffs chosen by each side shall involve an alleged death related to Pradaxa use.
  •     Gastrointestinal Bleeding. At least five (5) Discovery Plaintiffs chosen by each side shall contain an allegation related to gastrointestinal
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