The official name for the Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuit is “Agency for Insurance Claims in the State of New York” and it was started in 2021. It is a nationwide class action lawsuit, but unfortunately it’s not a true Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuit. That would be the Covered Calls lawsuit that was mentioned above. There are two different elements to the Covered Calls lawsuit that make it a true Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuit:
The first element is that the defendants must have actually received a “bargain” in which they paid a billion dollar claim. In order for a class action lawsuit to be valid, the Class Members must receive some type of monetary benefit. So, if the defendants haven’t received a billion dollar settlement, then the Class Action Lawsuit cannot hold them accountable. It doesn’t matter whether or not they settled, because no one ever pays anything unless and until they actually settle.
The second element is that the defendant must have actually been able to receive a “bargain” in which they were able to pay a billion dollars in a structured settlement over time. So, if the United States does not charge for the structured settlement payments, then the Class Action Lawsuit cannot hold the defendant responsible for paying these monies. Again, it doesn’t matter whether or not they settled, as this element of the lawsuit does not apply.
Many people who received life-altering injuries as a result of another’s negligence have received settlements from insurance companies and their lawyers in recent years. Some of these individuals have been waiting for years to receive a substantial amount of compensation, and have been waiting in vain for a truly honest insurance company to do what is required to make a positive ruling in their favor. When this happens, individuals filing Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuits are forced to file more lawsuits in order to obtain justice and fair compensation for their injuries. This cycle only exists with Class Action Lawsuits and will not occur with other lawsuits.
Now, it could be argued that insurance companies and their attorneys collude together in a “conspiracy” to allow a Class Action Lawsuit to go forward. However, this would also be an unfair interpretation of the law, as insurance companies have every right to settle claims in a timely fashion, in order to preserve their own interests. In the matter of a Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuit, the claim was brought forward to a responsible party who could be held financially responsible for the damages and injuries suffered by a Class Action Claim plaintiff. The insurance company failed to acknowledge its liability, and refused to take responsibility, instead choosing to hide behind its legal team, and attempt to manipulate the court system so as to avoid responsibility. In the end, a settlement was issued to the Pradaxa Class Action lawsuit plaintiff, which was a significant financial reward for his pain and suffering.
This is just one example of a Class Action Lawsuit being issued to a Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuit plaintiff. The Pradaxa Class Action Lawsuit case is one of many, throughout the nation, which are being abused by the insurance and pharmaceutical companies. The original Class Action Lawsuit was filed in Florida in May of 2021. There was more Class Action Lawsuits filed in Florida in the months of October, November, and December of 2021, than in all of the months of July, August, and September for all Class Action Lawsuit cases combined. Although there are instances when Class Actions cannot be pursued in Florida, due to the mandatory minimum time periods applicable, as well as other concerns involving time and venue issues, as in the case of a kidney failure case.