Inflammation and coagulopathies are important systemic events following snakebite. Snake venom galactoside-binding lectins (SVgalLs) are known modulators of the immune response with no direct effect on hemostasis. Considering the crosstalk between inflammation and coagulation, the present study investigated how BJcuL, a proinflammatory SVgalL isolated from Bothrops jararacussu venom, mediated the inflammation-induced procoagulant activity. We examined the proinflammatory cytokine production and procoagulant tissue factor (TF) activity in human whole blood and monocyte-rich cell suspension (MR-PBMC) treated with BJcuL. This lectin increased production of the cytokines TNF-α, IL-1β and IL-6, upregulated TF expression on the cell surface, and induced procoagulant activity. The proinflammatory behavior was mediated by the direct interaction between the lectin and toll-like receptor 4, via binding to β-galactoside-containing glycoconjugates on the cell surface, and activation of NFκ-B signaling. Interestingly, the BJcuL-induced inflammation was directly associated with the procoagulant activity of MR-PBMC cells. In whole blood culture, the lectin exhibited similar behavior, i.e. it induced cytokine production and MR-PBMC TF-mediated procoagulant activity. Therefore, the present study is the first report on the inflammation-induced procoagulant activity of SVgalLs, and it indicates that BJcuL is an important factor associated with coagulopathy in patients with snake envenomation.