Invokana Kidney Failure & Ketoacidosis Lawsuit
The Willis Law Firm is representing Invokana patients and preparing to file lawsuits for thoses who have suffered:
Invokana is a Type 2 diabetes medication used to help treat blood sugars. It was put on the market in 2013 and sold under license by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, which is a division of U.S. pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson. FDA warns of increased risks of ketoacidosis and kidney failure form the use of Invokana. If untreated or not diagnosed timely, ketoacidosis and kidney failure can lead to increaased strokes and heart attacks.
If you or loved one has taken Invokana and later was diagnosed with ketoacidosis, kidney damage or kidney failure, heart attack, had a stroke or other serious injuries, please call and speak to us about your case and we will investigate the case for you. Mr. Willis is a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer, ready to assist you in investigating your case. All cases handled on a contingency fee basis. No Fees or Expenses Charged Unless You Recover !!
Call Toll Free 1-800-883-9858 or Online 24/7
Note: No Invokana Recall has been announced by the FDA, but the FDA has issued a warning to Doctors. Another Type 2 diabetic drug Actos has been in the news over the last few years as this drug was linked to causing bladder cancer. Though some Invokana users have complained of bladder pain and questioned whether Invokana causes bladder cancer, no Invokana bladder cancer link exists to date. If you have taken Inkokana and bladder cancer has been diagnosed and you would like to discuss this further, please call us at 1-800-883-9858. For more information and furture updates, check with the FDA