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Invokana Lawsuit


Invokana Lawsuit

Invokana is a drug that is regularly prescribed for those with Type 2 Diabetes. The drug did not originally come with the current black box warning. The black box warning has since been added due to numerous reports of several adverse Invokana side effects.

Invokana Side Effects

If you were prescribed Invokana, you may be able to pursue a claim for injuries against Johnson & Johnson, the manufacturer of Invokana. If you took it and developed a serious kidney condition called ketoacidosis or required an amputation, you may be eligible for compensation for your injury. Nadrich & Cohen is currently filing lawsuits on behalf of Invokana users who developed a serious side effect as noted above.

Numerous Invokana users have reported amputation of one or more toes, a foot, and even a leg after taking the drug. Studies have indicated that Invokana use potentially doubles a patient’s risk of amputation. Invokana use has also been associated with a very serious condition called ketoacidosis. The drug has also been linked to increased cardiovascular risk, such as a heart attack.

Compensation Eligibility

If you or someone close to you has suffered a serious side effect following the use of Invokana, you may be eligible for compensation. These side effects have caused many Invokana patients to be hospitalized, undergo amputation surgery and even death.

It is currently believed by many users of this drug that the maker of Invokana, Johnson & Johnson, was aware of the serious side effects but failed to warn consumers or physicians about them. The results have been catastrophic to many patients. There have even been deaths attributed to the use of this medication.

The time to get compensation for these terrible side effects is now. If you have suffered from an Invokana side effect or have a family member who has suffered or died because of an Invokana side effect, immediately contact Nadrich & Cohen for a free case evaluation. Call 1-800-718-4658 now to speak with an Invokana side effect specialist. The consultation is 100% free and 100% confidential. Don’t wait as there are strict time limits for making a claim. Call us now.


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