If you have suffered a toe, foot, finger, hand, or leg amputation after taking the diabetes drug Invokana (canagliflozin), significant compensation may be available. Complete the evaluation now.
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FDA Warns of Invokana Increased Amputation Risk
If you have suffered a toe, foot, or leg amputation after taking the diabetes drug Invokana (canagliflozin), significant compensation may be available.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a Safety Communication warning that patients treated with Invokana have an increased risk of amputation of their lower extremities including –
Below the knee leg amputations
Above the knee leg amputations
Amputations involving both limbs
Do not stop taking the medication without speaking with your doctor first, however, you should seek advice from a healthcare professional as soon as possible if you notice the following on your feet or legs –
Painful or tender areas
Ulcers or sores
If you or someone you love suffered an amputation after being treated with Invokana® (Invokamet®) you may be entitled to significant compensation through an Invokana® lawsuit.
Complete the form above and we will call you directly to go over your claim and discuss how to proceed. For decades, we have been successfully helping individuals just like you fight for the compensation and justice deserved. No fees unless damages are collected.
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