We represent patients who have taken or are taking Invokana that had to have a toe, foot, or leg amputation. Additionally, we represent those who have had serious side effects and health complications from Invokana. If You or a Loved One has been Injured, We’ll Fight for You.
Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane (“Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane”) is a national law firm with offices in California, Louisiana, New York, Missouri, and Ohio. Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane put together a sophisticated team of lawyers from around the country committed representing Victim’s of Invokana that experienced amputations, severe medical complications, and even death. Although we are a national team of attorneys from around the country, our main office concerning Invokana Lawsuits is located in New Orleans, LA.
Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane has the size, experience, resources, historical success, and leverage to prosecute complex cases against major corporations nationwide. We attribute our success to the sophistication, experience, and professionalism of our widely respected lawyers.
Collectively, our attorneys are fighting Invokana on the behalf of victims; we believe that the victims of Invokana deserve compensation for the pain and suffering caused by this drug.
Initial concerns with Invokana made headlines because of studies finding patients taking Invokana had an increased risk of kidney failure, serious urinary tract infections, and ketoacidosis. Today, Invokana headlines revolve around the most recent study from the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Invokana is now linked to serious risks of toe, foot, and lower leg amputations. Most concerning, the study found that patients taking Invokana have DOUBLED their risk of needing some form of toe, foot, or leg amputation compared to those not on the drug. Because patients with diabetes are already at a greater risk of requiring amputation, these new findings are devastating.
If you or a loved one are taking Invokana and have experienced any numbness, tenderness or increased pain in your toes, feet, or legs, please contact your doctor immediately. Some common causes of amputation due to diabetic conditions include gangrene, diabetic foot ulcers, and ischemia. Also, serious complications like ulcers, sores, open wounds, and infections need to be taken seriously. All of these complications and serious medical conditions are incredibly serious and can lead to amputation or result in death. Finally, it’s never recommended to alter your prescription, drug, or medical treatment without speaking with your doctor.
If you or your loved one has had a toe amputation, foot amputation or leg amputation while taking or after taking Invokana, please Contact the Invokana lawyers at Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane for a FREE Consultation by filling out an online Contact Form or by calling 833-INVOKANA. Our team of highly experienced defective drug and medical device lawyers are prepared to fight Invokana on your behalf and push forward on Invokana lawsuits.