How Do Invokana Attorney Fees Work for Injury Cases?



The injury attorneys at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing amputation lawsuits for individuals throughout the United States who have experienced problems after using a diabetes drug that is part of a new class of medications, known as an SGLT2 inhibitor, including:

  • Invokana
  • Invokamet
  • Farxiga
  • Xigduo XR
  • Jardiance
  • Glyxambi

As a result of the drug makers’ failure to adequately warn consumers and the medical community, financial compensation may be available without the payment of any out-of-pocket costs to hire our Invokana injury attorneys.

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This new class of medications was introduced without properly disclosing the serious and potentially life-threatening health risks faced by consumers. Amid aggressive marketing and advertisements by the drug makers, diabetics were switched to these new drugs without the opportunity to make an informed and educated decision about whether the risk of Invokana problems is justified.

In December 2015, the FDA issued a warnings label update for Invokana, Farxiga and other SGLT2 inhibitors, warning for the first time about the importance of individuals stopping the drug immediately and seeking medical assistance if they begin to experience signs of ketoacidosis or other injuries that may be caused by side effects of the medications. The FDA also required the makers of SGLT2 inhibitors to add new warnings about the potential risk of urinary tract infections, as this could be an indication of a more dangerous blood or kidney infection that could lead to kidney failure and even death.

Additional warnings were added in May 2017 when the FDA announced new label information about the Invokana amputation side effects would be added to the drug’s label.

To review whether you, a friend or family member may have a case, request a free consultation and claim evaluation.

About our Invokana Law Firm

Saiontz & Kirk is a nationally known personal injury law firm, dedicated to the sole purpose of representing those seriously injured as a result of another person or corporation’s negligence.

Our attorneys only represent people who have been injured. We do not defend insurance companies or large corporations, and we have the experience and resources necessary to go up against large pharmaceutical companies and win.

All cases are being pursued by our Invokana attorneys under a Contingency Fee Agreement, which means that there are no or expenses paid unless we are successful obtaining a recovery for injuries suffered following use of one of these diabetes drugs. In addition, all fees and expenses come out of the money that is recovered, meaning that our attorneys only get paid if you get paid.

Throughout the litigation process, it is expected that the drug makers will devote substantial resources to defending their popular medications in an attempt to minimize the amount of money they will be required to pay in Invokana injury settlements.

Through the use of contingency fees, our Invokana attorneys help level the playing field, providing the highest quality of representation and access to the best experts available – regardless of an individual’s financial resources.

Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. has earned a reputation for making sure our clients obtain the financial compensation they deserve.

After contacting our attorneys to review a case, there is no obligation to hire our law firm or move forward. However, if you do decide to put your trust in our lawyers, your case will be pursued with the energy and devotion you deserve, since our law firm also has a financial interest in making sure you obtain the maximum financial recovery possible for your Invokana injury case.


Austin Kirk

Last Updated September 2, 2017
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