How Do I Join a Class Action Lawsuit for Invokana Amputations?



The lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. are reviewing claims for individuals who had a leg, foot or toe amputated after use of Invokana or Invokamet, which are members of a new class of diabetes treatments, known as sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibitors.

To review whether you or a loved one may be entitled to financial compensation through an Invokana class action or individual injury lawsuit, request a free consultation and claim evaluation by calling our law firm toll free at 1-800-522-0102 or completing our on-line form.

Diabetic ketoacidosis claims, kidney failure claims and heart attack claims were previously reviewed due to the failure to provide earlier warnings about this injuries.

New cases are now only being accepted for individuals who have suffered an amputation that may have been caused by side effects of Invokana.

Cases are being reviewed by our Invokana class action lawyers under a contingency fee agreement, which means that there are never any out-of-pocket costs to hire a lawyer and we only receive an attorney fee or reimbursed expenses if we are successful obtaining a recovery in your case.

Steps in an Invokana Claim Evaluation

After speaking with Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. for a free Invokana claim evaluation, there is no obligation to hire our law firm or to pursue a case. If it is determined that you or your family may be entitled to pursue an individual Invokana lawsuit or class action claim, it remains your decision whether to form an attorney-client relationship and move forward with a case.

During the no-obligation consultation, you will be put in touch with a member of our legal team to review the facts and circumstances surrounding your potential claim, so that we may determine whether a link can be established in court between injuries suffered and use of Invokana or another SGLT2 inhibitor diabetes treatment.

You will have an opportunity to speak with one of our lawyers to review any questions or concerns you may have. Often we are able to make a determination during the initial consultation about whether it is recommended that you or your family move forward with an Invokana claim. In some circumstances, it is necessary for additional details to be reviewed with our team of attorneys before we are able to agree to move forward with your case.

Invokana Class Action vs. Individual Lawsuit

Most of the claims being pursued by the lawyers at Saiontz & Kirk, P.A. will be handled as individual product liability lawsuits, as opposed to being part of a Invokana class action.

Since the facts and circumstances surrounding each person’s injury will be different, resulting in different impacts on their overall health and quality of life, each Invokana injury claim cannot be pursued through one class representative. Therefore, individual causation and damages must be established for each individual who suffered an amputation before any potential Invokana settlement or financial compensation may be obtained.

To learn more about the process and to find out whether you may have a case, request a free Invokana injury claim evaluation.

Austin Kirk

Last Updated September 8, 2017
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