Alabama Invokana Kidney Lawsuits – Current Invokana Lawsuit Information for Residents of Alabama
Persons and the families of persons in Alabama who have suffered severe injuries or wrongful death while taking Invokana may be entitled to real compensation through filing a Alabama Invokana injury lawsuit. Patients in Alabama were not warned of the serious side effects posed by the drug, which include kidney failure and other kidney problems, ketoacidosis or blood acid problems, and cardiovascular problems such as heart attack and stroke. Given that there are alternative drugs which were widely prescribed to Type II diabetics prior to the release of this drug, it is reasonable to think many Alabama patients would have chosen an alternative had they known about the potential for serious Invokana side effects.
Today, physicians and researchers question whether there are true benefits from Invokana that could ever outweigh its many risks.
Experts assert that Janssen knew of or suspected the risks posed by Invokana before the drug was approved in 2013. Invokana lawsuits allege that Janssen failed to adequately research the risks posed by the drug or to warn consumers.
Given that approximately 26 million Americans suffer from Type II diabetes, and that Invokana quickly rose to popularity due to aggressive marketing campaigns, it is reasonable to think that many Americans, including residents of Alabama, have suffered from side effects or wrongful death and have grounds to file Alabama Invokana lawsuits. Attorneys believe that as this information reaches the public, Janssen will face an onslaught of Invokana lawsuits, which are likely to be consolidated as a multidistrict litigation in U.S. District Court.
Experts say Janssen knew of Invokana’s risks but failed to warn consumers.
Janssen has faced numerous product liability lawsuits in recent years, including litigation for injuries and wrongful death related to Topamax, Risperdal, Xarelto, Invega, and Natracor. Janssen and its parent corporation Johnson & Johnson resolved a federal lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2013 by agreeing to pay $1.391 billion. The company was accused of marketing Risperdal, Invega and Natracor for off-market purposes. Xarelto is currently the subject of a multidistrict litigation in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Louisiana; the litigation has swelled to include more than 550 national cases as of June 2015.
Alabama Invokana lawsuits can be filed by persons and the family members of persons in Alabama who suffered from severe health problems while taking the drug. Alabama Invokana lawsuits allege that Janssen Pharmaceuticals had a responsibility to warn consumers of the potential for kidney problems, cardiovascular problems, and ketoacidosis, and wrongful death stemming from the drug.
Invokana Lawsuits in Alabama
If you or a family member suffered from serious health problems such as ketoacidosis, blood acid problems, kidney failure, kidney impairment, stroke, or heart attack while taking Invokana in Alabama you may have legal grounds to file a Alabama Invokana injury lawsuit. Filing a lawsuit is the only way to secure compensation for medical bills, lost time at work, pain, suffering and loss that have resulted from Invokana side effects. Our lawyers handle Invokana wrongful death lawsuits in Alabama and throughout the United States, and offer no-cost, no-obligation Invokana injury case review for persons in Alabama who match this description. To discuss your situation in detail with an attorney and to learn about Invokana kidney lawsuit time limits inAlabama, please complete our online contact form. One of our attorneys handling Alabama Invokana ketoacidosis lawsuits will contact you promptly.
Alabama Invokana Lawsuits Are Not Class Action Lawsuits
Many Alabama persons affected by Invokana side effects such as heart attack, kidney problems, stroke, or ketoacidosis wonder if filing an Invokana lawsuit will bring about meaningful compensation for their family. Alabama Invokana injury lawsuits are not class action lawsuits, in which each plaintiff can expect to receive only a small settlement. Invokana kidney and ketoacidosis lawsuits from Alabama will likely join forces with more actions nationwide into a Multi-District Litigation (MDL), in which each case will be handled on its own merit and each plaintiff can expect compensation that is determined by their particular circumstance and degree of suffering.
Our firm represents all persons involved in an Invokana lawsuit in Alabama on a contingency basis, meaning there are never any legal fees unless we win compensation in your case. For a free no-obligation consultation, complete our brief online contact form. One of our Alabama Invokana lawyers will contact you shortly to answer your questions as definitively as possible.
No-Cost, No-Obligation Alabama Invokana Lawsuit Case Review for Persons or Families of Persons in Alabama Who Suffered from Kidney Failure, Ketoacidosis, Cardiovascular Problems, or Wrongful Death
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