BOSTON, June 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Kyros Law Offices is alerting individuals that have suffered serious side effects fromtaking Invokana that it is investigating filing legal claims seeking compensation for their injuries. According to a February 22nd filing with the U.S. & Securities and Exchange Commission, Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:
Invokana users that suffered serious side effects while taking Invokana are urged to contact our law firm immediately to protect their rights. Visit our Invokana Side Effect Lawsuit webpage or call 1-800-934-2921 to speak to someone about your case.
Hundreds of Invokana lawsuits have been centralized in the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, with hundreds of additional Invokana lawsuits pending in various state courts. These lawsuits allege that users of Invokana suffered serious side effects such as Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Kidney Injury, Limb Amputations and Heart Complications.
Kyros Law Offices urges Invokana users that suffered serious side effects while taking Invokana to contact our law firm immediately to protect their rights. Visit our Invokana Side Effect Lawsuit webpage or call 1-800-934-2921 to speak to someone about your case.
Receive alerts about other potential class action lawsuits that may affect you by visiting the Class Action Lawsuit Center website.
Kyros Law specializes in a wide range of complex litigation, mass torts, and corporate governance matters, including the representation of whistleblowers, shareholders and consumers in securities fraud, false claims act and class actions. Our lawyers have been responsible for recovering hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients throughout the United States, Africa, Asia and Europe. Visit our website to learn more about our firm.
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