Invokana Amputation Lawsuit

If you suffered a leg, foot or toe amputation after using Invokana, Invokamet®, or Invokamet® XR, you may be entitled to a cash award.

Invokana may lead to toe, leg or foot amputation as well as genital gangrene.

Two recent clinical trials – the CANVAS (Canagliflozin Cardiovascular Assessment Study) and CANVAS-R (A Study of the Effects of Canagliflozin on Renal Endpoints in Adult Participants With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus) – revealed that patients taking canagliflozin (Invokana, Invokamet®, and Invokamet® XR) were almost twice as likely to experience a leg, foot or toe amputation as patients taking a placebo. The most common amputations were of toes and middle of the foot; leg amputations both above and below the knee were also observed. This risk of amputation may be higher for people with peripheral vascular disease, diabetic foot ulcers (sores), neuropathy (nerve damage), and patients who have had an amputation in the past.

How It Works

While some diabetes medications work by making the body more sensitive to insulin or by making the body secrete more insulin, Invokana treats diabetes by causing the kidneys to remove sugar from the body through the urine. As a result, blood sugar is lowered and the effects of diabetes are reduced.

Other Side Effects

The increased risk of leg, foot and toe amputation linked to Invokana is a new finding. However, several other side effects have been known for some time. These include:
Cardiovascular Problems
Kidney Damage
Heart Attack

If you or a loved one have had a leg, foot or toe amputation, suffered kidney damage, a heart attack, or ketoacidosis, you may be entitled to money damages. Call the Gold Shield Group at 877-539-1539.

Diabetes Drug Claim Survey
Please fill out the survey to see if you could qualify for a claim or call 877-539-1539 to speak with a representative.

Were you or a loved on prescribed Invokana or another Type 2 Diabetes Drug?

Did you or a loved one suffer any of the following side effects or injuries while taking the diabetes drugs?

What year were you prescribed the Type 2 Diabetes Drug?

Are you currently represented by an attorney concerning Invokana or another Type 2 Diabetes Drug?