Onglyza™ Kombiglyze® Lawsuit

Onglyza™ & Kombiglyze® XR may be linked to Heart Failure

If you used the type 2 diabetes drug Onglyza™ or Kombiglyze® XR and were hospitalized or required medical treatment for heart failure, you may be entitled to a cash award. Call the Gold Shield Group toll free 888-723-5291 for a free/no obligation case review.

What is the problem?

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that people using Onglyza™ and Kombiglyze® XR are at an increased risk of heart failure, a condition where the heart is weakened and does not pump enough blood to met the body's needs. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration launched an investigation that resulted in recommending that Onglyza™ and Kombiglyze® XR should carry information about the risk of heart failure on their labels.

Side effects of Onglyza™ and Kombiglyze® XR:

The active ingredient in Onglyza™ and Kombiglyze® XR is Saxagliptin, a type of medication known as a DPP-4 inhibitor. It works by increasing the body’s supply of incretin, a hormone that helps regulate the release of insulin. Saxagliptin has been associated with an increased risk of heart failure. Specific heart issues include:
Heart Failure
Cardiac Failure
Congestive Heart Failure

If you used the type II diabetes drugs Onglyza™ or Kombiglyze® XR and suffered heart failure, congestive heart failure, or cardiac failure, or if a loved one died as a result of any of these complications after using Onglyza™ or Kombiglyze® XR, you may be entitled to a CASH AWARD. Call the Gold Shield Group toll free at 888-723-5291.

Onglyza™ & Kombiglyze® Lawsuit Survey
Please fill out the survey to see if you could qualify for a claim or call 888-723-5291 to speak with a representative.

Were you or a loved one prescribed Onglyza or Kombiglyze XR for treatment of Type 2 diabetes?

When did you or your loved one START taking the drug?

While taking the drug, did you or a loved on suffer from Heart Failure, Congestive Heart Failure, Cardiac Failure or Death due to heart related injuries?

Are you currently represented by an attorney concerning Onglyza or Kombiglyze XR?