If you or someone you love has taken INVOKANA® for the treatment of type-2 diabetes, please read the following important message.
It’s happening again.
The FDA has uncovered another of the dirty secrets that’s costing Americans — maybe you — dearly.
Here’s the story:
The big pharmaceutical company behind Invokana® — Johnson & Johnson — is being exposed for hiding serious medical risks you may be facing right now.
Specifically, this drug has been linked to drastic and serious side effects such as kidney damage, myocardial infarction, and ketoacidosis.
Stating the obvious, these aren’t minor complications. Just consider:
- Kidney failure causes irregularities which can quickly lead to weakness, shortness of breath, abnormal heart rhythm, and sudden death.
- Myocardial infarctions are commonly known as heart attacks and are one of the most common causes of death in America
- Ketoacidosis, as diabetes sufferers well know, breaks out when the body can’t produce insulin and breaks down fat in its desperate search for energy. The result is ketones — a toxic acid — in the bloodstream which leads to comas and death.
If you or someone you love has used the SGLT2 inhibitor Invokana® and has any symptoms related to these conditions, it is imperative you seek legal guidance immediately.
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Comparative Negligence Rule
COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE RULE
Idaho follows the comparative negligence rule, which means that a court will look at both parties’ actions and level of fault in the case of a motorcycle accident.
Even if you were both driving irresponsibly, if the other driver was driving more carelessly, then you may still have a case. It’s important to recognize, however, that any fault on your part will limit the amount of damages which you can receive.
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