Dangerous Drug Lawyers in Tavares
Invokana is a drug commonly used to treat type II diabetes in adults. Normally, it is supposed to reduce blood glucose levels. However, numerous studies show that individuals who take Invokana have an increased risk of requiring amputation below the knee, suffering diabetic ketoacidosis, and experiencing various medical problems. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a warning associating the drug with an increased risk of leg, foot, and toe amputations. If you took Invokana and suffered any of the aforementioned issues, retain experienced representation right away.
At Oldham & Smith, our dangerous drug attorneys in Tavares have been fighting on behalf of injured clients since 1989. As a result, we have a long track record of success in addition to a comprehensive understanding of Florida personal injury law.
Call Oldham & Smith today at (352) 292-1620 or contact us online to learn more about how our dangerous drug attorneys in Tavares can help you. We serve clients across Lake County.
How We Can Help You
If you suffered an amputation, renal failure, or any other side effect as a result of taking Invokana, you are likely looking at expensive medical bills and many different disability-related expenses. Not only will you have to adapt to life without a limb, you may have lost your ability to perform your job. By holding the negligent parties accountable through a personal injury claim, you can pursue the compensation you need.
With compensation, you can help pay for the following, and more:
- Lifelong medical care expenses
- Disability-related costs
- Pain and suffering
- Hospital bills
- Lost wages
To schedule your free consultation with our dangerous drug lawyers in Tavares, call us today at (352) 292-1620. We accept cases on a contingency fee basis.
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