Invokana Amputation Case Evaluations

Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed against the drug company Johnson & Johnson claiming its medication Invokana increases the risks of severe leg and foot infections.

Our law firm is accepting clients who took Invokana and suffered a lower limb amputation. We have been handling claims against pharmaceutical companies since 1955, and we are listed in Best Lawyers in America and The National Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame.

Invokana Side Effects

If you would like to receive a free and confidential evaluation of your potential case, simply complete our case evaluation form, and one of our attorneys handling these claims will review your information and respond to your inquiry.

If we are fortunate enough for you to hire us, we will not charge you anything unless you first recover, and this is true no matter how much time and effort we invest in your case.

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Invokana Side Effects

Evidence Linking Invokana to Amputations

Medical research has found that patients taking Invokana are twice as likely to suffer a leg or foot amputation as those taking a placebo. Toe amputations and those in the middle of the foot are most common. Individuals taking Invokana should be especially careful to look for signs of increased tenderness, sores, ulcers, and infections in their legs and feet; and to immediately notify their doctors if such symptoms appear.

Invokana Warnings

Researchers at the University of Padova in Italy analyzed reports submitted to the United States FDA adverse-event reporting system. These scientists looked at 66 reports of amputations associated with patients taking various diabetes drugs.

Among those studied, 86% involved individuals taking Invokana. Two-thirds of these patients had no other apparent risk factors associated with amputations, such as nerve damage, injuries, infections and/or a previous history of amputation.

The FDA has mandated Johnson & Johnson warn of the link between Invokana and Amputations.

In May 2017, the FDA began requiring Johnson & Johnson to warn of this problem, advising doctors to discontinue Invokana for patients who experience unusual pain, sores, ulcers, or infections in their extremities, including their legs or feet.

Doctors should avoid prescribing Invokana to patients who have a history of a prior amputation, peripheral vascular disease, neuropathy, or diabetic foot ulcers.

Invokana Recalls

As of this time, there has not been a recall of Invokana related to amputations.

However, the FDA has confirmed that Invokana is linked to an increased risk of leg and foot amputations, and has mandated that a warning be prominently displayed on Invokana boxes describing this serious health risk.

Beginning in 2017, Sharp HealthCare, Scripps Health, and numerous treating physicans stopped prescribing Invokana in light of the amputation risks.


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Why Choose Us

Our law firm has been in existence for more than 60 years, and is considered a national leader in this type of litigation. We have received well over 150 jury verdicts throughout the country in the amount of $1 million or more, and achieved verdicts and settlements in excess of $4 billion.

We are listed in Best Lawyers in America; U.S. News & World Report Best Law Firms; National Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame; America’s Elite Trial Attorneys; and SuperLawyers. We host the international television show “America’s Lawyer.”

We are the founder of Mass Torts Made Perfect, which is a national seminar attended by approximately 800 lawyers twice per year where we help teach the successful handling of cases against pharmaceutical companies. For more information, please visit our About Us section.

What Does It Cost

Our lawyers provide absolutely free confidential consultations, and if we are fortunate enough for you to hire us, we never will charge you any fees or costs unless you first recover.

The contingency fee we charge ranges from 20% to 40% depending upon how much we recover for you. To review a summary of our fees and costs, click Fees & Costs.

Contact Information

To contact us for a free confidential consult, you can call us at (800) 277-1193 (toll free). You also can request a confidential consultation by clicking Free & Confidential Consult, which form will be immediately reviewed by one of our attorneys handling the Invokana litigation.


What Our Clients Say

Client Testimonials

Below are some of the emails and letters that our clients have sent us.


You saved my life. I was in a state of fear. I was a lay person all alone. . . You all are good people. I am grateful you are in our community protecting the vulnerable and wronged. . . . I know there are far worse tragedies and I am soooo lucky, but for me this was a defining moment in my life and I am glad you were there to act with grace when I could not. Aisha A.



You have been absolutely wonderful through this whole thing. I can’t thank all of you enough for your professionalism and genuine “HEART”. Joan S.



I am so appreciative of the hard work and dedication that you put forth on my case. I cannot thank you enough for making my mom and I feel so comfortable throughout this whole process. . . . I wanted to let you know that I will never forget you! Shelly R.



I want to express my deepest appreciation for all the hard work you and your team did for my father. I can’t tell you the words to tell you how impressed I was with the passion that you showed through the process. While I know that this is what you do for a living, it is obvious that you care deeply about your clients. Carol W. & Ernest S.



You gave me advice and direction at a time when I was completely lost, totally stressed, and very nervous. I truly appreciate the help you offered. Your calls made a big difference in helping me navigate through this crummy situation and helped calm me as well. Joe R.


To read more of our client statements, visit our Testimonials page.


Learn More about Invokana Injuries

To learn more about Invokana side effects (including lawsuits, settlements, news stories, scientific studies, and warnings), visit our Invokana lawsuit page at Invokana Amputation & Other Injuries.