What’s The Case About? The lawsuit alleges that Johnson & Johnson failed to warn about risks it knew about that its baby powder product could cause ovarian cancer.
Why Is The Manufacturer To Blame? The law requires drug companies to be truthful about the risks of their products. When drug companies hide important safety information to induce doctors to use their products, it’s important that they compensate everyone they harmed.
How Can I Join? Call us 24/7 at 888-604-3438 for a free case evaluation.
What did the manufacturer do wrong? Juries have found that J&J failed to warn of known risks. Punitive damages were awarded against the company because the jury was angry at what the internal documents showed and how what the company said internally was different than what the company said publicly.
What harm was caused? As a result, potentially thousands of people have suffered kidney failure, heart attack or death.
Who qualifies? If you took Invokana and suffered from kidney failure, heart attack or ketoacidosis, you should contact our office immediately for a free case evaluation.
Why join? This is an opportunity to be involved in a very important case. It’s important that the crug company fully compensate every person they harmed. If they are not held fully accountable for their bad conduct, they will be encouraged to do it again. When you join the lawsuit, you are joining with thousands of others just like you. Together, you have the power to teach drug companies they can’t get away with hiding or discrediting safety information about their products in order to increase profits. This helps keep everyone safe.
What if I can’t afford an attorney? We charge no fees unless we win.
I’m busy. Can I join? Because there are thousands of cases, there is a very minimal time commitment for each person, much much less than a normal lawsuit.
Are there time limits? Yes. Time limits apply and you can lose your right to compensation so contact us today to protect your rights.
How can I join? To join, call us 24.7 at 888-604-3438.