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Texas Invokana Diabetic Ketoacidosis Lawsuit. Ronney Lyons, from Houston, Texas recently filed an Invokana product liability and personal injury lawsuit against Janssen Pharmaceuticals and its parent company, Johnson & Johnson.

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Texas Invokana Diabetic Ketoacidosis Lawsuit. Invokana linked to kidney failure, leg amputations, and diabetic ketoacidosis according to lawsuits.

According to Lyons in his Texas Invokana Diabetic Ketoacidosis lawsuit, the serious side effects of Invokana type 2 diabetes medication caused him to develop diabetic ketoacidosis injury.

Invokana Injury Lawsuit. Martha Williams, from Tennessee, recently filed an Invokana product liability and personal injury lawsuit against Janssen Pharmaceuticals and it’s parent company, Johnson & Johnson. According to Williams, in her Invokana injury lawsuit, the serious side effects of Invokana caused her to develop acute renal failure, and urinary tract infection.

Invokana Injury Lawsuit

Invokana Injury Lawsuit. Invokana linked to kidney failure, leg amputations and diabetic ketoacidosis according to lawsuits.

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Invokana Wrongful Death Lawsuit. Scott Martin from Alabama alleges that the side effects of the blockbuster diabetic drug Invokana caused the wrongful death of his wife. According to Martin, his wife suffered severe diabetic ketoacidosis and congestive heart failure, leading to her death.

Invokana Wrongful Death Side Effects

Invokana Wrongful Death Side Effects. Invokana linked to kidney failure, leg amputations, and diabetic ketoacidosis according to lawsuits.

Martin filed his claim, on behalf of himself and his late wife, Sheila Martin, in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, naming Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen Pharmaceuticals subsidiary as defendants.

Onglyza Heart Failure. Wrendell Chester, from Texas, recently filed a personal injury and product liability lawsuit, against Bristol-Myers Squibb and AstraZeneca, the manufacturers of the drug.

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Onglyza and Kombiglyze linked to heart failure according to the FDA Warning

Chester claims that the companies failed to adequately warn patients and doctors about the risk of heart failure from side effects of Onglyza and failed to conduct proper research and testing.

Takeda Pharmaceuticals has decided to wrap up the remaining Actos linked bladder cancer lawsuits. Takeda settled two more claims this week, after a two-month trial in Nevada state court.

Actos_Bladder_Cancer_AttorneyRecently, Takeda ear-marked $2.4 billion for settlements to settle thousands of personal injury and defective product liability lawsuits brought by diabetic patients who were diagnosed with bladder cancer after using Actos.

Actos Settlement Band Wagon Keeps On Rolling

In September, Takeda said that 96% of Actos claimants signed up for its $2.3 billion settlement offer, settling most of the 8,000 plus cases pending in state and federal courts.

On other fronts, Takeda settled the 7 out of 9 cases that had been tried and were up on appeal. Takeda also agreed to toss in an extra $100 million if 97% of claims matched up with settlement criteria. Takeda is trying close down the Actos bladder litigation, by encouraging as many plaintiffs as possible to settle their injury claims and keep the settlement band wagon rolling on.

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There are several thousand lawsuits filed by folks both in state and federal courts by patients who took the prescription drug pioglitazone, sold as brand name Actos and later developed bladder cancer. Doctors prescribe Actos to treat patients with Type 2 Diabetes.

Actos_Bladder_Cancer_AttorneyTakeda Actos Bladder Cancer Verdict

On April 7, 2014, a federal jury in Louisiana found Takeda failed to adequately warn about bladder cancer risks of Actos. Jurors also found that executives of Takeda acted with wanton and reckless disregard for patient safety and awarded a total of $9 billion in punitive damages.

After a record breaking pharmaceutical $9 billion jury verdict involving Actos bladder cancer lawsuit, Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly, Actos manufacturers, have filed for a new trial. Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly, claim that the massive award shows that the jury acted with “passion and prejudice”.

Actos_Bladder_Cancer_AttorneyActos Record $9B Verdict

In April, a federal jury in Louisiana hammered Takeda with $1.5 million in compensatory damages and a whopping $9 billion in punitive damages. Terrance Allen and his wife’s claim, was the first out of several thousand Actos lawsuits in the federal court system to go to trial.


The jury in federal court in Louisiana, sent a loud and clear message on Monday, in rendering a bombshell verdict. Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and Eli Lilly & Co.  were ordered to pay a combined $9 billion in punitive damages. The federal court jury found they hid the cancer risks of their Actos diabetes drug in the first federal U.S. trial.
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Takeda, Lilly $9 Billion Punitive DamagesTakeda, based in Osaka, Japan, was ordered to pay $6 billion by the jury yesterday in Lafayette, Louisiana. Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly, Takeda’s partner, was ordered to pay $3 billion. Punitive damages are awarded in these types of cases to punish the companies for their wrongful acts.

After 33 grueling days of hotly contested trial testimony, the first federal Actos bladder cancer lawsuit trial has ended. The jury is scheduled to hear closing arguments on Monday and then deliberations will begin.

Federal Actos Trial: The Details

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