Meyer Wilson Accepting New Case Involving Amputations While On Invokana

Meyer Wilson is currently working with patients and their loved ones who have taken Invokana and have subsequently had an amputation to investigate their case and determine their legal rights. If you or your loved one have suffered an amputations after taking Invokana, you may be able to recover money for medical expenses and wage losses, as well as damages for pain and suffering and reduced quality of life.

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