What is Victoza?
Victoza falls under the umbrella of incretin mimetics, a class of drugs used to treat type 2 diabetes that works by boosting insulin production in the pancreas, lowering the patient’s blood sugar levels. If you or a loved one suffered a pancreatic-related injury subsequent to taking Victoza, you may qualify to participate in a Victoza lawsuit. Contact a Victoza injury lawyer at TorHoerman Law to discuss your legal options today.
Victoza, which is manufactured by Novo Nordisk, was first approved for the market in 2010. It quickly became one of the most popular type-2 diabetes treatments.
However, more recently Victoza has faced criticisms over its dangerous side effects, which Novo Nordisk failed to warn consumers about. As a result, a number of Victoza lawsuits have been filed against the manufacturer on behalf of individuals who were injured by Victoza.
At this time, TorHoerman Law is only accepting plaintiffs with pancreatic-related injuries to participate in the Victoza lawsuit. Contact a Victoza injury lawyer at TorHoerman Law to learn more.