One of the most common forms of medical malpractice involve prescription drug errors, which can prove fatal. While many prescription drug errors go unreported or even unnoticed by patients (or the error is caught in time), when a prescription drug error causes harm to a patient, a viable medical malpractice claim might exist. A variety of individuals may be liable in these kinds of cases, including:

  •  doctors and physicians who prescribe medication
  •  healthcare or nursing staff who administer drugs (prescription and otherwise)
  •  pharmacists who fill prescriptions
  •  prescription drug companies, manufacturers, and marketers

These individuals and entities can be held liable for a number of mistakes or missteps, including:

  •  prescribing or administering the wrong medication
  •  prescribing or administering the wrong dosage
  •  failure to reasonably foresee detrimental complications (i.e. harmful drug interaction)
  •  manufacturing and marketing defective or unreasonably unsafe medications
  •  writing illegible prescriptions that lead to patient harm

If you or a loved one suffered injuries or death because of a defective drug, we can help. Our defective drug lawyers are experienced in investigating and uncovering critical evidence when innocent victims are injured or killed by the medicines they unknowingly trust. Contact our office for a free consultation with a defective drug attorney to discuss your case.

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