Providing Legal Help When Medication Errors Cause Serious Harm
Doctors and pharmacists are tasked with prescribing and dispensing medications that manage and improve the health and well-being of their patients. Unfortunately, mistakes are often made, causing serious injuries. If a pharmacist has given you the wrong prescription, the consequences can be deadly.
If you have been injured due to prescription mistake, turn to our medication error lawyers at Walborsky & Bradley, PLLC. Serving clients in the Panama City, Florida, area, we aggressively stand up for the rights of patients who are suffering from the aftereffects of medical malpractice, including pharmacy and prescription errors.
To learn more about your rights and options after suffering an injury or losing a loved one due to a medical mistake, call our firm at or contact us online.
Prescription Errors Made By Physicians
Doctors need to be precise and thorough in their review of your current medications to ensure that any additional prescriptions will not have adverse interactions. When physicians prescribe the wrong medication, an incorrect dose or the wrong dosing instructions, patients’ lives are at risk. Our skilled attorneys work tirelessly to hold doctors responsible for medication errors that may result in a range of injuries, including the worsening of a current condition, liver damage, kidney damage, heart attack, stroke or other life-altering illnesses.
Pharmacy Malpractice Representation
Though it is your doctor’s responsibility to be prescribing the appropriate medication in the proper dosages, the pharmacist who fills your prescription is also responsible for ensuring your safety. Pharmacists are extensively trained in all types of drugs and to provide patients with information regarding how the drug may interact with other drugs the patient may be taking. Pharmacists are also responsible for contacting your doctor before filling a prescription if they have any questions or concerns, or are unable to read the written prescription.
It is essential that you verify that the correct medication and dose has been given to you. However, if you or a loved one has been harmed by a pharmacist’s negligence, we can help.