Drug and Prescription Errors
Medical and prescription errors can cause illness, injury and even death.
In the event of medical malpractice, Stuart & Branigin will help you seek compensation for accrued expenses.
Drug or prescription errors may occur when a medical professional such as a nurse, nurse practitioner, physician, pharmacist, or other healthcare provider dispenses the wrong dosage or the wrong medication to a patient. Drug and prescription errors may occur due to a dispensing mistake (incorrect dosage or incorrect medication), failure to review medical history, illegible handwriting, medical malpractice, medical personal oversight, misdiagnosis, mislabeled prescription bottles.
Drug or prescription errors can lead to injury, disability, hospitalization, and even death.
Drug or prescription errors can lead to serious consequences for an individual and his or her family, including injury, disability, hospitalization, and even death. A personal injury or wrongful death case can assist the patient, or his or her family, in seeking compensation for damages, including medical expenses, lost wages, emotional distress or other expenses.
The effects of a drug or prescription error can range from mild to catastrophic.
If you believe you’ve experienced a drug or prescription error, the experienced lawyers at Stuart & Branigin are prepared to evaluate the full extent of your case and provide appropriate counsel. We understand the effects of a drug or prescription error can range from mild to catastrophic and are prepared to seek the compensation you deserve.
Drug or prescription errors can include the following:
- Dispensing error
- Incorrect dosage
- Incorrect medicine
- Mislabelled prescription bottles
- Medical malpractice
- Doctor or pharmacist oversight