Prescription Medication Errors

Prescription Medication ErrorsTrusting the judgment of a medical professional is something we all take for granted. If you are suffering from an injury caused by prescription medication errors, you may have a case for medical malpractice. Contact our Tampa medical malpractice attorneys to hold the negligent parties accountable and recover the compensation you deserve.

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Prescription Medication Errors | Examples

According to the Food and Drug administration, medication errors can cause at least one death every day and injure approximately 1.3 million people annually in the United States. Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorneys Morgenstern & Herd, PLLC represents victims of prescription medication errors in Florida who have received:

  • The wrong drug
  • The wrong dose
  • The wrong concentration
  • A drug that was administered too quickly
  • The wrong method for administering of the drug
  • A prescription from a physician unaware of the other medications the patient was taking at the same time
  • No warning from the pharmacy to protect patients from an expected drug interaction risk

Choosing a Medical Malpractice Attorney

Experience matters most. You aren’t just looking for an attorney with plenty of court time and peer recommendations, either, though these things are important. Generally, an attorney with some medical background will be more successful in Florida medical malpractice cases. All this information is available online, but you shouldn’t stop there. Remember that you may spend years working with this person. You should meet face-to-face before deciding. You need someone you can trust, someone you’re comfortable talking to, someone who won’t bully you into a course of action you don’t want to take, and, ideally, someone you like.

Contact our experienced Tampa Medical Malpractice Attorneys today if you or a loved one has been a victim of a prescription medication error by a pharmacist.

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