How Common Are Pharmacy Errors?
Pharmacy errors are unfortunately common in the United States. A vast majority of these are “dispensing errors,” which include the following:
- Dispensing the incorrect dosage
- Dispensing the incorrect medication
- Filling a prescription with expired medication
- Errors with labeling
- Failing to consider dangerous drug interactions
- Failing to instruct the patient on how to take the medication
Can an Attorney Help if I’ve Been Given the Wrong Medication?
Yes. The sooner you reach out to a seasoned lawyer to discuss your case, the sooner they can begin to craft a lawsuit on your behalf. Taking on a pharmacy, especially larger ones, can be challenging. You need the resources and expertise of New Jersey’s premier personal injury law firm. You need Levinson Axelrod, P.A.
Our New Jersey trial lawyers bring the following credentials to the table:
- Members of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®
- Attained a “Superb” 10/10 Avvo rating
- More than 80 years of experience
- Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey in Civil Trial Law
Should you hire us, we will get to work right away on investigating your case. Through investigation and research, we will determine who may be held liable for the pharmacy error that caused you injury. If the pharmacy is at fault, we are not afraid to take prompt legal action against it in the name of accountability. Whether we are needed to negotiate a fair settlement or to secure a just verdict, you can count on Levinson Axelrod, P.A. to fight tooth and nail for you.
Let us help you fight for the maximum compensation you deserve. Call us at (732) 440-3089 today.
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The Levinson Axelrod, P.A. team obtained a $12.5 million dollar settlement on behalf of a client who was injured due to medical malpractice.
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