Cape Cod Improperly Filled Prescriptions Lawyers Handling Cases of Pharmacy Negligence
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Taking the wrong medication can have disastrous, and in some cases, fatal consequences. Even if you spot a mistake before taking a medication or you suffer only a minimal amount of harm, did you know you might still have a potential claim?
If pharmacists and their assistants at a drug store, a supermarket or anywhere else that dispenses drugs, such as a mail service or a big box store, have improperly filled a prescription, speak with an attorney about your rights to recover compensation for this error. Quite often, the pharmacy will ask you to return the order to them after you discover a mistake. However, you should never return the improperly filled prescription to the pharmacy until you have an opportunity to have an attorney examine the prescription.
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At The Law Offices of John C. Manoog III, we have handled many types of situations involving drugs being dispensed incorrectly.
- Did the pharmacist supply you with the wrong drug?
- Was the wrong dosage stated on the label?
- Were the wrong instructions regarding how to take the drug provided?
These kinds of occurrences from improperly filled prescriptions can easily result in an overdose and an adverse reaction that can lead to permanent damage or even a wrongful death. A dose taken under what is prescribed can result in delayed effect and an illness worsening. Our attorneys know how to hold parties responsible for inflicting this kind of harm.
Even if you catch the mistake before you ingest any medication after ingesting just one dose, or after just one dose, you can hold the negligent party liable and recover compensation for what might have happened because of the improperly filled prescription.
Kingston Pharmacy Errors Lawyers Committed to Your Safety
In many situations, the high volume of orders leads to negligence and companies account for a certain number of errors and settling these claims as the cost of doing business. Our Plymouth improperly filled prescription attorneys know how to expose this kind of profit over patient thinking. This might also be a medical malpractice claim if the cause of the error was the doctor writing the wrong prescription or the doctor's office sending in the wrong order to the pharmacy.
We settle many improperly filled medication cases for maximum dollar amounts because we know how to put our resources to work to prove these errors. Defendant companies also do not want the publicity exposure and they know we are not afraid to highlight this wrongdoing in court on the public record.
When you call our law firm, we will respond. There is always someone ready to talk to you at The Law Offices of John C. Manoog III. Free initial consultations. We offer flexible appointments including evenings, weekends and off-site meetings. We also offer a courtesy limousine service to assist with case-related appointments. Nós Falamos Português.