Newark Prescription Mistake Attorneys
New York Medication Error Attorneys
When you follow the orders of your doctor, you expect to see results. It is not your job to understand the science behind prescription drugs and dosage. It is, however, the job of your physician and your pharmacist, and when they make a prescription mistake, giving you the wrong medication or dosage, you could encounter serious problems.
For the past twenty-eight years, our firm has been protecting the rights of medical malpractice victims in New York and New Jersey. At the law offices of Robert A. Solomon, P.C., we will help you hold the negligent doctor or pharmacist responsible and make sure you get the proper medical assistance you need.
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There is no excuse for a prescription mistake. Whether the mistake was made by your pharmacist or your doctor, you have the right to receive fair and just compensation. The last thing you want to do is get caught in a blame game between the parties as they point fingers at one another.
We will work with a variety of experts, including investigators and doctors, to figure what lead to your prescription mistake. We will determine who was responsible and make sure they are held accountable for their actions. Common problems that lead to prescription errors include:
- The pharmacist misreads a doctor's prescription, such as a .1 being misread as 1.0.
- Contraindicated medicines, which can be harmful and even lethal
- Failure to note patient allergy
- Doctor's handwriting is indecipherable or it looks like they wrote the name of another drug
- Doctor makes computer input error
If you believe that you may have been the victim of a prescription mistake, our lawyers will answer your questions and help you understand your options. Our New York and New Jersey offices offer weekend and evening appointments in addition to our weekly business hours. Spanish and Portuguese translation is available in-house. Contact us on-line or call 1-866-METROLAW (1-866-638-7652) today for a free initial consultation.