Pharmaceutical Error Cases in Long Island
Long Island Personal Injury Lawyer
There are thousands of pharmacies throughout the United States, and whenever
there are people involved in a procedure, there is always the possibility
of human error. Therefore, there are many mix-ups that occur when filing
prescriptions on a yearly basis. In the state of New York, there are many
individuals who suffer sickness, injury, and even permanent damage or
death in the most severe cases. If you have suffered due to a wrong prescription,
then it is important for you to seek the assistance of a Long Island personal
injury attorney from The Odierno Law Firm, P.C.
Our firm has been serving the residents of Long Island, New York in various
medical malpractice and
personal injury cases for a number of years. We understand the pain and suffering that
you may be experiencing, and you can be sure that we will stand by you
and work with you to pursue the results that you deserve.
We have more than 40 years of combined experience, and you can be sure that we will put this to work for you in the situation
that you are currently facing. We can work to help you file a lawsuit
to recover damages depending on the type of suffering you have undergone
due to this pharmacy error.
Contact us today for the legal help you need!
Types of Pharmaceutical Errors
There are many steps in the process from prescribing medication to the
time that you pick up the prescription from the pharmacy, because of this
there are many opportunities for something to go wrong. Some of the more
common types of errors may include the following among others:
- The doctor or nurse who orders the prescription makes a mistake in reading
off the label and instructing the pharmacy to prepare the medication.
- There is a mix-up or other mistake that occurs regarding the patient file
that is used, and a particular patient receives medication for another patient.
- Insufficient data which leads to a wrong prescription that eventually causes harm.
- Mix-ops at the pharmacy where a label is read wrong or the wrong medication
is given to a patient.
It is essential for you to know that the statute of limitations for filing
a medical malpractice lawsuit is 2.5 years. It is also vital that you
have skilled representation on your side that can help you effectively
pursue the results that you need for your case.
Let Three Decades Work for You
Our firm has many years of experience and we can put this to work for you
in the situation that you face. We also understand the various financial
hardships that you may be experiencing due to hospital bills, loss of
wages and other causes. Because of this, we offer a
free case evaluation so that you may obtain some legal advice and information before making
any financial commitment to our office. In addition, we offer contingency
fee agreements so that you may receive skilled representation where you
will not have to pay unless we recover damages for you.
Contact us immediately to discuss your case and to pursue the future that you deserve.