Strong Advocacy For People Injured By Dangerous Medication
One of the most common types of medical malpractice stems from errors with medications and drugs prescribed in hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities. Many of these medication errors stem from poor communication, improper training or simple carelessness on the part of the doctors and pharmacists who are charged with protecting patients.
At the law firm of The Gori Law Firm, our attorneys believe in holding people accountable for their mistakes, especially when they involve medication errors that cause significant or fatal damage to patients. If you have been harmed by a medication error, we have the experience to properly evaluate your claim and pursue the compensation you deserve.
Give us a call today to discuss your specific situation. From our office in Edwardsville, we serve clients throughout Illinois and Missouri, including those in the St. Louis area.
What Type Of Medication Error Injured You?
Doctor and nursing negligence is the cause of many medication errors in Illinois and Missouri, and by pursuing claims of medical malpractice against those responsible, patient safety may be improved in the future while providing for the needs of those who have already been injured. Common medication errors include:
- Prescription mistakes
- Complications linked to potentially dangerous medications
- Dosage errors
- Adverse reactions and side effects
- Dispensing errors
- Labeling errors
- Wrong medications
- Drug interactions
- Automated dispensing system errors
Medication errors can result in serious consequences and adverse reactions that can lead to long-term and fatal injuries. Obtaining compensation is important not only to pay for medical treatment, lost wages and other expenses but also to provide a sense of justice and closure for victims and their families.
Did Your Doctor Ignore Warnings?
Every year, the federal Food and Drug Administration issues warnings or recalls medication because of unforeseen side effects that can cause serious injury or death. In many cases, the drug manufacturer faces liability for damages. However, a prescribing physician may also be held liable if it can be determined that the doctor acted negligently regarding side effects or possible medical problems due to your condition or other medications you may already be taking.
Learn More About Our Medical Malpractice Law Firm
It is in your best interest to work with an attorney if you believe that you or someone you love has suffered an injury due to an avoidable medication error. Contact us at the law firm of The Gori Law Firm, in Edwardsville to schedule a free initial consultation with a medication error lawyer, where we will discuss your case and your options. You can reach us online or call us toll free at 888-362-6890. All cases are taken on a contingency basis.