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The Lancione Law Firm

Medication errors are on the rise at an alarming rate, and many medication errors can cause significant personal injury or even death. In 2010, there were approximately 17,000 medication errors, and in 2016 the error rate increased to 94,000 according to data from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

This number is based on self-reported claims; thus, the 462 percent increase is likely underestimated. Medication errors injure 1.3 million Americans each year and kill one patient every day.

Khaliah Shaw is a 26-year-old from Georgia who was dispensed the wrong dose of a prescription drug she took for depression. As a result, she has a debilitating disease and is going blind.

Medication errors and Pharmacy errors fall under personal injury and medical malpractice law. John Lancione and The Lancione Law Firm of Cleveland, Ohio have 30 years of experience in advocating for the rights of those harmed by the negligence of a medical professional. If you or a loved one is injured because of a medication error, do not hesitate to seek legal representation. Call John; he will speak to you to determine if you have a case. The consultation is free, and you pay no fees until we win for you. Call: (440) 220-4439 or fill out our online case form.

This article is brought to you by The Lancione Law Firm.

The original article below is written by: Kyle Jaeger, as seen on attn.com.

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