Prescribing Too Much Of The Right Medication Is Malpractice
Prescription drugs can provide temporary and long-term relief from a wide range of medical conditions. However, when prescription medicine is overdosed, individuals face serious and life-threatening implications. If you or your loved one was prescribed the wrong dosage or the wrong type of medication, obtain experienced legal counsel.
For three generations, The Lancione Law Firm, has taken on highly complex medical malpractice claims. We know how to prove fault against pharmacists who put their patients’ lives at risk when overlooking standard medical procedures. We also have a strong background holding pharmacies accountable for poorly training pharmacists and technicians responsible for medication overdose errors.
When the stakes are high, call our Ohio law firm at 440-331-6100 to schedule a free consultation and determine if you have a valid medical malpractice claim.
Holding Medical Professionals Accountable For Prescription Errors
Were you prescribed the wrong dosage after a pharmacist misread your doctor’s note? Did a pharmacist or a pharmacy technician give you the wrong medication? Was your loved one administered for a routine surgery and suffered serious complications after being given too much medicine?
Every prescription drug error is fact-specific. At The Lancione Law Firm, we have the skills and legal resources to take on highly complex medical malpractice claims. Our legal team conducts thorough investigations to determine if pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, doctors or nurses can be held responsible for:
- Failing to administer the right amount of pain medication
- Prescribing the wrong dosage or the wrong type of medicine
- Failing to take into account the patient’s medical history
- Misreading a doctor’s note indicating the right medicine to prescribe
- Failing to take into account dangerous drug interactions
Our Cleveland medical malpractice attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experienced seeking justice for victims of medication errors. We know the industry standards medical professionals are responsible to follow. If you believe your pharmacist, doctor or another health care professional put your life at risk when overlooking standard operating procedures, entrust our law firm to protect your rights. We work with medical experts to conduct thorough investigations. All of our pharmacist negligence claims are prepared with enough evidence to prove fault in trial. Insurance companies have been known to make full settlement offers and avoid going up against us in trial.
Suffered Overdose After Following Prescription Instructions? Give Us A Call.
If you or a loved one faced serious medical complications after being prescribed the wrong medication, call our office at 440-331-6100 or email our law firm for a free consultation. We are committed to helping victims of medical malpractice take a stance against the negligence they endured. Our medication error lawyers offer flexible, no-hassle consultations in Columbus and Rocky River, Ohio.
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