In the previous lawsuit, the CVS pharmacy allegedly dispensed to a customer in a negligent manner the wrong type of blood pressure medication, that is, one that lowers her blood pressure although her physician prescribed medication to raise her abnormally low blood pressure.
These prescription errors are cause for concern as the same pharmacy committed medication errors within a period of four months, and the plaintiffs in each of the lawsuits required medical attention as a result of the pharmacy's medication mistakes.
We hope that the victims of the prescription erros recover quickly and completely. Further, we encourage everyone to check their prescriptions carefully and to ask their pharmacists questions, regardless of where you have them filled, but especially if the pharmacy has a history of making mistakes. According to nationwide research, prescription errors are made in as many as 10% of all prescriptions that are filled in our country. These statistics include incidents relating to both the wrong medication or the wrong dosage dispensed.
Gray and White Law is among the Commonwealth's top personal injury and medical malpractice and negligence law firms. For more information on pharmacy errors and negligence, and what your rights are under the law, or if you suspect that you, or someone you care about, suffered injuries or was the victim of someone else's mistake, then you should contact our attorneys who specialize in medication errors and medical malpractice claims immediately for your free legal consultation. We are ready to learn about your case and to address any questions or concerns you might have, simply call us toll-free at 1-888-450-4456 or send a confidential e-mail at any time that it is convenient for you.
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