Prescription errors occur much more frequently and pose a greater risk to patients and family members than is acceptable. That is why the experienced lawyers at Gray and White Law work hard to successfully handle prescription mistake cases or claims on behalf of clients or their family members. When we obtain large settlements against pharmacies or hospitals for pharmacy errors, then we effectively minimize future medication mistakes from occurring by reminding pharmacy companies, such as Walgreens or CVS, that prescription mistakes can seriously injure people and such negligence or malpractice will not be tolerated.
Did you know that medication mistakes make up nearly 25% of all medical malpractice cases? Did you know that prescription mistakes or medication errors cause up to 7,000 deaths every year? Did you know that a hospital mistake can also result in harmful injuries relating to a medication dosage error?
Gray and White Law has successfully handled pharmacy error cases and medication mistake claims against major pharmacies, hospitals, doctors and nurses for injuries caused on behalf of clients. If you suspect that you, or a person you care about, may have been the victim of a medication error, prescription mistake or medical malpractice, then you should contact our law firm immediately.
Gray and White Law has helped many families throughout Kentucky whose loved ones have suffered physical injuries as a result of a hospital mistake or medication mistake. Our team of experienced lawyers is ready to learn more about your case and to address any questions or concerns you might have. Contact us at any time for your free legal consultation via confidential e-mail or by toll-free call at 1-888-450-4456.
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