There was also no way for the patient to foresee that this powerful drug would cause her to suffer a stroke, prevent her from getting life-saving cancer treatments, and eventually lead to her death just a few short years later. Like most customers who have prescriptions filled in their neighborhood's local pharmacy, she took the drugs given to her and never suspected a medication error. The pharmaceutical doctor and pharmacy staff, however, should have known. There are no acceptable excuses for medication errors, which are an entirely preventable form of negligence or medical malpractice.
If you, or someone you care about, suffered injuries due to a medication error or pharmacy mistake, then you should reach one of our experienced and knowledgeable lawyers to discuss your case immediately. For decades, the attorneys of Gray and White Law have successfully represented the rights of Kentucky families who were injured and helped to restore lives. We are ready to learn about your claim, simply contact us for a free legal consultation via confidential e-mail or toll-free call at 1-888-450-4456.
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