You may still file a medication error malpractice claim in Louisville Kentucky if you trashed the medication. Since you can still gain the necessary documentation to prove the medication error, you can file a medical malpractice claim. An attorney should be sought to help you gather the evidence you need to build a solid claim. 

If you have not already done so, seek medical attention if you have taken the wrong medication or dose prescribed to you. You could suffer adverse effects, which may need immediate medical treatment. 

The next step is to list all of the medications you have been taking, as well as the ones you have received in error. Contact the pharmacy for a copy of the medication information you threw away. This way, you will at least have documentation that shows the mistake took place. 

In order to also build a successful case, you should gather documents that contain your medical history. You should also keep or gather any other reports that indicate you suffered adverse effects from taking the wrong medication. 

By having an attorney on your side, you can have help acquiring the rest of the pertinent materials, which includes: 

  • Affidavits;
  • Expert witnesses;
  • Records from the healthcare professional (usually retrieved with a subpoena); and
  • Professional records of the doctor who prescribed your medication 

 

How a Louisville, Kentucky Medication Error Malpractice Attorney Can Help 

Since every state is different in the documentation required to make a medication error malpractice claim, it is important to consult with an attorney for guidance. The Law Offices of Gray & White specialize in medication errors, and they are ready to help you build your case. Contact us now for immediate assistance at 888-450-4456. 

Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law