It is important to know some of the more dangerous drugs for the elderly. This could help avoid a harmful interaction or other serious consequences. However, if you believe that in Louisville, nursing home neglect was the cause of your loved one’s injuries, you should consult with a law firm as soon as possible to see what legal options are available.

Here is a list of just some of the dangerous drugs for the elderly: 
  • Xanax;
  • Cordarone;
  • Elavil;
  • Donnatal;
  • Dulcolax;
  • Soma;
  • Mitran;
  • Limbitrol;
  • Diabinese;
  • Paraflex;
  • Tagamet;
  • Librax;
  • Prozac;
  • Valium;
  • Demerol;
  • Darvon; and
  • Restoril. 

There may be a number of other drugs that could be more dangerous to the elderly and more of a risk to a particular patient. Consulting with a doctor or pharmacy can help you determine if the medications your loved one is taking are safe and necessary.

Overmedication, or polypharmacy, is a serious problem amongst the elderly. Some end up taking drugs that are not necessary, are duplicated, do not interact well with other ones or are not properly taken. 

This can lead to severe or life-threatening illness or injuries and it may be a case in Louisville of nursing home neglect if the facility your family member resides in has failed to make sure the medications they are taking are safe.

To learn if you may have a case against the nursing home facility, contact a law firm who handles these types of cases. You will need an attorney who has knowledge of nursing home regulations, state laws and an understanding of nursing home abuse and neglect.

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A lawyer at Gray and White can help you handle every aspect of your claim. If you believe someone you love has been the victim of abuse or neglect, contact us today for a FREE, no-commitment evaluation of your case – 1-888-450-4456 or 502-210- 8942.
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