Sacramento Medication Error Attorney
Medication Errors in Sacramento, CA
Whenever a medical professional is prescribing, filling, or administering a prescription drug, he or she has a responsibility to the patient to ensure that the drug is the correct dosage, that the drug is medically necessary, that it is being prescribed for the right reasons, that the drug is the correct prescription for the given ailment, and that the drug will not cause an adverse reaction because of a known allergy or because of an interaction with another drug that the patient is currently taking.
Innumerable people have suffered because they were given drugs that worsened their condition, or drugs that did nothing to help. Although the nature of medical malpractice suits makes them both complex and arduous, our firm is well-equipped to represent your case. We have successfully fought for millions of dollars for our clients, and we are prepared to do the same for you.
Sacramento Prescription Drug Malpractice Lawyer
Prescription drugs are regulated precisely because they are potent, powerful, and potentially dangerous. It is well-documented that abuse of these drugs can lead to serious injuries and even death, but unintentional misuse of theses drugs is less-documented. Medication errors are an incredibly common mistake among hospitals, doctors, nurses, and pharmacies. Unfortunately, they are also often overlooked by victims and caregivers alike. Medication errors are not mere accidents; they are the product of negligence and are a form of medical malpractice.
If you or someone you love was harmed because of a prescription drug error, it is important that you retain professional legal counsel from an experienced Sacramento personal injury attorney. At the Pacific Attorney Group, we have more than three decades of combined experience working with victims of preventable accidents. Call us today for more information about how we can help you pursue fair compensation for your injuries.
Contact a Sacramento medication error lawyer at our firm as soon as possible if you or someone you love has fallen ill or suffered injuries because of prescription drug negligence.