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Pharmacy Errors

Pharmacy Error Lawyers in North Carolina

Serving Injured Clients since 1997

Like hospitals, doctors’ offices, nursing homes, dentists’ offices, specialists’ offices, and other similar facilities, pharmacies have a responsibility to provide patients with adequate care. When pharmacists and pharmacy staff make mistakes, innocent individuals can suffer serious consequences.

Lanier Law Group, P.A. has been representing the rights of medical malpractice victims for decades. If you believe a pharmacist’s negligence caused you pain, suffering, and other damages, we can help. Our North Carolina pharmacy error attorneys have extensive experience in this area of law. We know how to properly investigate your situation, build a strong case on your behalf, and fight tirelessly for the maximum compensation you are owed.

Get started with a free initial consultation by calling (855) 757-4204 or submitting an online contact form today.

Common Pharmacy Mistakes

Unfortunately, pharmacy mistakes happen relatively frequently.

Some examples of these mistakes include:

  • Misreading a prescription
  • Filling a prescription with the wrong dosage
  • Providing a patient with the wrong medication
  • Mistakes with medication refills
  • Miscommunication between pharmacy staff and doctors
  • Improper formulation
  • Failing to warn a patient of medication interactions
  • Failing to warn a patient of possible side effects
  • Providing incorrect instructions or failing to provide instructions to a patient

All of these and other pharmacy mistakes can have very serious, even life-threatening consequences. At Lanier Law Group, we believe that the liable party should be held accountable and that innocent victims of pharmacy errors should receive the justice and recovery they are owed.

Who Is Liable?

In most cases, the pharmacy itself can be held liable for a pharmacy error. However, it may also be possible to hold an individual pharmacist or member of the staff accountable for your damages. If a doctor was negligent in prescribing medication (for example, by prescribing the wrong medication), which was then incorrectly filled by the pharmacy, both the doctor and the pharmacy may be liable.

It’s important that you discuss your case with a qualified legal professional. A North Carolina pharmacy error lawyer will be able to discuss your potential options with you and help you determine the best course of action moving forward.

Request a Free Consultation Today

Lanier Law Group is proud to serve injured clients and their families. We strive to offer high-quality legal services based on personalized client attention and a results-oriented focus. Our team of attorneys and legal professionals understands the immense challenges you face, as well as how to navigate the legal process and fight for the full, fair compensation you are owed.

We offer free case evaluations, either over the phone or in person at one of our multiple office locations. If needed, we can also come to you to discuss your case. There is no risk in speaking with an attorney at our firm, as we offer all our services on a contingency fee basis. This means there are no upfront costs for you and you only owe attorneys’ fees if and when we successfully recover compensation on your behalf.

Contact us online or by phone at (855) 757-4204 today. Se habla español.

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