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Pharmacy and medication errors, as our Brooklyn personal injury attorney can attest, are among the most dangerous of all medical errors. The prescription of the incorrect medication or the incorrect dosage for a given patient can turn even a simple illness into a nightmare for the victim and his or her family. In the most tragic cases, pharmacy and medication errors can result in wrongful death.
The Brooklyn medical malpractice attorneys of Proner & Proner have represented injured victims throughout New York in cases involving serious pharmacy and medication errors. Our New York City law firm can help you if you or a member of your family has been the victim of pharmaceutical malpractice. Please contact our personal injury law firm to schedule an evaluation of your case today.
Most patients do not question the medication administered or prescribed to them by medical professionals. This trust in the healthcare system is generally rewarded; however, when medication errors do occur, the results are often devastating. Common medication errors include:
In some medication error cases, the incident of malpractice occurs not with the physician or hospital staff but with the pharmacist. Common pharmacy errors include:
Unfortunately, instances of medical malpractice stemming from pharmacy and medication errors in New York and throughout the United States are not rare. According to a report published by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, approximately 1.5 million preventable injuries occur each year in the United States due to medication errors. Of these injuries, roughly 400,000 occur in the seemingly safe and trustworthy hospital environment due to hospital errors.
Victims who take legal action against negligent healthcare professionals protect not only their own interests but also the interests of others. By sending the message that medical malpractice is intolerable, victims and their families help to ensure that hospitals and pharmacies will take greater care in prescribing and administering medication in the future.
If you or a member of your family has been harmed by pharmacy and medication errors, our Brooklyn personal injury lawyers would like to speak to you. Contact Proner & Proner in New York City today to learn more about your legal rights and options.
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