Working For Justice After A Medication Error
Prescription drugs have helped countless people across the world live longer, healthier lives. The fact remains, however, that many of these drugs are extremely powerful. If someone takes the wrong drug, or the wrong dose of a drug, they could face devastating consequences.
Physicians have an obligation to prescribe the right type of drug to treat your medical condition. They must also take reasonable measures to ensure that a new drug doesn’t interfere with prescription drugs you are already taking. If you are taking medication in a hospital, nurses must be careful to make sure that you are taking the right drug and the right dosage. If you are out of the hospital, your pharmacist must follow the doctor’s orders when dispensing medication. Lastly, drug manufacturers themselves must provide proper labels and warnings.
An error at any point in the process can lead to life-threatening injury or death. Medication errors can cause permanent brain damage, heart problems or other severe health issues. In the aftermath of such an event, those who made mistakes must be held accountable. The lawyer you choose in your medical malpractice case will have a significant impact on how your case is resolved. Make a good choice. Choose The Epstein Law Firm.
Working Diligently To Resolve Malpractice Claims On Favorable Terms
Our law firm, based in Rochelle Park and serving clients across New Jersey, understands what is necessary to create effective medical malpractice cases. Our medical malpractice attorneys have the experience, the knowledge and the reputation that it takes to bring a serious medication error case to a satisfactory conclusion, through litigation or settlement negotiations, in court or out of court.
When our attorneys take a medication error case, whether it involves negligence on the part of a physician, nurse, pharmacist, drug manufacturer, nursing home or hospital, our goal is to move forward with it efficiently and effectively. We understand how important your case is to you and your family, and we are prepared to treat it with the urgency it is due.