Pharmacy Error

Holding Pharmacies Accountable Prince Law
All drugs have the potential to be dangerous or even deadly when prescribed, filled or administered in a negligent or incorrect manner. When filled and administered correctly, prescription drugs can prevent and treat many medical ailments and problems, contributing to a better quality of life for many patients.

Just as physicians and nurses are required to uphold a certain standard of care, pharmacists also have a legal duty to protect their patients from unreasonable harm. When a pharmacist is negligent in administering a prescription, adjusting the dosage of a medication or failing to detect dangerous drug combinations, it is necessary to hold the pharmacy and pharmacist accountable to compensate the victim and bring about a necessary change in policies and procedures.

Prescription drug errors arise from pharmacy mistakes at places CVS, Rite Aid, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Target, Fred’s and in grocery store pharmacies such as Kroger, Safeway, and QFC, and are more common that most people think.

Free Consultations with a Pharmacy Error Attorney

If you or a loved one have suffered a serious injury due to a pharmacy error, please contact Prince & Associates, PLLC to discuss the life-altering consequences of this type of negligence and secure the maximum compensation you deserve. We offer flexible appointments to meet your needs. All cases are handled on a contingency basis. This means you pay nothing unless you get compensation. Call (888) 844-9406 to begin the FREE, CONFIDENTIAL evaluation of your pharmacy error claim.

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