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The advances made in medicine over the last several decades are astounding. Unfortunately, with the sheer volume of prescriptions that are written each year, errors are becoming far too common. If you were given the wrong medication or the wrong dosage, an experienced attorney can provide legal advice on whether or not you should proceed with a personal injury lawsuit.
For more than three decades, the Nashville prescription error lawyers at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge have helped clients find the proper care and attention they deserve. The wrong medication can prolong your illness or even make it worse. When this happens, it is right to hold the liable party responsible. Our attorneys use our comprehensive network to thoroughly examine your case and provide honest feedback about the steps you should take to recover monetary damages.
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Pharmacists are under intense pressure to fill an enormous amount of prescriptions per day. It is not uncommon for a pharmacy to focus on productivity rather than personal service. When this happens, it is possible for errors to occur. Unfortunately, a prescription error can have catastrophic consequences.
Prescription errors can be caused by any number of circumstances, including:
If you or a loved one has suffered extended injury or illness due to a prescription error, schedule a free consultation with a medical malpractice lawyer at our firm. We can advise you on the best course of action.
Prescription medication is extremely strong and can cause a number of side-effects upon consumption. However, when more than one type of medication is taken, the drugs themselves can interact and cause severe effects. In these situations, it is the responsibility of the doctor and pharmacist to ensure that there will not be a dangerous drug interaction.
Some of the symptoms of dangerous drug interactions include:
There a number of issues that can lead to dangerous reactions to prescription drugs. For example, if a doctor prescribes a drug that you are allergic to, your life might be in danger. If you were prescribed a drug that had a dangerous interaction with a medication you were already taking, prescription errors or negligence may have occurred. It is crucial that you get legal help during this time. Our experienced advocates can listen to the facts of your case and provide the insightful counsel you need.
Prescription errors can result in serious and life-altering injuries. Don’t go through this time without qualified and caring counsel. You need Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge on your side. Our Nashville medical malpractice attorneys have decades of experience and understand the obstacles you are going through at this time. We have a team of legal professionals, investigators, and medical experts standing by to help with your case.
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