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Improperly Filled Prescriptions Lawyer Texas

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Improperly filled prescriptions lawyer

When you receive a prescription from the pharmacist, you assume that it will be correctly filled and make you better.  Sadly, pharmaceutical errors happen every day.

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If you or a family member had been injured because of an error in your medication, contact our team right away to find out if prescription drug litigation is the way to obtain compensation for your additional medical bills, lost income and pain and suffering. Pharmaceutical injuries can be devastating for life so you need the best lawyer possible to get proper compensation.

If your doctor has prescribed the wrong medicine or the wrong dosage for your condition, you may have a case.  If you received a prescription for medication that was later shown to be dangerous, you may be able to join with others affected by the same drug in a class-action lawsuit.

Aggressive drug litigation is often the only way that patients injured by dangerous prescription drugs can receive compensation for their injuries.  Our team has extensive experience litigating cases against pharmaceutical corporations.

TYPES OF PHARMACY NEGLIGENCE

There are a number of ways in which a pharmacy may be negligent in filling a prescription. They include:

  • Supplying the wrong drug

  • Listing the wrong dosage on a label

  • Providing incorrect instructions on how to take the medication

These mistakes can lead to an overdose or adverse reaction, resulting in serious injury and even death. If you’ve had a prescription improperly filled by a pharmacist or assistant at a drug store, supermarket, or any other place that dispenses medication (mail service, big box store, etc.), it is imperative that you contact Giunta Law to consider your rights. Although the pharmacy will often ask you to return the medication after you discover a mistake, you should not do so until you discuss the matter with an attorney.

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