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A Pharmacy Error Lawsuit Can Help You Recover Compensation for Prolonged Illness and Expenses

A pharmacy error lawsuit in Indianapolis, IN, can help patients who have been affected by mistakes committed by trusted medical parties. Pharmacy and medication errors can be caused by doctors prescribing medications and pharmacists or pharmacy technicians filling prescriptions. Our experienced and aggressive attorneys at Golitko & Daly can help you and your family seek the proper compensation and hold the negligent parties accountable for their actions. If you or a loved one has suffered due to a pharmacy or medication error, contact our law firm today to discuss your case in detail with our legal team. We provide a free consultation to review your case and help you understand your legal options.

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Errors on the part of pharmacists can have devastating results. We are here to help you recover.

Types of Pharmacy Errors

Our attorneys are very experienced and familiar with pharmacy error cases, and have successfully helped hundreds of clients seek compensation. A pharmacy error may be the result of a variety of mistakes, such as:

  • Incorrect substitution of measuring units
  • Incorrect mixing of medication
  • Use of the wrong ingredients
  • Mixing up two medications that look or sound the same

These errors can result in a patient receiving:

  • The wrong dosage
  • The wrong medication
  • Incorrect or inaccurate instructions
  • A wrong or incomplete warning label

Effects of Pharmacy Errors

Pharmaceutical errors fall under medical malpractice, and can result in serious complications and prolonged suffering for the patient. When a patient does not receive the appropriate medication for their illness or medical condition, not only do they continue to suffer with the current illness, but adverse side effects and other complications may arise. These complications may be due to a drug interaction with another medication they are taking, or could be the result of an allergy to an ingredient in the incorrect medication. In addition, the patient may suffer serious side effects of the medication, worsening their original condition that has still been left untreated.

Pharmacy and medication errors can result in dangerous drug interactions, overdose due to being given the wrong dose or incorrect instructions, serious side effects, dangerous allergic reactions, and more. These serious situations can cause lasting damage. The worst potential consequence of a pharmacy error is the wrongful death of a loved one. 

At Golitko & Daly, our attorneys are experienced in complicated pharmacy error lawsuits and can provide you and your family with the aggressive legal representation that you need to pursue your case.

Work with Our Experienced Attorneys

Our skilled legal team can help you recover and face the future. At Golitko & Daly, our attorneys are experienced in complicated pharmacy error lawsuits and can provide you with the aggressive legal representation that you need to pursue your case. We will actively seek compensation for any of the following:

  • Medical expenses, including additional medications, treatment, hospitalization, and more
  • Lost wages due to time off work without pay for an extended illness and recovery
  • Pain and suffering of the patient and their family
  • Reduced quality of life, especially if the error results in permanent damage
  • Loss of companionship and funeral expenses for family members if the error is fatal

Seek Restitution Today

If you or a loved one has suffered due to a pharmacy or medication error, contact our law firm today to schedule your free consultation. The experienced attorneys at Golitko & Daly can perform a thorough investigation of your case and begin building your case.

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