Waukesha Pharmacy Errors Lawyer

When a doctor or other health care professional prescribes a drug to treat a patient’s injury or illness, the prescription contains specific instructions on what dosage is to be given to the patient. The doctor also includes specific instructions on how the medication is supposed to be taken by the patient. If either of these elements is incorrect or missing, a patient’s health could be at serious risk. Illness, organ failure, or even death could result from pharmacy errors. Pharmacists are responsible for correctly filling and labeling your medications so that your treatment is exactly as the doctor prescribed it to be. Studies show that as many as 10 percent of medical prescriptions are filled incorrectly each year. In some cases, pharmacists fail to consider drug allergies or drug interactions, which can cause health complications for patients that are taking multiple prescriptions. Most often, prescription medication errors are either a case of wrong medication or wrong dosage.

Victims of pharmacy errors may be eligible to seek damages including:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Lost earnings if the injuries or illnesses are disabling
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Pain and suffering
  • Wrongful death

Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is a law office with a team of talented Waukesha pharmacy error lawyers. The Waukesha pharmacy error lawyers have successfully fought for the rights of pharmacy error victims for many years. With 13 offices throughout Wisconsin, there is always a team of skilled Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® attorneys nearby to help you with any of your legal needs. Contact the Waukesha pharmacy error lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today for a free initial consultation. This consultation provides you the opportunity to have your case reviewed by an experienced Waukesha attorney. The Waukesha lawyers are dedicated to working closely with you to make sure that you receive the compensation that you deserve for your pharmacy error caused injury.