Are You Suffering After a Medication Error?

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Whether it was a doctor prescribing you the wrong medication, the pharmacy filling the wrong prescription, or any other error in your medication that caused you harm, you have rights. It’s important to hold medical professionals accountable when they do something wrong and you get hurt as a result.

Put a Boston medication error lawyer on your side today by calling our team at Jim Glaser Law at 617-906-8775 or filling out our online form for a free case review. We’ve helped countless injured individuals in Boston and across the state of Massachusetts get the justice and compensation they deserve.

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Medication Error Injuries Are Terrifying

When you get sick or hurt because someone you trust with your life made a critical error in your medication, it’s devastating both physically and emotionally. You could be facing even more medical bills piling up, and you don’t have the medication you need to get better. You may even be afraid to try to get it refilled because of the potential for another error, and that fear can be crippling.

Jimmy knows what you’re going through and, together with his team, is ready to work toward getting you the justice and compensation you’re owed. Money can’t fix the harm you’ve suffered, but it can help you begin to move forward. Our pharmaceutical liability lawyers are here for you and ready to fight for your rights.

What Is a Medication Error?

There are a variety of situations that can cause medication errors, and most are a form of medical malpractice. A doctor could prescribe the wrong medication or dosage, resulting in injury. A pharmacist could make a mistake when filling your prescription, substituting a dangerous drug instead of the one you need. A medical professional could also fail to warn you about the potential dangers of a drug. Whatever the case may be, you have rights and could be entitled to compensation for the pain you’ve endured as a result of someone else’s mistakes.

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How Do I Know If I Have a Case?

The best way to know whether you have a case after suffering from a medication error is to speak with a qualified and experienced attorney. Jimmy knows just how complex these cases can be, and he knows how to help you navigate the tricky legal process.

If the error was on the part of a medical professional, you could have a medical malpractice case. If the drug itself was defective, you may have a drug injury claim. The best way to be sure of your options is to talk to our Boston medication error lawyers at Jim Glaser Law today.

Did You Experience a Medication Error? Jimmy Knows How to Help!

If you’ve been harmed as a direct result of a medication error, don’t wait to contact us at Jim Glaser Law today. The sooner you reach out, the sooner we can help!

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Medication Error FAQs

Medical negligence comes into play in almost every medication error case. Doctors, pharmacists, and other health care professionals have an obligation under the law to act responsibly toward their patients. When they fail to do so, and their irresponsible actions cause you harm, it can be considered negligence. To have a successful case, you will need to prove that they acted in an irresponsible way, that their irresponsibility caused the error, and that you got hurt because of the error. This can be quite complex, so having an experienced attorney on your side will be to your benefit.

Pharmaceutical liability comes into play if you take a defective drug and you use it exactly as instructed but suffer harm. In terms of a medication error, it usually means there was a danger to using the drug that your doctor, pharmacist, or the manufacturer knew about or should have known about and failed to inform you. If this happened to you and you got sick or hurt as a result, contact our team at Jim Glaser Law right now to discuss your case.

In Massachusetts, there are several windows of time that come into play for medical malpractice cases, known as the statute of limitations. This law states that you have three years from the date of the alleged malpractice, but there are also allowances to start the clock from the date you first became aware of the injury. If the injured person is a minor, the window is three years from the date that the minor’s parents became aware of the issue. The absolute time limit for medical malpractice claims is seven years, regardless of when you became aware of the injury.

Medication error cases, whether they’re considered medical malpractice, drug injury, or a combination of both, can get very complex. The responsible party will likely have lawyers on their side representing insurance companies and health care systems. Your best chance to get the full compensation you deserve for your lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other problems is to work with a Boston medication error lawyer who knows how to handle these cases and has your best interests in mind. All you have to do to get started is contact our team at Jim Glaser Law today.