Pharmacy Mistakes

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Pharmacy Medication Errors Lawyer

Did the Pharmacy or Pharmacist Make a Mistake?

When we leave the pharmacy with a prescription, we assume that we’ve been given the right drug, the right dosage and the right directions for taking it. More often than not, that assumption is correct. We go home. Our illness or condition improves. There are no adverse effects. All is well.

What you may not know is that pharmacies make a lot of mistakes. In fact, statistics suggest that pharmacy mistakes may account for nearly 100,000 deaths in the United States each year.

The Help You Need Right Now

Since 1970, attorneys at Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi, PLC have been obtaining justice and compensation for people harmed by pharmacy and pharmacist mistakes in the Memphis Tri-State Area. Today, we are here to help you and your family too. If you think that you have been harmed by a pharmacy’s or pharmacist’s mistake — call or contact us for a free consultation today.

What Happened and Why?

Pharmacy-related medication mistakes happen for various reasons but are directly related to the fact that pharmacies are often understaffed. In some of the pharmacy cases we’ve handled, one pharmacist might be responsible to fill hundreds of prescriptions in a single shift while supervising two or three non-pharmacist assistants. This is just one recipe for disaster. Other causes include technology or communication errors, sound-alike or look-alike drugs, and improper instructions.

Don’t Wait to Talk to a Lawyer

Whether your case involves a deadly allergic reaction or permanent physical harm caused by being given the wrong drug, we can help. That said, the sooner you get in touch with us, the better our chances will be to secure the evidence it will take to prove your claim. In addition to the need to investigate what happened and preserve evidence — there are limits to the amount of time in which you have to file a lawsuit.

One Call, That’s All … Dial 901-526-2126 Today

Whether you come to see us in Memphis, Tennessee, or we travel to meet with you in your home or at the hospital — the consultation is free, no strings attached. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day. You can also contact us online at any time.

We handle personal injury and wrongful death cases involving pharmacy mistakes on a contingency basis; we do not charge any legal fees unless we obtain a settlement or verdict on your behalf.