Pharmacy Errors

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, more than 100,000 cases of suspected medication errors are reported every year. That’s nearly 275 reports per day or 11 per hour. When you factor in the amount of unreported cases, these are staggering numbers. If you suspect you or a loved one are a victim of a pharmaceutical error, you’re not alone. 

Pharmacy Errors

At Goldman & Daszkal in Florida, we provide caring legal support to clients when pharmaceutical errors have caused physical and financial turmoil. Our experienced team of personal injury lawyers knows the gravity of these errors and what it takes to advocate for our clients at every stage of the process. When we take your case, we take the time to get to know you and your circumstances so we can honestly and accurately speak on your behalf.

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Our law firm is built on simple principles: honesty, trust, and tireless advocacy for our clients. We’re honored to get to know our clients as real people, which allows us to provide personalized support based on their individual needs. Please connect with us today to get started with a free, confidential consultation. We’re always here to help.

What Types of Damages Are Covered in a Florida Pharmacy Errors Case?

In a successful settlement or court case, there are several compensation types that you may obtain for your troubles. Common types of compensation in these cases include: 

  • Medical expenses 
  • Lost wages from missing work
  • Psychological and emotional suffering
  • Physical suffering
  • Other losses directly caused by the pharmacy error

Who May Be Held Liable in a Pharmacy Errors Claim?

When errors in medicine lead to disaster for consumers, there are several parties connected to the pharmaceutical that may be held liable for the damages. Ultimately, who bears responsibility in these cases depends on which of these parties is found negligent. 

Theory of Negligence 

In a personal injury case, the plaintiff (typically the victim of the error) must prove that the defendant owed a duty to the plaintiff. They must then prove that this duty was breached and that the breaching caused quantifiable or otherwise measurable damages. 

That said, responsible parties who may be found negligent in these cases can include:

  • Pharmacists
  • Doctors
  • Pharmacy technicians
  • Any other medical professional who owed a duty of care to the patient

Because proving negligence can be such a complex task, especially when several individuals and companies may be involved, it’s vital that you secure an informed pharmacy errors attorney to represent you in this matter.

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Pharmacy errors can cause numerous physical and psychological issues – from disabilities and birth defects to hospitalizations and even death. Our attorneys have provided legal aid to personal injury victims for over 30 years. We have the experience necessary to provide your case with the advocacy you deserve. Connect with our office today to schedule a free, confidential consultation.

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