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Victim of Pharmacy Negligence? Call Our Firm!

Like doctors, we trust pharmacists with our health and wellbeing, expecting them to dispense the correct dosage and type of drug for our medical conditions. A pharmacist's mistake can result in serious consequences, including severe injuries to the patient. If you believe you have suffered as a result of pharmacy negligence, our Norman personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Keith J. Nedwick, P.C. are ready to help.

With more than three decades of combined legal experience, we understand how to provide skilled, aggressive representation that garners positive results. To date, we have recovered millions of dollars through personal injury claims on behalf of our clients. Let our firm fight for the compensation you deserve.

Types of Pharmacy Negligence

Many pharmacy negligence cases involve incorrect dosage of a medication, the wrong type of medication, or incorrect instructions on how to take certain drugs. Any of these issues could results in serious damages.

While pharmacy negligence can take a variety of forms, most negligence claims fall into three main categories:

  • Negligence in dispensing medications –This category includes instances when pharmacists give individuals the wrong drug or the wrong amount. An individual could follow the instructions correctly, and still suffer harm due to this negligence.
  • Negligence in counseling – Pharmacists often counsel individuals regarding medications, explaining what the drug consists of and how it should be used. If a pharmacist fails to provide adequate counsel or explain possible drug interactions or adverse side effects, the patient may have grounds for a negligence claim.
  • Negligence in supervision – As there are too few pharmacists to meet a growing demand, pharmacies will often use pharmacist technicians to fill the gap. Pharmacists must supervise these technicians to reduce the potential for errors. All too often, this sort of supervision is lacking, which could result in harm to the patient.

Contact an Experienced Legal Team

No matter how complex your case may be, our team is prepared to handle it skillfully and effectively. We do not take shortcuts when working with our clients. Rather we use a collaborative approach, with as many as four Norman pharmacy injury attorneys reviewing the details of each case. So, when you work with our firm, you really receive a team of lawyers for the price of one. In addition, we keep our clients informed throughout the legal process, explaining any changes in strategy as their case unfolds.

We make it a priority to remain available to our clients, so you can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Learn how the right representation can make a difference for your case by completing a free case evaluation. Choose the firm that will never give up on you. Contact us today.

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