Medication Error Injuries

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Have you or a loved one been harmed due to a medication error administered at a hospital or a prescription error made by a doctor or pharmacist? If so, our dedicated and trusted team of Greenville medical malpractice lawyers are ready to hear from you. Medication helps countless patients get better every year—but only when it is properly prescribed, measured, and handled by medical personnel. At Christian & Davis LLC, we believe that when these medication errors occur and someone is hurt, legal action is called for.

We've recovered millions on behalf of individuals who have been wrongly hurt. Let us assess your claim with a free case evaluation.

What is a medication error?

A medication error occurs whenever a patient is given medication that is a) not appropriate for their treatment, or b) is in the incorrect dosage. These errors can happen any number of ways both inside hospitals and outside of them, due to doctor office prescriptions and pharmacy missteps.

Typical examples of medication errors can include:

  • The doctor prescribes an incorrect dosage
  • The incorrect medication/dosage is given due to misdiagnosis
  • The medication is given to the incorrect patient in a hospital
  • The wrong or inappropriate prescription is given by a doctor
  • The wrong medication is provided by a pharmacist
  • The incorrect medication/dosage is given due to a nurse's error

If you believe that you or a loved one were harmed under one of these circumstances, then the time to seek legal counsel is now. At Christian & Davis LLC, our team of injury advocates has more than 95 years of collective legal experience and a legal nurse consultant on staff. We know what it takes to establish the wrongdoing that harmed our clients and, if necessary, compellingly communicate that negligence before a judge and jury.

Ready to start pursuing justice for your medication error injury? Our firm's ready to hear your story. Call us at 864.408.8890 today.