Have you suffered an injury after a prescription or pharmacy error? Get the answers you need to protect your rights
Q: How can I tell a good prescription error attorney from a bad one?
The best option when choosing a pharmacy error attorney is to search for a board certified lawyer. Board certified means that a lawyer has gone through an extensive process to meet certain qualifications. It is a voluntary designation program for lawyers and legal assistants and it is a distinguishing factor when you are researching pharmacy error attorneys.
Both Galvin B. Kennedy and David W. Hodges are Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This process requires attorneys to recertify every five years.
The requirements to achieve Board Certification by the state of Texas include:
Being licensed to practice law for at least five years
Devoting a specific percent of their law practice to personal injury law for at least three years
Attending continuing education seminars that keep them updated in their legal training
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