Pharmacy Error Lawyers

Have you suffered an injury after a prescription or pharmacy error? Get the answers you need to protect your rights


Q: How often are medication errors caused by illegible hand writing or similar drug names?


This is alarmingly common and it happens every day. Illegible handwriting by doctors is a problem, but it does not absolve the pharmacy of guilt. The pharmacist is supposed to call the doctor back when this happens to be sure the script they fill is correct.

  • Similar drug names can be confusing sometimes for everyone, but prescriptions are supposed to be double-checked to make certain you get the correct medicine at the correct dose.

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Galvin B. Kennedy
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