It depends. Some people are willing to take a company’s apology, an offer of a gift card, or free merchandise after a prescription drug mistake. Mistakes are bound to happen, they think, so they let the incident pass.
However, this is exactly what the company is hoping for.
Here are a few reasons you might want to consider a CVS prescription drug error lawsuit:
- Your troubles may not be over. It’s hard to tell how long the effects of a medication mistake can last. Your insurance may provide for your needs now but may not cover a long-term condition.
- If it happened once, it can happen again. One benefit of a drug error case is identifying why the error happened—and how the company can keep it from happening to someone else in the future.
- Pharmacists care about people; pharmacies care about money. Your pharmacist may be a kind and caring person who made a mistake, but he may not be the problem. The company he works for will not change the way it does business unless it is forced to—and that means paying you for the company’s mistake.
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