Pharmacy Error Lawyers

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


Q: What drugs are most often involved in medication errors?

A: Some drugs are commonly involved inmedication errors that can seriously injure or harm a patient. Sound-alike and look-alike names can frequently cause mix-ups in prescription medications and cause errors. Some of those can include:

  • Narcotic painkillers;
  • Antibiotics like penicillin and amoxicillin;
  • Cefazolin, another antibiotic;
  • Blood pressure medications like furosemide;
  • Blood thinners like Coumadin or warfarin;
  • Insulin
Download our free checklist of sound-alike prescription drugs to take with you to the doctor's office.

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Kennedy Hodges LLP

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