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 should I do if my child started vomiting due to a prescription error?


Immediately take the child, along with any and all drugs administered to the child that day to the nearest Emergency room. Due to the speed with which some drugs are metabolized by the body, save a sample of the vomit if possible, in a clean container and take it with you. DO NOT give the child any other medicines, and do not try to make the child stop vomiting until he or she is seen by the doctor. Vomiting could save your child's life by getting the bad medicine out of their system. Save all your medication bottles, and the medications inside them. These will be very important to your claim against the pharmacy, because they are evidence.

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