If you’re like many Americans, you probably get your prescriptions filled at a major chain pharmacy. While this may also serve as your neighborhood pharmacy - the staff knows you, and knows what kinds of medications you typically take - it doesn’t guarantee against the possibility of a prescription drug mistake.
When these types of errors happen, many customers are willing to forgive the incident. Maybe the administration of the chain sends them a letter or offers them compensation for the inconvenience. The trouble is, how can you tell if the corporation was responsible, or if the fault lies with the pharmacist himself?
Our experienced pharmacy error lawyers know that pharmacists have three key duties that directly prevent prescription errors:
If your pharmacist failed to perform any of these actions, he may be liable for the costs of your prescription drug injury.To get a FREE, one-on-one consultation on your prescription error case, call Kennedy Hodges today at (888) 526-7616.
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