Maryland Medication Error Lawyer

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Medication errors can result in personal injury or death. If you or a loved one has suffered from a medication error, you may be able to gain compensation for any harm done. Contact a lawyer right away at The Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice Jr. to begin building a medication malpractice case.

Identifying Prescription Malpractice

Prescription malpractice can occur if a patient is prescribed the wrong medicine or wrong dosage of a medicine. Prescription malpractice can also occur if an individual receives the wrong prescription. For instance, if medical staff mixed up two patients’ prescriptions, they’ve committed prescription malpractice.

Fortifying Your Case With Proof

It’s important to prove that any injury incurred is due to a medication error. We’ll strive to find out what went wrong, and who’s to blame for your medication error. In a medication error lawsuit, your personal injury lawyer will use the circumstances of your case to prove that a member of the medical field provided you with an incorrect prescription due to their negligence.

Compensations You May Receive

Medication error victims may receive compensation to offset any harm they’ve incurred during and after the medication error. These compensations can cover any excess medical bills, pain and suffering, any lost wages, and any emotional distress.
Please contact a representative at The Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice Jr. today to file a lawsuit. Our malpractice attorney will represent you as you navigate through court proceedings for your lawsuit.


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