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Medication Error

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Despite the many regulatory laws, rules and precautions taken to keep patients safe, prescription drug errors still occur at an alarming rate in the United States. Medication errors happen when doctors, hospitals, pharmacies or other healthcare providers prescribe and administer the wrong medications, the incorrect amounts, conflicting combinations, or medications that the patients are allergic to. Errors also occur when the pharmacies or pharmacists give patients the wrong medicines while filling a prescription.

Medication errors can cause a variety of injuries ranging from minor injuries to severe injuries including brain damage, paralysis, neurological injury, and death. Those who prescribe medications that cause medication errors are responsible for resulting injuries to patients.

Prescription drug errors can occur at a hospital, pharmacy, nursing home or at clinics. These errors occur for a number of reasons:

  • Wrong dosage
  • Dangerous drug interaction
  • Wrong drug
  • Wrong instructions
  • Incorrect diagnosis
  • Illegible prescription
  • Allergic reaction


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In choosing the right law firm to represent you in a medical malpractice case, it is crucial that you look for a firm that possesses the skill, experience, knowledge, and the ability to most effectively present your case. With offices in Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, the firm serves clientele through out South Florida, as well as the entire state. At Forman Law Offices, the philosophy is simple: Seeking justice.

The hiring of a medical malpractice lawyer in Florida is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our malpractice firm’s qualifications and experience.

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