Medication Errors

Often individuals at nursing homes are using a number of different medications. The correct dosage for each medication is crucial for their health and for a high quality of life. If there are mistakes made in prescriptions the error can be devastating, causing serious health conditions and even death. If your loved one suffered from a medication error contact our lawyers today.

Our law firm Jeffries, Kube, Forrest & Monteleone Co. L.P.A. will do everything in its power to bring your issue to light and fight for the compensation you deserve. With seasoned attorneys at your side, we will use our experience and knowledge of the law to address your concerns and assist you and your family through this difficult process. Know that you are doing the right thing. It is important to address these matters for your loved one so that other individuals do not suffer the same fate.

Contact Cleveland attorneys handling nursing home medication errors. Our law firm can be contacted toll free at 888-341-5854 or at 216-592-8364.

Types of Medication Errors

Medication errors can occur in a number of different ways stemming from various professionals, including:

  • Doctors: A doctor may accidentally prescribe the wrong medicine, improper dosage or a contraindicated medicine.
  • Pharmacists: An internal or external pharmacy might fail to recognize or notice two drugs that are contraindicated.
  • Nurses: A nurse may miss or improperly transcribe the medication and the mistake goes undetected.

Ohio Medication Injury Attorney

A healthy woman goes into a nursing home to recover from leg surgery, and she dies of a prescription error. The doctor blames the nurse. The nurse blames the pharmacist. The pharmacist blames the nursing home. You and your family lost a loved one and can’t get a straight answer as to what happened. Unfortunately, these situations are not uncommon. While there is no way anyone can replace your family’s loss, our law firm helps your loved ones recover damages and bring their situation to the attention of the public. Making individuals aware and holding medical professionals to a standard of care is part of what we do as attorneys.

Contact an Ohio Attorney Handling Medication Injuries

Let our lawyers compassionately handle your situation and make a difference in your life and the lives of others. Contact us online by calling us toll free at 888-341-5854 or at 216-592-8364.

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