If you’re prescribed the wrong medication, not only will it fail to do what it is intended to do, but it can also have serious unintended side effects. If the wrong prescription has injured you, don’t wait to consult with an experienced South Carolina medical malpractice attorney.
Most medical malpractice cases involving the wrong medications settle out of court – whereby you and the medical professional’s insurance carrier negotiate mutually acceptable terms. Although your settlement will be unique to your exact situation, the compensation you can seek includes:
- The medical expenses you incur as a result of taking the wrong prescription
- The lost earnings you incur as a result of taking the wrong prescription
- The pain and suffering you incur as a result of taking the wrong prescription
If you can prove with convincing evidence that the doctor’s negligence was willful or reckless, you may also be eligible for punitive damages that are intended to punish his or her negligence.
Share Your Concerns with an Experienced South Carolina Medical Malpractice Attorney Today
Bobby Jones at Bobby Jones Law is a resourceful Greenville medical malpractice attorney who is well acquainted with complicated medical malpractice cases involving wrong prescriptions and is well-positioned to help you. For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact or call us at 864-428-9915 today.
Medical Malpractice FAQ
How long do I have to file my lawsuit?
In South Carolina, you have three years from the date you were injured by the wrong prescription to file your case.
Do I need an attorney?
Medical malpractice cases are so complicated – often requiring exacting expert witness testimony – that moving forward without an experienced medical malpractice attorney is not advised.
Can I afford an attorney?
Fortunately, you can. Most reputable medical malpractice attorneys work on contingency, which means you won’t owe anything until your case either settles or ends with a court award.