5 Things to Know about Pharmacy Malpractice Settlements

If your pharmacist or pharmacy injures you, the road toward recovery is likely challenging. While there are five crucial points to make about these complicated cases, the best way to help ensure that your case prevails is by working closely with an experienced South Carolina medical malpractice attorney from the outset.

One: Common Claims

The most common pharmacy malpractice claims involve the following:

  • Dispensing the wrong medication
  • Providing an incorrect dosage
  • Prescribing or administering a drug that the patient is allergic to
  • Providing improper patient instructions

Two: Time Limitation

You generally have only three years from the date of being injured to file your pharmacy malpractice lawsuit.

Three: Pharmacy Malpractice Claims Are Complicated

Pharmacy malpractice cases are some of the most complicated cases, and they generally require the expert testimony of expert witnesses.

Four: Working with an Experienced Medical Malpractice Attorney Is in Your Best Interest

It is challenging to bring your strongest case without the professional legal guidance of a dedicated medical malpractice attorney in your corner.

Five: Establishing Liability

Establishing the medical professional or facility’s negligence can be exceptionally difficult. Still, there are strict safety regulations in place concerning filling and dispensing medications that will guide how liability is established in your case.  

Speak with an Experienced South Carolina Medical Malpractice Attorney Today

Bobby Jones at Bobby Jones Law is an experienced Greenville medical malpractice attorney committed to helping you, so please don’t hesitate to contact or call us at 864-428-9915 today.

Medical Malpractice FAQ

What damages can I recover?

You can seek compensation for all the following:

  • Your medical expenses
  • Your lost earnings
  • Your pain and suffering

How will my attorney prove negligence?

Your medical malpractice attorney will likely bring in an expert witness to skillfully testify regarding the pharmacy malpractice.

How will I afford an attorney?

Your attorney will very likely work on contingency, which means that he or she won’t get paid until your case settles or you receive a court award.

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