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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania & New Jersey Medication Error Lawyers

Understand Your Rights & Get the Help You Need

Though a vast majority of medication errors are preventable, the number of mistakes resulting in further harm, or even death, is astounding. Doctors and other medical professionals are expected to help you feel better. When their negligence results in further harm, it is not just an illness or injury you suffer; it’s a betrayal of trust.

At Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers, our team of highly experienced Philadelphia medication error attorneys has the skill and knowledge necessary to help you pursue damages. We are prepared to fight on your behalf and work toward getting compensation to handle medical expenses, lost wages, and more.

Call us today at (215) 392-6616 to schedule your free consultation in either Philadelphia or New Jersey. Our team understands what is at stake, and can help you fight.

What Is Considered a Medication Error?

A medication error occurs when, because of negligence, a patient is prescribed or given incorrect prescription drugs or dosages. As a result, the individual suffers harm that could have been prevented.

There are countless examples of medication errors, a few of which include:

  • Administering the improper type or dosage of a medication
  • Failing to review or update medical records
  • Mistakenly diagnosing health conditions
  • Misdiagnosing side effects of a particular medication
  • Failing to educate patients on what to do in the event of a medication problem

Common Types of Harm Caused by Medication Errors

A medication error could happen at any time during the medication-use cycle. This includes when the patient is given a prescription from their doctor, when they take the order to a pharmacy to get filled, and when the medication is dispensed to the patient. Although there are various guidelines on how a drug should be packaged and labeled, negligence on the part of medical professionals or pharmacists could result in serious errors that put the patient’s safety at risk. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 100,000+ suspected medication errors are reported annually.

Types of harm patients can suffer because of medication errors include:

  • Death
  • Serious injuries
  • Hospitalization
  • Disabilities
  • Birth defects

Call Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers (215) 392-6616 or contact us online for a free consultation, and allow us to help determine the viability of your claim. Our skill and dedication to assisting clients with medication error claims will be an asset in your case.

Case Results

See What We Have Recovered for People in Your Shoes
  • Baby in Delay of C Section $15,000,000
  • Police Negligence $3,200,000
  • Bus Accident $3,105,000
  • Pedestrian Injury $2,625,000
  • Medical Malpractice $2,000,000
  • Premises Liability $1,890,000
  • Civil Rights Violation $1,200,000
  • Motor Vehicle Accident $998,228
  • DUI Motor Vehicle Accident $985,000
  • Burn Injury $770,000 + Waiver of $1M WC Lien Settlement
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  • Team Approach to Handling Your Case

    Your case is given personal attention from every member of our experienced team.

  • Online Case Evaluation

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  • Multi-Million Dollar Settlements

    Our determination and relentlessness in court has resulted in multi-millions in settlements and verdicts.

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Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers Can Help

The injuries arising from medication errors can lead to civil action. The process for recovering compensation involves reporting the incident, filling out forms, identifying liable parties, filing a petition, and attending hearings (and, in some cases, appeals). Receiving representation from an experienced team of medication error lawyers in Philadelphia is of the utmost importance. Having a lawyer by your side can make the process easier to navigate.

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