Sheboygan Pharmacy Errors Lawyer

Every time that a doctor prescribes a drug, there is a specific set of instructions included that mandate the strength of the drug and the instructions on administering the drugs. Receiving the incorrect drug can lead to serious medical effects including illness, organ failure, and death. It has been reported that each year as many as 10 percent of medical prescriptions are filled incorrectly. Pharmacists have the responsibility to fill prescriptions accurately, just has the doctor has specified. When this does not occur, people are put at risk for dangerous drug interactions, overdose situations, and illnesses. In some cases, pharmacists do not consider drug allergies and drug interactions, which can lead to major complications for patients who have to take multiple medications. More often than not, prescription errors are a case of filling a prescription with the wrong medication or the wrong dosage.

Pharmacy error victims may seek damages that include:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Lost earnings if the injuries or illnesses are disabling
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Pain and suffering
  • Wrongful death

The Wisconsin law firm of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® has a team of skilled Sheboygan pharmacy error lawyers. Having successfully represented numerous pharmacy error victims in the past, the Sheboygan lawyers have experience you need to prosecute those who have caused you harm. With 12 offices throughout Wisconsin, Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® has quickly become one the largest and most successful personal injury law firms in the state. Your initial consultation with the Sheboygan pharmacy error lawyers costs nothing at all and provides you the opportunity to have your case evaluated by a knowledgeable attorney. The Sheboygan lawyers will work closely with you to ensure that you receive the compensation that you deserve. Contact the Sheboygan office by calling (920) 459-8000 today to schedule your consultation and begin the process of protecting your rights.