Medication Errors & Defective Drugs

For as much good as the right medication can do, the wrong medication – or even the right medication in the wrong quantity – can cause serious harm. Defective drugs can be just as damaging, resulting in severe medical complications or even wrongful death.

If you believe that you or someone you care about has been the victim of a medication error or a defective drug, you need to get in touch with a trusted medical malpractice attorney immediately. Find out what your rights are. Make sure your rights are protected. The law office of R Steve Bowden & Associates PC has decades of experience. Our team approach includes personal attention and individualized service in every case. Contact our North Carolina medicine malpractice lawyers for a free initial consultation.

Help for Victims of Medication Errors

In prescription drug mistake cases, our lawyers must conduct an investigation to determine how the error occurred. Did the doctor write the decimal point in the wrong place on the prescription? Did the doctor indicate the wrong drug on the prescription? Did the pharmacist misread the prescription, providing the wrong dose or the wrong drug? Did the pharmacist provide the victim with the wrong person’s medication? We will find out what happened and hold the negligent party accountable.

Defective Drugs Are on the Shelves

On a regular basis, there are news reports of a drug that causes catastrophic harm to its users. Perhaps the drug was not tested properly before it was put on the shelves. Perhaps its manufacturer indicated that it could be used for something that it should not have been used for. While these drugs are often recalled, victims can suffer permanent damage. We can help. We will stand up to large pharmaceutical companies in order to get you compensation.

You Deserve an Experienced Lawyer on Your Side

At the law office of R Steve Bowden & Associates PC, our goal is simple: to meet your needs and get you fair compensation. You will have us on your side from start to finish. Contact our Greensboro medication errors lawyers for a free initial consultation.

Home and hospital appointments are available.

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