Compensation And Justice For Victims Of Pharmacist Malpractice
Pharmacists are licensed medical professionals, trained to precisely measure and dispense prescription medications. But like other medical providers, they can make mistakes that cause serious injuries or death.
If you or a loved one has suffered harm due to pharmacist malpractice, you have the right to claim compensation for your financial losses and pain and suffering. You should speak with an experienced medical malpractice attorney as soon as possible.
Advocates For Victims Of Pharmacy Negligence
At Clark, Perdue & List, in Columbus, Ohio, we have been representing victims of medical negligence for more than 30 years. We work hard to hold negligent medical providers responsible for their actions and to obtain full compensation for our clients. We provide the same level of service for people who suffer because of a pharmacist’s mistake.
Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA represents people in pharmacist negligence cases involving:
- Wrong dosages of prescription medications
- Dispensing the wrong prescription medications
- Dispensing old or out-of-date prescription medications
- Failure to advise customers of the risks of certain medications
- Filling forged or altered prescriptions for dangerous painkillers
- Other types of pharmacist negligence
Our lawyers have the investigative resources and trial advocacy skills needed to successfully pursue cases involving pharmacist negligence. We will seek full compensation for your medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering.
To learn more about your rights and how we can help you, speak with our lawyers. When Clark, Perdue & List, represents you, we will be your strong advocate, working hard to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Free Consultation With An Attorney
To discuss your case with one of our Columbus, Ohio, pharmacist malpractice attorneys, contact Clark, Perdue & List.
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