Capable New York City Medication Error Lawyer
Medications can mean the difference between health and sickness or, in some extreme cases, life and death. We depend on nurses, pharmacists, doctors and other medical professionals to provide us with the right medication, in the right amount, at the right time. When they fail in that duty, your condition could worsen or you could sustain other serious injuries.
At Smiley & Smiley, LLP, our lawyers have been standing up for the rights of medical malpractice victims since 1968. With more than 80 years of combined legal experience, our team of attorneys has built a reputation for providing personal service and skilled representation in cases involving medication errors in New York City.
Types Of Medication Errors
Whether you receive the wrong prescription from your physician or the wrong amount of anesthesia during surgery, you may have a personal injury claim against the negligent parties who caused your injuries. Our lawyers have handled cases involving all types of medication errors in hospitals, clinics and other facilities. This includes errors such as:
- Giving the wrong medication
- Failing to account for allergies
- Giving too little or too much medication
- Mixing medications in a dangerous way
We know how to investigate, collect evidence and build a strong personal injury case for our clients. These cases frequently hinge on the thoroughness of an attorney's case preparation and investigation. We work diligently to review all documentation and evidence, and we frequently work with experts to build our clients' cases.
Contact A Prescription Error Attorney
Smiley & Smiley, LLP, provides free initial consultations and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our office is conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan across from Grand Central Station at 122 East 42nd Street, 39th Floor. Our staff includes speakers of Spanish and Haitian Creole. To contact a lawyer at our firm about your medication error case, call 212-986-2022 or call us toll free at 866-SMILEYLAW.