South Carolina Pharmaceutical Error Lawyer
Most people take their prescriptions without hesitation. They assume that the medication, dosage, and instructions on the bottle are all correct. They trust the pharmacist and their staff.
Unfortunately, thousands of people in the United States are injured or killed by prescription errors every year. If this has happened to you or a loved one, contact our Charleston law office online, or call 843-377-1700. In a free consultation, we will outline your legal options for pursing justice.
Common Pharmaceutical Errors
At the Rosen Law Firm, we represent people who have been permanently injured or made ill due to the following types of pharmaceutical errors:
- Bottles improperly labeled
- Failure to provide instructions
- Errors in filling prescriptions
- Filling the wrong medication
- Improper dosage
- Selling expired or defective drugs (a defective product case)
Those injured by a pharmaceutical error are truly innocent victims — victims whose only mistake was trusting their pharmacist. If you or a loved one has been harmed by a pharmaceutical error, legal recourse is available. Our firm will listen to your situation, explain your rights, and answer any questions you may have.
While it is hard to predict exactly how the body will react to an improper dosage or incorrect medication, a great number of pharmaceutical errors cause serious side effects and permanent damage. Some of these errors even result in death.
At the Rosen Law Firm, we are prepared to handle the most difficult pharmaceutical error cases. Attorney Susan Rosen has over 28 years of experience helping people who have been injured in all types of accidents. She will guide you through all aspects of your case — from investigating the pharmacist's error to negotiation or trial, if necessary.
Contacting Our Tri-County Area Law Office
Contact our Charleston law office if you have been injured by a pharmacy error. Call 1-843-377-1700 for a free consultation. We are available for evening and off-site appointments and handle personal injury cases on contingency fee basis. You pay no attorneys' fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement in your case.