Philadelphia Nursing Home Neglect Attorneys: Medication Errors
Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have a responsibility to protect and provide for our loved ones. When they fail, such as when they are responsible for a medication error, serious consequences can ensue. Nursing home facilities and their staff need to be held accountable for their actions. The Philadelphia law firm of Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman, P.C. — sponsors of MyPhillyLawyer.com — can help.
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Medication Errors: Pharmacy Errors, Doctors' Errors, Nursing Errors
Medication errors can occur at every level of nursing home care. The law office of Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman represents clients in regard to all types of prescription mistakes:
- Filling the wrong prescription
- Misdiagnosing the condition leading to prescription error
- Prescribing too high of dosage
- Giving the incorrect dosage
- Mixing up residents' medications
- Failing to give the medication with food or water
- Mixing medications leading to serious side effects
- Failing to warn residents of the side effects
We offer strong, compassionate representation when these errors have harmed - or killed - your loved one. It is not enough for the nursing home to explain the matter away. We negotiate with the insurance company for the highest compensation possible, and if they do not give us what you deserve, we will take them to court. There is simply no excuse for negligent care in a nursing home.
The Representation You Need From Experienced Trial Lawyers
We represent nursing home residents who suffered due to medication errors. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your rights and legal options. There is absolutely no risk. If we don't recover compensation, you owe us no fees or costs…guaranteed.