Royal Palm Beach Pharmacy Error Lawyers

In 2017, a survey revealed that 55 percent of Americanstake at least one prescription medication regularly. That means more than half the country is vulnerable to pharmaceutical malpractice.

Pharmaceutical malpractice is a kind of medical malpractice, but instead of doctors or nurses making the mistakes, pharmacists do. The thought of receiving a prescription that contains the wrong drug or dosage—or was intended for someone else entirely—may seem utterly absurd, but it happens far more often than many people realize. And when it does, the consequences can be catastrophic.

If you were the victim of pharmaceutical malpractice, you may be entitled to compensation for all applicable damages. To determine if you have grounds for a claim, turn to Donaldson & Weston.

Our track record of success demonstrates our commitment to excellence in every personal injury case we handle. Call 561-299-3999 to schedule a free case evaluation with a pharmacy error attorney in Royal Palm Beach.

We Will Make Sure the Insurance Company Treats You Fairly

Like any other healthcare provider, pharmacists need professional liability insurance. This coverage might be provided by the facility where they work, or they might purchase their own policy, depending on the nature of their employment.

Regardless of who manages the policy, though, it means victims of pharmaceutical malpractice must go up against a massive corporation to recover the compensation they deserve. Unfortunately, these companies have the resources to challenge every piece of evidence claimants submit. And in cases when liability is clear, they have adjusters who are not above using intimidating or bullying tactics during the negotiations.

If you turn to the medication error attorneys at Donaldson & Weston, though, you can focus on your health while we handle all correspondence with the insurance adjuster. We are familiar with the devious negotiating tactics that insurance companies employ, and we will not let them convince you to accept anything less than you deserve.

If the insurance adjuster remains uncooperative even after we provide substantial evidence of fault, we are not afraid to take the case to court. Although most claims are settled before reaching trial, we prepare each case as if it is going before a judge or jury so we can proceed to court without any delays if the circumstances demand it.

Fortunately, it rarely comes to that. We have earned a reputation in the community, and the local insurance providers know that we fight relentlessly on behalf of our clients. Therefore, they are inclined to settle—even if it means offering more than they anticipated—to avoid the hassle of costly court proceedings.