New York Prescription Error Attorneys
Serving New York, New Jersey, & Connecticut
Today’s medications are more potent and refined than ever, effectively targeting and treating many diseases and conditions. Unfortunately, when they are not prescribed or administered correctly, they can cause serious harm and fatalities.
Prescription errors may arise from medical malpractice or hospital negligence. In most cases, either the wrong medication is given to a patient or the wrong dose of the right medication is administered. Injured patients and their families can bring a claim against responsible health care providers — and be awarded compensation for their damages and losses — when medication errors cause them harm.
When a Prescription Error Hurts You or Your Family
At the Jacob Fuchsberg Law Firm, our attorneys step in and represent clients throughout the New York metropolitan area who have suffered injury or wrongful death due to medication or prescription errors. We have decades of experience with medication-related matters such as:
- Nursing errors
- Surgical or anesthesiological negligence related to drugs
- Improper pharmaceutical compounding
- Overdoses in hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted-living situations
- Allergic reactions
- Mistakes made by pharmacists and pharmacies
- Comas and death that result from medication-related malpractice
Free Consultation with Our New York Prescription Error Attorneys
Our attorneys handle medication and prescription error cases in New York City and all of New York State, Connecticut and New Jersey. Contact us to schedule your free consultation to discuss your concerns. We charge no fees until we recover compensation for your family.
VERDICTS & SETTLEMENTS
Widow brought a wrongful death suit against a doctor after botched surgery of her husband.
Infant was brain damaged at birth due to the failure of a doctor to perform a c-section.
A wife and mother of three was paralyzed as a result of a faulty car roof design.
Failure to order an MRI resulted in permanent paralysis of a 14-year-old boy.
An infant was neurologically impaired as a result failure to perform a c-section.
Wrongful death of a pregnant woman and one of her babies, leaving the other brain injured.