Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky

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Drug and Medication Errors

The medical malpractice attorneys at the Law Offices of Gregory Krasovsky provide legal support and representation to plaintiffs wishing to pursue a medication error lawsuit. In order to prove culpability and collect a significant drug or medication error injury settlement, you will need the assistance of drug or medication injury lawyer. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation; a drug or medication error attorney will explain your legal options and what you can expect to receive as compensation for your drug or medication error injuries.

Drug and medication errors can take place at virtually every step of the medical treatment process. For example, emergency room staff might neglect to ask about drug allergies. A doctor might prescribe the wrong medication for an ailment. Even after leaving the care of a doctor, negligence can still occur. For example, a pharmacist might negligently confuse medication or provide the incorrect dose. Unfotunately for all of us, mistakes like this happen all of the time, but if you have been injured as a result of negligence pertaining to drugs and medications, then you have a legitimate malpractice claim.

Drug and Medication errors can take many forms including:

  • Compounding (overly strong dosage)
  • Accidental Overdose
  • Emergency Room Administering of Drugs
  • Drug Allergies
  • Incorrect Prescription
  • OTC overdoses
  • Fentanyl Misuse
  • Painkiller Misuse
  • Neglecting Age Restrictions
  • Failure to Check Medical History


If you or your loved ones have experienced any complications as a result of the drugs prescribed, then contact our malpractice attorneys immediately. We handle cases about all drugs and medications and will hold all liable parities responsible for the damages caused.

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