NYC Administering Incorrect Medication Attorneys
Simply stated, in order for medication to work, it has to be administered properly. When patients do not get the medication they need, or if it is dispensed improperly, they do not get the benefits of that medication. This can lead to catastrophic injuries or even death. If you or a loved one has been injured due to the failure to administer proper amounts of medication, you may have a claim for medical malpractice. In these situations, it is critical to work with lawyers who understand the many different legal issues involved in these types of cases.
For decades, people throughout the New York metropolitan area have called upon Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff LLP. Our lawyers know how to assist our clients to overcome the various obstacles that may stand in the way of full compensation. Medication failures can take on many forms, including:
- The failure to distribute the proper dosage of medication. Too much of a medication can lead to terrible consequences. Too little will fail to treat the underlying condition.
- Dispensing the wrong medication, medication at the wrong strength
- Dispensing the medication incorrectly (i.e. using the wrong method to distribute the medication)
We will closely review the medical documentation at hand and work with established medical experts who can show us when a doctor or hospital staff deviated from the appropriate standard of care. At the same time we are proving your case, our New York failure to administer medication malpractice lawyers and attorneys are also compiling evidence as to your damages. You have the right to receive compensation for your medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering as a result of the malpractice.
Once we have established both liability and damages, we will make a demand for your damages. If the opposition's insurance company is unwilling to treat you fairly, we will be fully ready to take your case before a judge and jury.
Call our law firm at 1-866-516-5887 or e-mail us to set up a free, confidential case evaluation.
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