New Jersey Pharmacist Malpractice Lawyers
Like all health care professionals, pharmacists have a duty to ensure that they treat patients fairly and in a manner, which is consistent with the ethical and professional standards of their profession. Many pharmacist and pharmacies put patients first and treat them fairly, honestly and competently. Unfortunately, some pharmacists and pharmacies do not.
Pharmacists are licensed professionals who have a duty to ensure that they live up to the aforementioned ethical and professional standards. When a pharmacist fails to live up to these standards, patients can suffer greatly.
If you or someone you know has suffered as a result of a pharmacist or pharmacies negligence, contact our law firm immediately. Our attorneys represent those who have been harmed by the negligence of a pharmacy or pharmacist in all New Jersey counties including Monmouth County.
Pharmacist malpractice can occur if the pharmacist gives the patient the wrong prescription drug. If a patient hands a prescription to a pharmacist and that pharmacist gives the patient the incorrect drug and the patient suffers as a result, the patient may be entitled to compensation for any injuries they suffer. Additionally, if the pharmacist fails to provide the proper warning labels on a prescription drug bottle, the pharmacist may be responsible for any injuries, which occur as a result of the failure to warn of the potential dangers of the drug.
Regardless of the specific circumstances of your pharmacist malpractice case, if you or someone you know has been injured as a result of a pharmacist’s malpractice in any New Jersey city including the cities of Freehold or Red Bank or any other city, call our New Jersey personal injury law firm immediately. As with all malpractice cases, our lawyers will take on your pharmacist malpractice case on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not have to pay a legal fee unless our law firm successfully recovers compensation on your behalf.
If you contact our law firm, our attorneys will meet with you, discuss your case and the potential options and then proceed accordingly. If you retain our firm we will hire the necessary experts and or investigators to make sure that your case receives the attention it deserves. If you or someone you know wish to speak with a New Jersey personal injury attorney about your potential pharmacist malpractice case, call our law firm or click on the contact us tab. Our lawyers are available for a free consultation.