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Act Quickly If You Suspect Medication Error

It can be difficult to tell if someone has suffered due to a medication error, but if you have any suspicions, call us. The legal team at Friedman, Domiano & Smith, has successfully handled countless cases throughout Northeast Ohio, and we can help you.

Medical Professionals Are Held To A High, Ethical Standard

Remember, medical professionals must uphold the highest standard of ethics because they are dealing with life and death situations. If they make mistakes, they should be held accountable. There are generally three types of medication errors:

  1. Too much medication: If a nurse or pharmacist gives you an accidental overdose, the results can be liver failure, kidney failure, respiratory depression or death.
  2. The wrong medication: When the wrong medication is administered, patients are harmed twice: first, for possible reactions to the wrong medicine; and second, for not receiving the actual medication they need.
  3. Improper timing of medication: Patients depend on health care providers to dispense medication on time. When providers fail to do so, complications can occur, especially when patients have conditions such as diabetes.

If you or a loved one has suffered as a result of one of these problems, it is crucial that you seek legal counsel. We can examine your case and provide you with answers to all of your questions. We know how these mistakes can result in life-changing symptoms. That is why we provide our clients with the quality representation they deserve.

Call Now; This Can’t Wait

The sooner you gather more information about your potential legal case, the better. We are here to help you understand your options and fight for the best possible solution. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Cleveland at 216-777-4121 today. You can also fill out our contact form online.

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