Effective Help For Those Injured By Medication Errors

Proper prescription and use of drugs has always been a cornerstone of effective medical care. That situation has only increased in recent decades as the pharmaceutical companies develop more and more drugs to treat a host of illnesses and medical conditions.

For medication to work properly, it must be handled properly. This means understanding what the drug does and does not do along with a whole host of other factors. Doctors, nurses and other health care professionals make mistakes with drugs that cause serious, even possibly fatal harm.

Medication errors can include:

  • Overdose
  • Failure to look for adverse drug interactions
  • Failure to monitor for harmful side effects
  • Prescribing or dispensing the wrong drug
  • Leaving people on a drug for too long

Here in Southern Georgia, we have a number of cases of MRSA. Doctors have prescribed gentamicin, a strong antibiotic to help fight MRSA infections. There have been instances of doctors prescribing this drug for weeks at a time when it should be used for no more than a few days. This is just one example of how even skilled professionals can make mistakes regarding medication.

Trial Experience You Can Place Your Trust In

At the Howell Law Firm, we are committed to helping those who have been injured by a medication error. Attorney Robb Howell offers representation that understands the local courts and how to present the most effective medical malpractice cases in them. Our area is a conservative one where few juries are willing to return a verdict for the plaintiff. He has secured a million dollar verdict in Lowndes County previously and he can use that experience to help you fight for the full compensation you deserve.

Our case results and testimonials pages highlight times when we were able to help people like you.

Our experience and skill can help you pursue the compensation you deserve. We offer free initial consultations. Call 229-589-8970 or contact us online.

We offer services to those harmed by medication errors on a contingency fee basis.