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Doctor and Pharmacy Medication Errors and Malpractice

A medication error or drug interaction can cause serious harm, including permanent disability, illness and death. Whether that error occurs as a result of a doctor who incorrectly prescribes medication or a pharmacy that incorrectly fills a prescription, you may have a right to recover compensation for the unnecessary pain you or your family suffers.

For more than 25 years our attorneys at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C., have represented clients in serious medical malpractice cases. We have built the foundation of our practice on a proud reputation of client service and success.

Based in New Castle, Pennsylvania, we work to provide answers, compensation and justice for clients across the Greater Pittsburgh Area.

Medication Error is a Serious and All Too Common Problem

Government agencies report that more than a million people every year suffer due to medication error. A missed drug interaction, an incomplete medical history to reveal allergies, a mistake calculating the dosage — these are just a few examples of how negligence can lead to serious injury or wrongful death.

Our lawyers work to help your family get answers and compensation for the mistakes of medical professionals. We have proven experience and extensive resources to handle the complex issues that arise in medical malpractice and medication error cases involving:

If you suspect that a medication error caused you or your family injury, it is important to act quickly to protect your rights. Rely on our respected trial lawyers for guidance you can rely on at every phase of your case.

Discuss Your Medication Error Case With an Attorney

To consult with our lawyers if an anesthesia or medication error has caused you or a family member injury, call us toll-free at 1-800-777-4081 or contact our office online.

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