Serious Injuries Can Occur When Pharmacists Make Mistakes
Pharmacy and medication errors occurring either with your local pharmacy or in hospitals and in outpatient care situations may be the basis for a claim.
When injuries have been minor, it is often not practical to bring an action against a pharmacy or a pharmacist who has made an error. When injuries are significant, however, Britcher, Leone & Sergio, LLC, may be able to help.
What Can Be Included in Seeking Compensation?
If you or a loved one suffered serious harm or if death occurred when a New Jersey pharmacy or pharmacist was negligent, talk to a prescription error attorney at Britcher, Leone & Sergio, LLC, in Glen Rock or Morristown. Lawyers at Britcher, Leone & Sergio, LLC, can evaluate your case and determine if negligence occurred, whether the injury is serious enough to bring a claim and what should be included in a claim. Frequently, claims are made for:
- Follow-up medical care
- Therapy and rehabilitation
- Lost wages
- Acknowledgment of pain and suffering
- Lost enjoyment of life
Trial Lawyers Representing the Seriously Injured
Your lawyer should also understand the intricate details concerning your injuries to demonstrate to insurance companies, a judge and a jury exactly how those injuries have affected you. Your lawyer must be able to develop all of the evidence to make a strong claim, either in settlement negotiations or in trial. At Britcher, Leone & Sergio, LLC, we believe the old adage, “a case prepared for trial will settle, but a case prepared to settle will end up getting tried,” so we prepare all cases for trial.
Our staff at Britcher, Leone & Sergio, LLC, includes medical and legal professionals who can fully address all of the medical issues involved in your pharmacy or medication error case. Our trial practice is led by attorney Drew Britcher. A Top 10 Super Lawyer, a Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyer in America and certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Civil Trial Attorney, he has achieved many successful results for our clients.