Representing Those Harmed By Prescription Drug Errors
Prescription drug errors can have devastating consequences leading to lifelong consequences and even death. If you or a loved one has suffered from a medication error in a hospital or a pharmacy error, it is important that you speak with an experienced and knowledgeable medical malpractice attorney in Illinois as soon as possible.
When errors are made in filling prescriptions, administering drug dosages or communicating with prescribing doctors, it is the patient who experiences the most painful consequences. You should not suffer the costs, damages and loss resulting from prescription drug error without compensation from the responsible party.
Advocating For Your Rights In Prescription Drug Error Cases
Our medical malpractice attorneys handle prescription error cases in Chicago and the broader region. James D. Montgomery & Associates, Ltd., is widely known in Illinois and throughout the country for recovering substantial compensation awards through verdicts and settlements. We have been advocating for plaintiffs and protecting plaintiffs’ rights for over 40 years.
We collaborate with medical experts and independently investigate your malpractice claim to establish the full and fair value of your case. Our team aggressively pursues the maximum compensation that you are entitled to receive.
Let Us Help You Hold The Negligent Parties Accountable
In many cases, medication errors are not discovered until damage has been done. We understand the immense hardship you have endured. Our job is to relieve you of some of that burden, handle all legal aspects of your case and hold negligent parties accountable for recklessness such as:
- Mixing up patient names, drug names or pills that look similar
- Computer system errors
- Inadequately staffed pharmacies, hospitals or clinics
- Negligent hiring practices
- Failure to diagnose drug allergies
Our lawyers are skilled litigators with extensive experience prosecuting medical malpractice cases in state and federal courts. We handle complex, challenging cases involving complicated medical terminology, procedures and regulations regularly.