Long Island Pharmacy Error Lawyers
When you have been prescribed medication for an illness or injury but the medication actually worsens your health, you want an experienced personal injury attorney in Suffolk County to protect your rights. The wrong medicine or the wrong dosage can be extremely detrimental to your health, leading to complications that can last indefinitely and can make it difficult or impossible to return to your normal daily life. An experienced lawyer can help you protect your interests.
At Rosenberg & Gluck, in Holtsville, we bring nearly 30 years of personal injury experience to people throughout Long Island. Focusing solely on personal injury claims since 1983, we have helped thousands of people recover full and fair compensation for losses caused by others. Our lawyers take an aggressive approach, combining experience, skill and knowledge to help you get the results you need and deserve.
We provide a free initial consultation to people who have suffered injury because of pharmacy error. Contact our office or call us at (631) 451-7900 to set up a meeting.
When You Have Been Injured by a Pharmacy Error
We handle all types of claims involving pharmacy error, including:
- Prescribing the wrong medication
- Providing wrong medication
- Incorrect dosage
- Tainted medication
We represent people who have suffered all types of injury from pharmaceutical error, including infection, organ damage or failure, nausea or vomiting, numbness or loss of motor skills, and cognitive impairment and disorientation. We also handle wrongful death claims resulting from pharmacy error.
We handle all personal injury claims, including those involving pharmacy errors, on a contingent fee basis. If there is no financial recovery, there is no fee.
Contact Rosenberg & Gluck
If you have suffered health consequences because of a pharmacy error, contact our office by e-mail or call our Pharmacy Error Injury Attorneys at (631) 451-7900 to set up an appointment. Your initial consultation is free. We will travel to meet with you in your home or the hospital if necessary.