The Medical Understanding And Legal Acumen To Take On Pharmacy And Medication Error Cases
Medication is a valuable resource when it comes to controlling a health issue. When prescribed correctly, many medications improve a person’s quality and quantity of life. Sadly, mistakes made by reckless, careless or otherwise negligent health care professionals and pharmacists can have the opposite effect.
If you or a loved one was misdiagnosed or given a drug that caused harm, it’s time to speak with a medical malpractice attorney. Call or email Patrick Flynn, Attorney at Law in Albany to set up a free consultation. Patrick will listen to what happened and let you know if you have a case and how he can help.
Involving Top Experts To Get To The Bottom Of These Cases
With over two decades of Georgia helping injured clients pursue compensation, Patrick Flynn is prepared to take on doctors, pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners and others who have made egregious and preventable medication mistakes. If a loved one was harmed by a drug interaction, wrongly prescribed drug, wrong amount or fatal overdose administered by a health care professional, reach out to Patrick. You deserve to know exactly what happened, why and what to do next.
People in health care make mistakes for a number of reasons. Regardless of whether that reason is carelessness or because they themselves are on drugs or are abusing alcohol, someone needs to step in.
Patrick has a network of medical experts who will examine the evidence and build a solid case on your behalf when fault can be determined. Patrick will seek out a reasonable settlement or take your case to trial if that is in your best interest. Read more about the settlements and trials Patrick has been involved in.
A Free Consultation Is One Way To Get Answers
Patrick offers a 100% free consultation to those who want to understand if they have a case and what to do next. Schedule a meeting with Patrick, call 229-518-4050 or toll free at 800-646-8799. You can also reach the firm via online inquiry form.