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Were You Harmed by a Drug Mistake? We Can Help

Doctors prescribe medication to patients in order to heal and relieve symptoms derived from injury or illness. When a medication error occurs, it can result in further medical treatment and injury, as well as death.

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If you have experienced a medication error and sustained further injury or illness, Regan Zambri Long PLLC stands at the ready.

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We help you pursue the compensation and justice you deserve. Our Washington, DC medical malpractice attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience. We rely on our extensive knowledge of personal injury law to can help navigate you through the intricacies of the legal system.

Regan Zambri Long’s trusted team of medication errors lawyers in Washington, DC is ready to help you plan the best path forward during a free, no-obligation consultation. Get your questions answered and see what you can do about the medication error that caused harm or even the death of a loved one. There is never a fee for our services unless we win you compensation.

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What Are Some Common Causes of Medication Errors?

  • Prescribing a patient the wrong medication
  • Giving a patient the wrong dosage
  • Failing to take a patient’s medical history into account
  • Failing to provide warning about the risks associated with the medication
  • Mixed various types of prescription drugs
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What Damages Can You Claim in Medication Errors Cases?

Medication errors that are caused by a doctor or medical professional’s negligence should be brought to a Washington DC, Virginia, or Maryland court. All damages that the negligence caused can be claimed in your case, and we will help you get the most compensation possible for your losses.

Common damages to claim in medication error cases include:

How Can Our Medical Malpractice Lawyers In Washington, DC Help You?

We can help you pursue the maximum compensation you are entitled to and win justice for the losses you’ve experienced. We will help you prove the medical negligence or carelessness that caused you harm, helping you get on the road to recovery during this difficult time.

Meet with a top medical malpractice lawyer in DC at Regan Zambri Long in a free, no-obligation consultation to get your questions answered about your medication error case. During your consultation, we will review the details of your case and begin building an effective legal strategy to help you get the best possible outcome.

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Frequently Asked Questions In A Medication Error Malpractice Case

If you believe your injury was caused by an error in medication, you may be entitled to compensation. But proving your injury was the result of negligence can be difficult to do without a lawyer by your side. Here are some frequently asked questions around medication error medical malpractice cases.

How Do I Know if My Medication Error is a Medical Malpractice Case?

Not all medication errors amount to medical malpractice, but when they do, you can file a lawsuit. If you are unsure whether a medication error is a medical malpractice case, it’s important to know that all of the following must be proven for malpractice to occur:

Who Can Be Held Liable for Medication Errors?

A: When determining who is at fault for your injury, remember doctors are not the only ones who are responsible for errors in medication. A variety of medical professionals can dole out prescriptions and treatment plans. There are also a few places these errors can occur, from hospitals and urgent care centers to clinics, pharmacies, and more. Those who can be held liable for medication errors include, but are not limited to:

How Can I Prevent Myself or My Family Member From Being a Victim of Medication Errors?

While you may not have the medical background needed to understand the intricacies of medications, there are some tips to avoid injuries from medication errors. The biggest defense you have is knowledge. Ask your healthcare provider questions you have regarding your specific case, including things like:

It’s also important you are honest and thorough with your practitioner about all other medications you are taking, any allergies you have, and any other pertinent information about your health history.

How Do I Know If I Have a Medication Error Medical Malpractice Case?

If you have experienced an injury due to a medication error, you may have a case. You will need help determining who is at fault. Depending on your case, the liable parties could range from the medical practitioner who gave you the medication or prescription to the drug manufacturer who produced and labeled the medication.

An experienced Washington, DC medical malpractice lawyer can walk you through what you will need to prove your specific case involving medication errors. This list generally includes, but is not limited to:

How Long Will It Take to Win My Medical Malpractice Case?

Each case is different, and many factors can impact the timeline it takes for your case to go from filing to settlement. These factors include considerations like jurisdiction, statute of limitations, the details of the medication error, and more. Realistically, due to the level of detail required to prove medical malpractice in these cases, it could take years from start to finish for your case to be resolved. An expert medication error medical malpractice lawyer at Regan Zambri Long will be with you every step of the way, regardless of how long it takes.

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer for My Case?

Even if you feel like your injury was due to a medical practitioner or drug manufacturer’s negligence, you have to prove it in order to win a settlement. That is a process that takes time, care, and a lawyer with decades of legal expertise. Once you provide your lawyer with the basic facts and details of your experience, they will start building your case. This includes any necessary interviews and the research needed to build your case.

Hiring a medical malpractice lawyer at Regan Zambri Long means you don’t just receive the best legal representation – it also means your case will be strengthened by our network of medical experts who can offer their professional opinion on if you or your loved one suffered from faulty medication prescription, dosages, etc. Proving this negligence is the most critical piece to proving you are owed compensation.

When Looking for a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in DC, What Should I Be Looking For?

Medical malpractice cases are already complicated, adding in drug manufacturers as potentially liable parties and you could be against large corporate legal teams. Your best chance at getting the justice and compensation you deserve is to have an expert medication error lawyer by your side. When looking for the right lawyer for your medical malpractice case, make sure your lawyer:

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Have you or your loved one sustained injuries in the Washington DC area or the surrounding counties? Regan Zambri Long PLLC has the best lawyers in the country to analyze your case and answer the questions you may have.

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