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Pharmacy Errors in San Francisco

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A pharmacist has the responsibility of dispensing prescription drugs to patients properly and in accordance with the specific prescription written by a doctor. When a pharmacist fails to properly fill a prescription, the results can be catastrophic. A patient may be given the wrong medication or the wrong dose, and this may cause serious side effects. If you were the victim of a pharmacy error in the San Francisco Bay Area and would like to talk to a professional about your legal rights in this matter, an attorney at our law offices can help.

By calling a San Francisco pharmacy error lawyer at Pacific Attorney Group, you can undergo a free consultation to discuss your case and what you have experienced. This may be your opportunity to find out more about what can be done to hold the pharmacist or pharmacy accountable for your injuries and any financial or emotional losses associated with these.

Consequences of a Pharmacy Error

The consequences of a pharmacy error may vary depending on the particular case. These errors actually occur with more frequency than one would think, but in many cases they do not result in serious harm. In other cases, however, a patient may have a violent reaction to a prescription as the result of an allergy or another medication that he or she is already taken. Or, too high a dose of a prescription drug can cause serious side effects. It is in cases like this that it is of the utmost importance to involve an attorney and determine what can be done to seek justice and financial compensation for what you have had to experience and may endure in the future.

Learn more about your case - contact a San Francisco medical malpractice attorney today.

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