Medication Errors in Charleston, West Virginia
In a day and age when over 40 percent of all Americans take at least one prescription medication and nearly 20 percent take three or more, the issue of defective drugs and deadly prescription errors is a huge concern. Deaths attributed to improper medication prescription and defective drugs have increased by nearly 70 percent in the past five years, and according to federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, deaths resulting from prescription drug poisoning have become the second largest cause of unintentional death in the Unites States.
In the unfortunate event that the negligence of a doctor or a pharmaceutical company causes sickness or death in your family, you may be eligible for financial payment to compensate in some way for pain and suffering, lost wages and medical expenses. Whether a medical professional administered or prescribed medication improperly, or the drugs themselves were defective, you do not need to suffer alone.
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