Pharmaceutical Malpractice Senior Man Pouring Pills Out Of BottlePharmaceutical negligence, also known as pharmaceutical malpractice, can be attributed to more than 1.5 million Americans’ personal injuries per year, and more than 7,000 deaths per year.

The types of pharmacy mistakes that lead to such injuries are usually caused by the pharmacist filling the wrong prescription, a pharmacist filling a prescription with an incorrect dosage, the pharmacist dispensing someone else’s prescription to a patient, the pharmacist’s failure to counsel the patient regarding drug interactions and complications, and so-called “internet pharmacies” prescribing medications online without valid prescriptions.

If you or a family member has experienced pharmacy malpractice, Thomas Margolis, a licensed lawyer, can advise you regarding the personal injuries you have sustained.