When a GP prescribes a certain medication, most people visit a pharmacy to collect that medication, armed with their prescription for the selected tablets or medicine that will hopefully help improve their symptoms. For some people, visiting a pharmacy might be a rare occurrence and for others, they may have more long term requirements for medication, making them a frequent visitor.
On the face of it, dispensing medication at a pharmacy should be relatively straight forward. However, sometimes, mistakes can be made which can end up being rather serious, leading to a range of potential side effects and problems from taking improper medicines. Perhaps worse still, is that a wrong prescription not only means taking medication not intended for you, but that you wont be receiving and taking the medication which was prescribed to help your symptoms. This can mean your condition getting worse, when it should be getting better.
WHAT CAN I CLAIM AGAINST A PHARMACY FOR?
When it comes to making a compensation claim against a pharmacy there are a number of things that you could claim for, including:
- Incorrect mixing of a prescription medication
- Dispensing the wrong prescription
- Administering errors
- Using damaged ingredients within the prescription
- Giving incorrect instructions on the use of prescription medication
AM I ELIGIBLE TO MAKE A CLAIM?
Pharmacists are fully-qualified, trained professionals. They are responsible for providing you with the correct medication. They and the company have a duty to ensure this is done correctly. If you have been left suffering from symptoms either as a result of taking the wrong medication, or not being able to take your correct medication, then you could be entitled to make a claim for medical negligence compensation.
Patient Claim Line is here to advise you on this.
The best thing to do is get in touch with us and we will be able to advise you very quickly whether or not there is a claim. It costs you nothing to find out if you have a case, and all our claims are dealt with by specialist Medical Lawyers, on a strictly no win no fee basis.
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Medical negligence can be related to the following malpractices :
- Cosmetic claims
- Hospital Negligence claim
- Pharmacy claims
- Pragnancy and claim
- Eye injury compensation
- Any surgery negligence
- Performing a wrong site surgery
- Failed surgical procedure
- Incorrect surgical procedure
- Unnecessary surgery
- Delay in surgery
- Failure to remove unintended foreign objects during surgery