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Pharmacy Misfilled Prescription & Mistake Claims

Pharmacy mistakes and misfilled prescriptions can cause devastating problems. From pharmacy technicians that have confused ear cleaner for eye drops to be given to an infant to mistaking one medication for another causing heart problems or death to a consumer, giving a person the wrong amount or type of medication can cause major problems.

If you or a loved one have been the victim of a pharmacy misfill or been mistakenly given incorrect medication that has caused significant harm, feel free to contact Austin Texas Pharmacy Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer or use our contact form.

Pharmacy Mistakes

Many pharmacies are great and well run, but others try to cut costs and have underpaid and under trained pharmacy technicians handle too much in the prescription filling process.  It often will take a pharmacist to recognize dangerous drug interactions or determine if similar medication names have been accidentally confused or switched.  Also it is always good to have a qualified pharmacy with quality control procedures in effect to prevent mistakes in amount of a medication or type of a drug from being mixed up. 

As a medical malpractice and pharmacy malpractice lawyer that has handled medical malpractice and pharmacy malpractice claims, I have worked with other Texas Pharmacy Malpractice Lawyers to seek compensation from negligent pharmacies that have severely injured patients through medication mistakes and careless misfills.

Unfortunately, pharmacy mistakes occur when pharmacists and pharmacy technicians get too busy or are just not paying attention.  If you feel you have been seriously injured by pharmacy mistake or have lost a loved one due to a medication mistake, it is important to investigate the claim and make sure that it does not happen again.

If you need a Texas Pharmacy Mistake Lawyer or an Austin Pharmacy Misfill Lawyer, feel free to contact Austin Attorney, Jason S. Coomer.

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It is well established that many large corporations have profited from selling toxic products or products that cause toxic exposure without regard to the health consequences of the products.  Some of the most well known toxic products are asbestos products and bad drugs.  The asbestos products have been found to cause mesothelioma and several forms of cancer and other asbestos diseases, while dangerous drugs have been linked to death, serious heart problems, drug interactions, and suicide.  Other dangerous products that have been linked to serious disease include silica, chemical pollutants, lead, radon, EMFs, welding rodstoxic mold infestations and other environmental toxins have caused death and serious harm to millions.  In the work environment alone undisclosed and known toxins including asbestos, silica, and welding rods have caused occupational diseases and fatalities including mesothelioma, numerous forms of cancer, and Parkinson's disease.

This web site was created by Texas Toxic Tort Lawyer Jason Coomer and is intended only as general information on some of the most dangerous products and toxic products that have been sold by drug manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, and asbestos manufacturers, or are in use by large companies attempting to profit and make money from the sale of dangerous products that can cause serious toxic exposures.  For more information on a dangerous product or toxic exposure follow the links found above, e-mail  an inquiry to info@toxicexposurelaw.com, or submit an inquiry.

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