Gloria Seidule – A Stuart, Florida medical malpractice attorney who cares.
Medication errors can be very serious and the results can have long-term or even fatal results. Medical mistakes happen every day despite careful monitoring and strict protocol, but the victims of medication errors in hospitals are not responsible for the damage caused. If you are the victim of a medication error in Stuart, Florida, you need an experienced attorney like Gloria Seidule on your side. She has more than two decades of experience dealing with medication administration mistakes in Florida and she will work tirelessly for you.
The bottle of pills provided to you at the pharmacy could contain the wrong dosage, the wrong pill, or the wrong directions. The medication given to you at the hospital could be an overdose, could be the wrong drug, could be a drug you are allergic to, or could require special monitoring when administered. All of mistakes are potential cases of drug malpractice. If this happens to you, call The Law Office of Gloria Seidule.
Gloria investigates how you received the wrong medication and holds the pharmacy, hospital or doctor responsible for your damages resulting from medication mistakes. Did the doctor hand write the prescription incorrectly? Did the doctor order the wrong drug? Did the pharmacist misread the prescription? Did the pharmacist put the wrong pills in the bottle? Gloria will find out who made the mistake and hold them responsible for your damages.
Insist the doctor print the prescription, not hand write it.
Know the dosage and type of pill and make sure the pharmacist fills the bottle with the correct pill.
Check the label and make sure it states the correct medication and dosage.
Ask questions about every type of IV or pill you receive in the hospital.
Just because the doctor orders it or the nurse hands it to you does not mean it is correct.
Keep a list of your medications and dosages with you.
If you are allergic to any medication, make sure you inform all doctors and nurses.
If you start feeling bad after taking a recently filled prescription, check the pills with a pharmacist or doctor to make sure it is the correct drug.
Keep possession of the pills and bottle if you find out the prescription was filled incorrectly. It will be evidence in your case.
You are not responsible for medication errors in hospitals. If you’ve been the victim of a medication error in Stuart, Florida, get in touch with Gloria as soon as possible so she can begin building your case. She has many years of experience in medication error cases, auto accident cases, medical malpractice cases and more. Call Gloria for a free consultation at 772-287-1220 today or contact her via her website. Your privacy is guaranteed.