Medication Errors

In the context of medical malpractice, medication errors usually refer to mistakes made by health care providers. The error usually takes one of two forms: a nurse or doctor giving a patient the wrong medication or administering the incorrect dosage of the right medicine.

Both kinds of mistakes can have serious side effects like gastrointestinal problems, organ damage, brain damage, seizures, coma, or even death.

When A Patient Is Hurt By The Wrong Prescription Or Dosage

If you or a loved one was given the wrong prescription or the wrong dose of medication in Indiana or Illinois, our law firm can help. We have been successful in suing numerous hospitals and health care providers that were negligent in their patient care.

Greene & Schultz is a Bloomington, Indiana, firm with extensive knowledge of personal injury and medical malpractice law. We understand the challenges families go through when an error with medication has made a medical problem worse or more complicated. We understand the frustration that can result when your trust in the medical system is violated. We know how to secure maximum compensation for victims and their families.

Talk To Us About Your Case

Medication errors and the resulting injuries must be proven and demonstrated clearly. Hospitals and their insurance companies will often take careful steps to cover up wrongdoing and negligence when it has occurred — all because they want to save money and save face. You need an experienced, trusted law firm to uncover the truth.

If you are unsure about how to proceed, the best thing to do is to get advice from a knowledgeable lawyer. Contact Greene & Schultz to discuss your case in confidence. Reach out to us online or call 812-558-0198​ — the initial consultation is free, and there are no attorney fees unless we win your case.