At Chambers & Aholt, LLP, experienced attorneys hold wrongdoers responsible for the harm they have caused others. Your doctor, your pharmacist and any medical provider responsible for delivering medication to you owe you a duty of care and diligence. If you or a loved one has suffered serious harm because of a medication or pharmaceutical error, contact us at Chambers & Aholt, LLP, in Atlanta to schedule a no-obligation consultation.
When you received medical care resulting in administration of any type of drug, you entrusted your health to a doctor, a pharmacist and any other medical provider who was involved. The physician had an obligation to prescribe appropriate medication at the right dosage. He or she should have verified whether you had any drug allergies and otherwise determined that the drug prescribed was right for you. You may be eligible for compensation for a doctor's medical malpractice if he or she failed to adhere to widely accepted professional standards when issuing a prescription and you were seriously harmed as a result.
The pharmacist, likewise, had a responsibility to fill the prescription correctly, give clear instructions on how to take the drug and warn you of potential side effects. If a nurse, medical technician or anesthesiologist was involved in delivery of the medication, that person also shared responsibility to adhere to professional standards designed to protect your well-being.
Chambers & Aholt, LLP, represents people who have suffered harm or lost loved ones because of any type of medication or pharmacy negligence:
In serious cases, you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering and/or loss of companionship if your loved one died. Attorneys at Chambers & Aholt, LLP, are here to listen and advise potential clients as well as people who decide to retain our law firm. We always welcome inquiries and will do our best to recommend the best course of action based on our experience. Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation with a lawyer knowledgeable in the area of medication and pharmacy claims of negligence.
We handle these cases on a contingent fee basis. If there is no recovery no fees are owed.