Incorrect Drug Label Lawyer
Pharmacists do not simply fill empty jars with pills according to doctors’ instructions. They are also tasked with the important job of making sure we receive accurate information about the medicine we take. This includes general information about a certain drug – possible side effects, whether or not to take it with food, etc. – as well as specific information about an individual’s prescription – the dosage of each pill, how many pills to take at once, and so on.
Some of the most basic information about a drug should be on the label that the pharmacist prints out and attaches to the prescription bottle. When this information is inaccurate, the consequences for the unsuspecting patient can be painful or even deadly. If you or a loved one has been hurt by inaccurate drug information, call the Washington incorrect drug label lawyers at Fuller & Fuller at 800-570-4878.
The Dangers of a Small Mistake
Inaccurate information on a drug’s label can happen in several ways, but is often caused by a careless or distracted pharmacist. When prescription drug labels are incorrect, patients can receive dangerously inaccurate information about:
- Activities and substances that should be avoided while taking the drug
- The dosage they should be taking, or are actually taking
- The type of medication they are taking
This kind of misinformation can lead to severe side effects, accidental overdoses, and other problems. A qualified Washington inaccurate drug label attorney can provide more information about compensation for these preventable injuries.
The Washington mislabeled drug injury lawyers at Fuller & Fuller have been protecting the rights of injured people for decades. Let us put our knowledge and experience to work for you. Contact us at 800-570-4878.