Massachusetts Dangerous Drug Interaction Lawyers
The interaction between two drugs can cause severe medical issues. Doctors and pharmacists must verify the drugs they prescribe won’t interact with medications their patient already takes. At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we hold Massachusetts medical professionals accountable for their failures to protect their patients’ health. Doctors, nurses, medical technicians, and pharmacists may all make errors in administering your medication, leading to potentially life-threatening injuries. Our dangerous drug interaction attorneys at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP will work with you to determine liability and pursue damages.
If you or someone you know has suffered due to dangerous drug interactions, you may be eligible for compensation in a medical malpractice case. Contact one of our Massachusetts dangerous drug interaction attorneys today at (617) 426-4488 to set up a free consultation so we can learn more about your case. Our lawyers at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP will work with you and make sure that you have the support that you need through this difficult time. Reaching out for legal help isn’t always easy, but our team is committed to making the process as easy as possible. Call us at (617) 426-4488 to discuss your case with a member of our team today.
Why You Need a Lawyer
Seeking damages for dangerous drug interactions is challenging without the help of an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. The legal system can be exceedingly complex, and a lawyer will have detailed knowledge of how the law operates in Massachusetts. Our attorneys understand what constitutes negligence and malpractice as well as how to investigate and bring your claim to court.
When you are already struggling with injury or illness related to dangerous drug interaction, let a skilled lawyer shoulder the responsibility of managing your claim. Our lawyers can help ease your burden by providing invaluable research, support, and counsel. Our qualified attorneys will work diligently to earn the highest possible result and will increase the chances of receiving fair compensation.
At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we will also make use of our significant resources to support your case. From hiring witnesses to doing research, our staff will lend vital support which most individuals will not otherwise have access to. We’ll take the guesswork out of communication with the court by handling your communication and providing exemplary representation. Our experienced, professional, compassionate attorneys at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP will fight for you, pursuing your drug interaction claim tooth and nail.
Why Choose Crowe & Mulvey, LLP to Handle My Claim?
With over a century’s experience, our firm has the necessary knowledge you need to seek justice and receive damages for your Massachusetts dangerous drug interaction claim. We have recovered more than $500 million for our clients. Our proven track record has led us to win numerous awards and accolades, including being ranked amongst the nation’s best law firms by the U.S. News and World Report. We believe a part of this success can be attributed to the way our firm operates as a team. While most firms assign cases to individual lawyers, we have teams of legal professionals handle our cases. Our team of lawyers, paralegals, law clerks, legal secretaries, and nurses will meet regularly to discuss your situation and the best way forward.
By working together in this way, we give you a leg up that’s difficult to find elsewhere. We also take pride in having several nurses on our staff who lend their invaluable knowledge and experience to our clients. At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our most senior attorneys are always involved in every case, providing our clients with world-class legal counsel. Our skilled legal and medical professionals will thoroughly analyze your situation and investigate how you were harmed. We will work diligently, professionally, and compassionately to determine liability in your case and deliver you fair compensation. We will work on your behalf to hold the medical and insurance industries accountable for their mistakes and seek every cent you deserve.
Our lawyers operate on a contingency basis which means that if we do not recover compensation on your behalf, you won’t owe us anything. We will only receive a payment if and when we recover the resources that your case deserves. Furthermore, we understand the difficulty and financial stress our clients face as we go to trial. To support your claim, we will pay for certain expenses, such as court and expert witness fees as your case process. We will not ask you to reimburse us for these fees unless you receive compensation for your claim.
Drug Interaction Cases We Handle
At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we specialize in personal injury and medical malpractice law. Our focus is to hold the medical industry accountable when they fail to treat the patients under their care adequately. We find it unacceptable that individuals harmed by their medical care providers may be forced to suffer needlessly and pay medical fees caused by care providers’ malpractice. We will tirelessly advocate for our clients to ensure they receive justice and compensation. We will use our skills and years of experience to take on your Massachusetts dangerous interaction between two drugs case.
- Failure to account for patient allergies – We firmly believe medical professionals have a duty to protect their patients from the risks posed by dangerous drug interactions. Many of these harmful interactions occur when drug administers fail to ask their patients what drugs they are already taking. Interactions also occur when medical professionals do not adequately document their patients’ medical history, or fail to consult their medical records. Your pharmacist and doctor should be aware of all medications you are taking, and your pharmacist, in particular, should be diligent in ensuring you are not given drugs which are dangerous when taken together.
- Failure to account for interaction and efficacy – Drug interactions are not just dangerous because they can make you ill. Multiple drugs, when taken together, can both produce their effects, amplify one or each other’s effects, or reduce the impact of drugs. These interactions can cause illness or lessen the effectiveness of one or more drugs, potentially allowing the condition being treated to be unaffected.
- Failure to inform – When medical professionals prescribe medication, they must inform the patient of all possible effects. For example, according to the Food and Drug Administration, taking sleeping medication and allergy drugs at the same time can impede your reaction time and make vehicle or machine operation dangerous. Patients unaware of the drugs’ interactions and their effects may get behind the wheel, increasing the likelihood of a car accident that could harm themselves or others.
When a harmful drug interaction changes your life, numerous parties may be liable. These responsible parties may include the hospital, nurses, doctors, and pharmacists. At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we have nurses on our staff who bring their years of experience in the medical industries to help our clients receive compensation. By working with these medical professionals, our firm has an advantage in determining liability in your case and pursuing your claim.
Frequently Asked Questions
When you’re struggling with a severe injury, we know that you have questions. Read over some commonly asked questions and get in touch with a member of our team at (617) 426-4488 as soon as you’re ready. Our highly skilled and experienced legal professionals will fight to ensure Massachusetts residents are not footing the bill for bills incurred because of someone else’s mistakes.
Is there a time limit for when I can file a malpractice claim?
In general, most claims will be covered by the medical malpractice statute of limitations. In Massachusetts, victims of medical malpractice will most often have three years after the malpractice occurs to file a claim. However, exceptions to this rule do exist, and an experienced lawyer can help you determine if your claim can be filed.
How long will it take to pursue my claim?
Many factors can affect how long it will take to resolve your case. The timeline of your claim is entirely dependent on the specific elements of your case. Some claims take months to resolve, others take much longer. Factors like the defendant’s willingness to settle, your motivation to settle, and other factors can affect the duration of your lawsuit.
Which losses will my compensation cover?
Damages awarded in Massachusetts medical malpractice cases often cover your pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages. It is possible though relatively uncommon for malpractice cases to result in punitive damages.
Contact a Massachusetts Drug Interaction Lawyer today
Our firm is prepared to take on your Massachusetts drug interaction claims and fight for the compensation you deserve. At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we understand the stress and pain our clients face and will provide you with highly skilled and compassionate legal counsel. If you or a loved one has suffered due to the negligence of medical professionals, call us today at (617) 426-4488 to set up a free consultation. We want to help you through this challenging time. Our skilled legal professionals are here to fight to earn your trust and seek justice.